Roundcase bevels - Mild to Wild!

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John B
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Roundcase bevels - Mild to Wild!

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1974 750 GT
Complete restoration for previous owner by Mike Duzick. I was lucky to get this one!

1974 750 Sport
Just back from an engine and geatbox rebuild, also by Mike Duzick

1974 750SS Greenframe
Ex race bike from Italy. Restored, but maintains many of it's period race modifications. Imola cams, twin plugs, milled and lightened cases, Lockheed brakes, oil cooler, Veglia race tach, rear sets, wider rear rim, drilled and
lightened everywhere. Fitted with an aluminum tank for
street riding with ethanol pump gas, the proper fiberglass tank is stored in m basement. This one's FAAST!

These all get ridden hard and put away wet!

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Post by BevHevSteve »

Nice bikes - thanks for sharing.
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Post by TDF »

The trifecta.........and from my birth year none the less........very impressive.

1966 Ducati 350 Sebring
1965 Ducati Bronco 125
1958 MDS Super Dart
2000 Moto Guzzi V11 Sport
2002 MV Agusta F4 750
Plus a whole herd of non-Italian motorcycles.

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Post by Vince »

Love the fact they get ridden,thats what there for,love to see them on the right roads

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