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Aussie Flier – Moto Guzzi V1000 Le Mans III 

Somebody, maybe legendary Australian racer Ted Stolarsky  assembled this shockingly accurate Agostini V1000 replica. Among the most capable open classers available in 1982, Alis Agostini and crew in Italy certainly make an impression, but the rapid V1000 Le Mans wasn’t available to everyone…

Promos / Print

T-Series part II in the current (September 2021) issue of RealClassic magazine. Look in this space for an upcoming announcement from WMM – a very old project moving up the ladder. Magni Honda 16v Bol d’Or – a worthy alternative to the MV Four? Ride a classic? Read RealClassic!

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‘”Marketed correctly as an exotic, the 750S was produced exclusively for the enthusiast desiring a true, namesake MV Agusta four. The same holds true today. Rakish and pinning its rider at the traditional angle, MV’s 750 Sport shares the classic greyhound silhouette of its European contemporaries, yet it is remembered differently. By virtue a feast for the eyes and ears, the MV’s allure isn’t measured by numbers, but ambiance. A bright, shining reminder of a magical period when history was made available to the masses”. Nolan Woodbury, 2018 RealClassic Magazine.

UK based Joe Caruso is a long time Moto Guzzi enthusiast dedicated to improving the vintage twin (and our not-so-vintage 1100 Sport) with modern materials and technology. Through engineering his own parts for Moto Guzzi racers, restorations and special projects, Joe is now offering a select number of these highly developed specialty items. Made to order. Email: joe.caruso@ntlworld.com