In 1973, Moto Guzzi released the V-7 Sport. An Italian tribute to the classic café racer look. It was the first motorcycle released without a kick starter. Heading into the millennium, Moto Guzzi was about dead. They came out with a smaller version of their classical transverse V-Twin. One day someone had the bright idea to do a tribute bike to the V-7 Sport. It was an instant success and sales began to climb. The racer had smart wheels, a faux number plate, and chrome tank. Traditional look with modern interior. Denny bought this because he liked the looks. Who can fault that? This is a beautiful original example with the chrome tank option. The suede seat is perfect. 837 miles indicated.