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post #31 of 148 (permalink) Old 08-27-2005, 02:47 AM
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And WANT these:

MV Agusta F4 and Ducati 748, Italians of course!
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At my age, this cruiser fits the bill quite nicely. Owning a crotch rocket would probably result in my license being torn up on the spot!
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Those MV Agusta motorcycles are gorgeous. If I win the lottery.......
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I'm dreaming, but o well. I've wanted this since it first came out.
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I got a Honda 600RR right now, but am thinking of getting a Ducati 749 for next season. Was going to get the MV, but they don't make the 750 version anymore... 1000 is just too powerful for a noob like me.
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I actually own more bikes than Alfas, here are some of mine...
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My friend just bought a 64 honda dream and it is a sooo much fun! i really want to get a duc monster or a 620 supersport. i cant trust myself iwth a much faster bike. i love going fast way too much

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Think I may get one of these. Duc's are nice, but a bit too common for me.
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Had this 1996 H-D FXDL Lowrider until about 2 years ago when I sold it to get my Alfa. I may soon be back into the two wheel world just for the purpose of commuting to and from work, as my truck is not vary economical. But that's not why I bought it.

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post #40 of 148 (permalink) Old 09-01-2005, 05:39 PM
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Nice ride Mr Gifford !!
If you had to get rid of it, turning it into an ALFA is the best thing I can think of !!!! They both rule and for different, yet, similar reasons !

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I actually own more bikes than Alfas, here are some of mine...
Is that carbon-kevlar bodywork on an RC45?

Oh sweet unobtainium.

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Think I may get one of these. Duc's are nice, but a bit too common for me.
I like that choice, too. Great economical commuter bike that's very uncommon. The bigger brother might be tempting, too.

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OK, I'll pipe up. Here are a couple of my bikes/scoots.
63 GL she'll go 65mph all day long. she's my first bike and a total workhorse

59 Lambretta li125 with a ts1 kit she'll do 75mph

my wifes Green 65 VBB

These are a couple bikes that I built with my buddies a couple of years ago.


67 GTV
67.5 Datsun 1600
71 Jeepster
63 Vespa GL
65 Vespa 150
59 Vespa GS150
54 Vespa Fenderlight
59 Lambretta LI125 TS1-225
56 Bianchi Mendola

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Is that carbon-kevlar bodywork on an RC45?

Oh sweet unobtainium.

Actually it is just a lowley RC30 with Carbon-Kevlar bodywork, funny thing is that it is A LOT cheaper than the stock body work...
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Got my motorcycle license today!!! Im probably gona get a bike when I move out to phoenix in a week. I feel like the motorcycle comoradery is similar to alfas. good people and fun to be around

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