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Bill Nation (dealer principal at Pro Italia) has been sending us pictures from Bonneville. He and Barry Weiss took the Guzzi dustbin Pro Italia built (fairing by Evan Wilcox) out for some fun. Here are some shots he sent back.









 

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Great pix!

Rob, either choose one of them for your sig, or go back to Casey. I can't handle the manigale pix:abduct:
 

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So far the picture has been described as creepy (by me), disturbing, and I can't handle the picture. There must be more hiding away in the recesses of all the perverted minds around here.
 

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^ Seriously...enough with these Pansygale pics already. :)

The Al body work on that Goose is lovely. :) Is that a Griso 8 valver under it?
 

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^ Seriously...enough with these Pansygale pics already. :)

The Al body work on that Goose is lovely. :) Is that a Griso 8 valver under it?
I know, seriously! Chuck went and changed that lovely brunette to this redhead who I think might actually be a dude :eek: I'm not 100% sure, but I can spot at least to Adam's apples!
 

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Bill Nation (dealer principal at Pro Italia) has been sending us pictures from Bonneville. He and Barry Weiss took the Guzzi dustbin Pro Italia built (fairing by Evan Wilcox) out for some fun. Here are some shots he sent back.

stunning.... I get caught up in life like we all do... but a pic like this reminds me that I also have something on that list of mine... the 'ol bucket list needs tending to...

thanks for posting..
 

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dustbins

That Dustbin Guzzi is amazing, truly.



.... however before any of you get any ideas, dustbins are not allowed to compete on the salt, too dangerous in the wind
 

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New V7 Classic.
^ Though I like that bike, it comes in a chromed out version too IIRC, it seems a waste of some beautiful ferrings to have them on a bike with less than a litre displacement, especially on the flats. :confused:
 

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That Dustbin Guzzi is amazing, truly.


.... however before any of you get any ideas, dustbins are not allowed to compete on the salt, too dangerous in the wind
Really? I thought pretty much anything that made it there could compete, even if they had to make-up a new category for it, I mean there's so many of them, ie "fastest 4 cylinder bike, running on only 3, with a 1/2 ferring, milk crate top box, but no lights and registered in Alabama." But seriously, how many categories are there?

Dust bins too dangerous? What about speedos? :)

 

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Really? What about speedos? :)
Really, well besides the now required safety gear, both feet must remain on the footpegs.



The best rule I've seen is "No Rental Cars", there has to be a great story behind that one.
 
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