1974 Moto Guzzi 750 S


  • Year of manufacture 
  • Motorcycle type 
  • Chassis number 
    VK 12853
  • Lot number 
  • Condition 
    Original condition
  • Colour  
  • Location


French registration
Frame No. VK 12853

- In good original condition
- In the same hands for 23 years
- Iconic model of the brand
- Still very under rated

When the Moto Guzzi V7 was unveiled in 1965 it was a turning point for the bike maker. It was the first motorcycle brand with a front V-twin for the road and this configuration would become characteristic of this constructor. The V7 would experience several changes, including the famous V7 Sport designed by Lino Tonti, and presented in 1971, which had a lower frame and a more powerful engine, one of the first motorcycles in series production to get to 200 km/h. This will be followed by the S version, which had an improved braking system and some mechanical modifications. The V7 Sport 750 S family is one of the most iconic of all Guzzis.
The bike we offer belonged to a precision mechanic based in Auxerre, who had bought it from his brother in 1983. It was in 1991 that our collector, who had a passion for MVs bought it, nevertheless was very impressed with the V7 Sport, and had in his collection a V7 sport in red frame characteristic of the first models. As he was of Italian origin and had close contacts with his homeland, this is where he chose to have the bike completely revised at the Guzzi dealer of Pordenone, in Friuli. Since the bike hardly been used, and odometer shows just 23,250km. It is a beautiful machine with a strong personality, a rare bike that is in very good original condition.

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