regards from Italy

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manx30m
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regards from Italy

Unread post by manx30m » Thu Jan 23, 2014 11:34 pm

hi to everyone. I am Carlo , motorcycles enthusiast!!!
Since 1984 I manage a repair workshop here in northern Italy, near Ferrara , Bologna and Modena, the motor's golden triangle...
I collect a lot of classic/vintage from 30's to 80's , road, racing and offroad bikes.
More about me at http://www.motoroversi.it" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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DAM
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Re: regards from Italy

Unread post by DAM » Thu Jan 23, 2014 11:56 pm

Welcome Carlo,
Quite a selection of bikes you have there.

manx30m
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Re: regards from Italy

Unread post by manx30m » Fri Jan 24, 2014 12:33 am

Ohh, very difficult to elencate all... however a very large inventory of 1950-1970 italian road bikes from 50cc to 500cc, included rare and strange lightweight (like Berneg and Comet twins, all Ducati mono from Cucciolo to Scrambler 450, Iso, Guzzi, Gilera ,Morini, Benelli, and so on...) some japanese from 70'to 80' ( Kawa gpz turbo,Z1,honda cbx six, Suzy RG 500, Kawa three, etc etc) Some german (DKW, NSU, etc) and only two british ...a civilized WM20 and a nice 1961 Manx Norton 30 M :-) . Complete the collection a lot of motocross bike from 60's to 2000 (italian rare artigianal like PWS or Maer, italian well knowed as SWM ,Villa,Ancillotti , german, spanish, swedish,czecho, austrian....).
No one american at home!!!
I have a massive paper archive too, so I can help someone with italian bike restore problems !

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Re: regards from Italy

Unread post by scotduke » Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:57 pm

Nice part of the world to go riding and I'm glad you've got a locally made Morini in the collection. I get out that way for work some times and know a couple of people with bikes near there (Minerbio) as it happens.

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Re: regards from Italy

Unread post by Willpower » Fri Feb 28, 2014 8:57 am

Hi Carlo,
Hope you enjoy the wide range of topics on the forum.
Mike.

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