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1939 Moto Guzzi Albatros

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1939 Moto Guzzi Albatros

Designed by Giulio Carcano and Carlo Guzzi, the Albatross was the first bike to stop the British domination of the Isle Of Man TT, and this particular example won the Classic TT in 2013.

Considered as the ultimate evolution of the 250cc, this spectacular piece of motorcycling history was previously owned by Edwin Bonguards, and is still used in parades at historic race meetings including Assen Centennial Classics, Varano, Castellet, Monlhéry.

This beautiful Moto Guzzi Albatros runs perfectly and is presently located with our French agent in Provence. POA

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1939 Moto Guzzi Albatros

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