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Death Machines of London (DMOL) is no stranger to ridiculously gorgeous ride-able pieces of art, but this new Moto Guzzi Airtail might blow their Hunter S. Thompson creation out of the water in terms of overall coolness. Built from a 1981 Moto Guzzi Lemans MK2 that was forensically inspected, restored and/or rebuilt, this bike includes everything from original instrumentation in a bespoke dash with 1940 Merlin Spitfire aviation warning lights and main switch to a frame that was delugged and Airtailed for a minimalist product that hid all electrical components from view. A 950cc engine with lightened crankshaft, in-house gas flowed cylinder heads, new valves, 40mm Dellorto carbs, R.A.M. clutch and flywheel, along with a precision Italian Red gloss and satin Old English white paint job, complete the bike with a level of detail that you won’t find from anyone but DMOL.

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