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Old 27th March 2011, 19:23   #46
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Pappi Singh is probably the biggest bike collector in India AND has the biggest collection of Nortons maybe in the world.
Pavan ....there were two Moto Guzzi bikes in Hyderabad too. I know of several Falcones and Airones in India. Those distinctive "bacon slicer" flywheels are so unique to these bikes. What kind does your friend have ?
Was any of these Moto Guzzi's red? Because then that WAS in Hyderabad, now in Pune.

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Was any of these Moto Guzzi's red? Because then that WAS in Hyderabad, now in Pune.

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LOL...ALL the Guzzis in Hyderabad were red. Quiet possibly they have travelled from Hyderabad as soemof them were with dealers
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