1938 Moto Guzzi Condor Stradale replica.
The Condor was intended for production racing and a much more sophisticated machine than its working class brethren from Moto Guzzi. It had alloy cylinder head and barrel and magnesium(electron) crankcases along with lighter steel frame componentry,bigger brakes and wheels.
They were only made for 2 years with only 69 units being produced. They were extremely successful before the outbreak of war halted competitive motorcycling. They were good for approxamitely 28 hp and a legitimate 100mph.
Due to their rarity and the nature of their use ,very few original examples exist. Seldom if ever do they become available.
Offered here is a faithful recreation and tribute to one of the most remarkable manufacturers and models in history.
This machine was built with no expense spared by well known Moto Guzzi authority Franco Dall'aglio in Italy.
This is a magnificent machine worthy of any collection or museum.
The bike could not be built for as low as its asking price due to the high level of craftsmanship and use of rare and custom reproduction race parts. An original specimen will cost approxamitely four times the figure.
This motorcycle is gorgeous.
For any and all questions please call Michael Kiernan 314 772 5758.