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Where are all the red 2016 Eldo's?

Discussion in 'Cal 1400 8V' started by highway man, Mar 12, 2018.

  1. highway man

    highway man Just got it firing!

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    Shopping around....black, black and black. Seems red is very hard to find. Always head to the paint shop I suppose.
     
  2. Garwood

    Garwood Tuned and Synch'ed GT Contributor

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    Where are they? One is in my garage! IMG_20180312_090155565.jpg

    But unless you want to be talking to lots of people about it, get a black. No one will notice it when you park it somewhere. The red ones get people's attention. Then they see those cylinders sticking out at odd angles. Then they see the name. And then they start looking for you so they can ask questions and tell you about the one they owned in 1972! But I like it! Garwood
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    Godfrey High Miler GT Famiglia

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    The Harley guy who popped over to look at and ask questions about Racer yesterday when I was downtown would love it!
    The red is a darn pretty motorcycle. :D
     
  4. Robert Gibson

    Robert Gibson Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Site Contributor!

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    Had I been in the market for one, it would have been red for me.
    I don't know how it works over ther but normally dealers can do exchanges within the group.
    Any red Tourers out there?
     
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    roadventure High Miler GT Famiglia

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    LOL! So true. I come across an incredible number of people how USED TO OWN A MOTO GUZZI in their earlier life.
     
  6. highway man

    highway man Just got it firing!

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    Good Day Robert,
    Dealers around me are far and few between. Being that this is a 2016 model, I am sure, even with the distance, they ship between just to move bikes. East coast USA, nothing red I can see. Both colors are nice, but the red captures the Italian I suppose.
     
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    Trout GT Reference

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    The red El Do is my favorite!
     
  8. Glenn Thorpe

    Glenn Thorpe Tuned and Synch'ed

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    I was originally looking for a red Audace or Eldorado. However I found a great price on a black Eldorado with some extras included.

    Over time it has really grown on me and now I'm glad I got black! Eldorado.JPG
     
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    Mr Clifton Just got it firing!

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    I wanted a red bike. I could only find one in California. I flew to Costa Mesa and rode it home 500 miles. The seat was worse the first 50 miles than the last 50. I think the bikes seat broke in or MY seat broke in. The dealer told me there were only 50 red bikes made and not sure how many came to the USA.
     

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