1972 | SHOES, GUNS & A BRAND NEW MOTO GUZZI GT 850

Photo editorial published by Ars Sutoria #99 (March 1972) featuring a brand new Moto Guzzi GT 850, Fiorucci clothes and firearms from a milanese shop armory.

1972 | Chimax | Designed by Nick Spiccia | Detail
Vigevano

1972 | Zanin
Padova

1972 | Alfiere | designed by Salvatore Deodato
Cerro Maggiore, Milan

1972 | Alfiere | designed by Salvatore Deodato
Cerro Maggiore, Milan

1972 | Alfiere | designed by Salvatore Deodato
Cerro Maggiore, Milan

1972 | Chimax | Designed by Nick Spiccia
Vigevano

1972 | Lorbac
Castelfranco Di Sotto, Pisa

1972 | Marcus
Vigevano

1972 | Gennaro Pempinello
Naples

1972 | Serena Creations | Shoemaker Florence
Chiaiano, Naples

1972 | Nouvelle Bologna
Bologna

1972 | Tower
Montegranaro, Fermo


WHERE ARE THEY NOW

The shoemakers are ALL gone.

The shop armory moved to Monza.

Moto Guzzi is still going strong but they could use a better marketing dept.

We don't care to mention the bike dealer and not because they now sell Japanese bikes.

Elio Fiorucci (RIP) is doing fine (pushing 80): he can't use his own name anymore and his current brand is called Love Therapy.

On a side note: TheHistorialist endorses the Guzzi Griso


C The Light!
Moto Guzzi Griso 1100

In memory of Moto GP rider # 58
Marco SIC Simoncelli
01-20-1987 | 10-23-2011

 

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