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ITALIAN MOTOR - Issue 03

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Issue Three

COMPRESSOR GUZZI - Super-bad single-lung Guzzi Falcone gets supercharged, and why not?; GETTING A VYRUS - Why would you buy one? 
Tom Stephens opens his heart, and his wallet; CAMMY SETTEBELLO - The word unique is over-used 
but not for this marvellous Morini 175. It's th eonly one to survive; MAX POWER RSV4 -
This Aprilia wins World Superbike, and you can probably ride it to the shops. Alan Cathcart track tests if for IMM; NUVOLARI'S BIANCHI - Italian legend's sky blue race 
machine still cuts it 80 years on; OPINION - 
Industrial design in Italian 
motorcycles. Doesn't always work...; FLORIO MONTI - Ex-works racer for Piaggio, Gilera, 
Perugina is a living history book. Forget modern Motogiro hotel-class events - Florio survived the Nazis, AND the original Milano-Taranto; PROJECT BIKES -
Guzzi and MV shenanigans in the freezing shed - slow slow progress; LAVERDA RGS - It's red, it's a triple, and it's 
swathed in plasticky bodywork. Any good? We ride it, and find out; ART OF SELLING - More beautiful graphic design. 
MV had cash to spare on their PR in the 50s by the looks of things; SHED SOME LIGHT - Stuff in sheds, shacks and basements - does it never end? All shed finds have been personally shot by us!

Feature Italian car: FERRARI TESTA ROSSA 250, a Fabulous Ferrari built from bits. Exhaust sound gives goosebumps;