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1978 Garelli

#1 2011-04-23 8:44pm

Paolo
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1978 Garelli

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1978 Garelli

Italian moped and motorcycle company.

Garelli frame with Akisu fork.  I'm guessing '78 because of the gussets and chain guard tabs.  ...That and I don't have a '78 in my stable. ;-)  I really don't know, nor can find much information about it.  It seems it's just a typical Asian built re-brand, but it's definitely bella ragaza!!


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#2 2011-05-19 9:46am

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Re: 1978 Garelli

Interesting F/F. I'm not familiar with it but it looks historic anyway.

Mike

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#3 2012-01-30 5:00pm

farmerdj96
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Re: 1978 Garelli

i actually have one also i tried awhile back to get info no luck either. my bike has the garelli badge and gussets , chain guard tabs also. some one put gt stickers on it not sure why . still looking to find what way to go on restoring

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#4 2014-03-11 2:50pm

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Re: 1978 Garelli

That would be an awesome frame to build up.


I can't believe the way people mistreat bikes. It also amazes me how many people don't have any bikes and never ride them - poor miserable souls.

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#5 2020-01-23 6:22pm

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Re: 1978 Garelli

I had a garelli in the mid 80s when I was a kid. Found it in a dumpster. Steel bike that would rust over every 30 sec. I would polish it with steel wool every week.. I loved it!

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