Death Machines Of London doesn’t build motorcycles to cause death. Its owners are just not responsible for the way you and others drive and ride. They just create very beautiful and rideable machine from factory machines having shown some age and tireless. This awesome Moto Guzzi Lemans MK2 was factory born in 1981 and its owner was looking for the right combination of minimalism and functionality.
First, the Guzzi was torn down to bare frame with the tubing “delugged”, smoothed out of its welds then vapor blasted. The 950 cc motor was fully rebuilt, getting in the process in-house gas flowed cylinder heads, a lightened and balanced crankshaft, new valves, and a pair of 40mm Dellorto carbs with accelerator pumps.
The Guzzi was rebuilt from the ground up with an “airtail” rear section, a very clean bodywork and some fine details. The pilot “cockpit” is a beauty with the original instrumentation completely restored, incorporating 1940 Merlin Spitfire aviation warning lights and main switch, all now housed in a one-off dash. Mixing exposed metal and Old English satin white paint in contrast to the glossy red frame with a very discreet hand painted logo, it’s probably one of the cleanest I have ever seen. Death Machines Of London.