The truth is that I have to declare myself top gear follower so I can start writing about this video that I saw this morning. In it they compare, very much in the style of Top Gear, a Moto Guzzi V7 Racer with a Morgan. Yes, a Morgan, one of those tricycles that appeared in England at the beginning of the last century and that uses a motorcycle engine to propel the vehicle. What happens is that the host of this Dutch program does not have Jeremy Clarkson's point of british humor, although he tries. Because in the five and a half minutes that the video lasts, he tells us very clearly the disadvantages of this three-wheeled device.
That it is narrow and the driver is exposed to inclement weather. That the front track width does not allow many virguerias because the wheels bump into the exhausts. In short, it is a very cool vehicle to show off on a boulevard now in summer, but as a car it has few more advantages and quite a few drawbacks. What happens is that the test consists of comparing this three-wheeled Morgan with a Moto Guzzi V7 Racer, which is supposed to be the top of the sports range of the V7 family. A motorcycle with a lot of character and an almost perfect image like the Cafe Racer of the sixties. I am clear about which one I would choose, and I have just been convinced that the Morgan is around 50,000 euros. Come and see this copy of Top Gear to the Dutch with a neat image.
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