Post Listing Update: This Nuovo Falcone did not get any interest at the BIN of $6,950 on eBay.
Before Guzzi became famous for their venerable V-Twin, they were known for the flat single found in the Airone/Falcone. The Nuovo Falcone was the imaginatively-named successor to the Falcone, produced between ’69 and ’76.
Updates included a Tonti frame, covered flywheel, and a revised engine. The New Falcon was offered in military and civilian versions – the latter got a speedo and a tach (the military version just had a speedo), a longer fuel tank, and a dual seat. You might not expect it, but the military version is much easier to find nowadays. For more on the “New Falcon”, check out this review from the Telegraph.
This example has 13,813 miles and is offered with a Dutch title as it’s currently located in Peer, Belgium (but the seller will ship to the US for free). It’s said to be in “best running and riding condition and is ready for instant use,” so find this Nuovo Falcone for sale in Peer, Belgium for $6,950 or best offer here on eBay.