Italian for ‘Moose’, the Alce was a Moto Guzzi built for the Italian Army between ’39 and ’45. Featuring a 498cc single cylinder that produced 14 horsepower and a very strong frame, this was a reliable mount that was eventually replaced by the Superalce (ha, Super Moose) and complemented by the Trialce, a three-wheeler. This Alce apparently served in what the seller calls the Libyan Conflict – I assume he’s referring to the North African Campaign.
This example is sold with the original military number plates and Italian documents, as well as UK registration with the requisite tax disc. It’s claimed to be a ‘very good to excellent runner with all items in working order.’ Find it for sale in Ojai, California here at Bator International for $19,500.