Italian manufacturer Moto Guzzi's trademark motorcycles — transverse v-twin engines and shaft-drive — have been enjoying a renaissance in the custom bike scene for several years. The beauty of Moto Guzzi machines is that they don't need much to stand out, as attested to by this 1983 Le Mans Mk3. Found in the north of Italy, custom shop Ruote Fiere brought it home and rescued it from a bad attempt at customization in the 1990s. The work was intensive but comes together perfectly with the Guzzi's lines. The frame was modified to mount the engine from above, and new electronics and ignition were added. A new twin light fairing and a single-piece combination tank and seat make this Guzzi look ready for the track it was named after.