Moto Guzzi was founded in 1921 by a pilot and an aircraft mechanic, making aircraft a part of the manufacturer's DNA since its inception. Built as a tribute to co-founder Giovanni Ravelli, the Airforce by Death Machines of London puts a heavy emphasis on Moto Guzzi's aeronautical beginnings. Starting with an early-80s Le Mans Mk II, nearly everything except the frame and forks are custom-built. The sweeping aluminum fairings and bodywork are hand-beaten and reverse brake and shift levers are one-off pieces designed by Death Machines. The low-slung stance and art-deco design make it a fitting monument to Ravelli, who died before the company he helped dream up was formed.