The Moto Guzzi Airtail motorcycle by Death Machines of London is a serious-looking machine, which makes sense because its creators worked very hard in order to bring it to completion. It represents a custom rebuild of a 1981 Lemans MK II, which was stripped down completely before being vapor blasted and carefully inspected.
As for its dash instruments, they were restored completely, and they include a bespoke indicator panel with 1940 Merlin Spitfire aviation warning lights. The engine is a 950cc that has been refit with brand new valves, a lighter balanced crankshaft, and gas flowed cylinder heads made in house. Other important additions include a lightweight R.A.M clutch and flywheel, as well as a pair of 40mm Dellorto carburetors with accelerator pumps.