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Moto Guzzi - California 3 1990

Really nice California 3, sort after carburetor type, in standard specification and in very good condition.

Model: California 3


Year: May 1990 (G reg.)



-  Standard California 3 (950cc) specification

-  Low mileage (33k)

-  No mechanical issues, actually rides better that they normally do!

-  Busso silencers

-  NBS service and set-up



-          Standard  specification

-          O/E screen (some marks, but nothing serious)

-          O/E crash bars

-          O/E detachable Givi Monokey panniers

-          Koni dial-a-ride rear shocks

-          Recent Continental GO tyres



  • Excellent black/anthracite paint work (o/e Guzzi California 3 colour, but rare, most people bought the LAPD type two tone colours at the time)

  •  Frame paint: ok

  •  Wheels: excellent

  •   Polished Alloy: good

  •    General Alloy: good

  •    Chrome: excellent

  •    Some small marks on the O/E screen

  •    No corroded nuts & bolts


- Recent battery

- Just serviced by NBS and setup

- Only 3 previous owners

- MOT to March 2018

In summary: attractive, genuine, standard California carb., rides really really well and is mechanically perfect. Great bike ready to be used, in very good condition.

Guide price: 3,195 with six months warranty.

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International shipping a specialty.




Moto Guzzi Daytona - Raceco


Replica of the famous all conquering Raceco Daytona that was raced in BEARS/BOTT in the 1990s. This bike was raced in standard Daytona RS spec by Gyles Fairclough in Thunderbikes, and completely rebuilt to her current high specification by Bruce Rawsthorne in 2012; with assistance from Amadeo Castellani of Raceco fame. Most recently owned by the proprietor of the UK's #1 Moto Guzzi spares operator.


The frame has had the same modifications as the original Raceco bike, resulting in a shorter wheelbase and sharper steering angle than stock, with a repositioned rear shock for increased ground clearance. The torque arm front mounting has also been modified to allow the rear shock absorber to work correctly. Front forks are upside down WP with K Tech springs. Rear shock is also WP with a custom spring. Custom front and rear subframes have been made by an ex-Arrows F1 welder, and bodywork made from the same moulds as the original Raceco bike. Wet weight is just under 200kg. Wheels are lightweight Dymags, with the rear being the very rare wider version that accepts a 180 section rear tyre. Brakes are awesome courtesy of a Brembo RCS radial master cylinder with racing front discs. Engine capacity has been increased to 1225cc, with titanium con rods, fast C cams, big valves and flowed heads- basically the same spec as an MGS-01 motor; but built by British race engineers. Motor was carefully run in for the first 500 miles on the road, and has since done three Classic Bike track days trouble free. Fuelling is taken care of by a Jeffries programmable ECU with a custom map, variable fuel pressure valve and LC1 O2 sensor. 


The end result of all these modifications is a superb machine that goes, steers and stops like no other Guzzi on the planet. The air-cooled V twin with 125bhp at the wheel is a big thug of an engine and is an absolute joy to ride, with a fantastic sound track to match. The bike id UK road registered with a V5/c (currently on SORN) and is currently in road trim with lights and number plate fitted; these can be removed within 15 mins. or so if you want to take her on track.


Detailed specification:


-1225 cc Daytona RS motor with less than 1000 miles, built by Bruce Rawsthorne with engineering work by Amadeo at Raceco. C cams, big valves, one off titanium rods, flowed heads, balanced by Basset Down. Motor has been serviced twice by Bruce since being built. 

-DAES oil pump (essential on these motors)

-Frame modified to same spec as Tigcraft Raceco Daytona as raced by Paul Lewis in the 1990s in BEARS / Battle Of The Twins i.e. shorter wheelbase, sharper steering angle, remounted rear shock and reaction rod.

-Custom made rear subframe, and fairing subframe by Uncle Fester (ex- Arrow F1 welder).

-Cliff Jeffries Programmable ECU with custom map.

-Variable fuel pressure valve

-LC1 02 Sensor 

-WP 43mm upside down forks with K tech springs 

-WP rear shock with custom spring

-Dymag wheels (the ultra rare versions that allow 180 section rear)

-Brembo RCS 19 Radial Front Master Cylinder

-Brembo Racing floating front discs

-Tail unit and fairing from same moulds as Paul Lewis's Raceco bike

-Twin projector headlights with easily removable mountings

-LED tail light / number plate hanger with easily removable mountings

-Sprint dark screen

-Carbon Fibre Front Mudguard.

-Mistral carbon silencers

-Mistral exhaust crossover

-Edge Rearsets

In summary: this a unique opportunity for the collector or Moto Guzzi connoisseur to own a slice of Guzzi history. This will be an appreciating asset and must be the ultimate road/track sporting Moto Guzzi of the last twenty years.

Asking price: 13,995 with full technical support. REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE !

International shipping a specialty.

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