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I have one of those. Less than 20K miles, in great shape. Love that bike but she out grew me. The yclept Joe Caruso conversion - replacing every thing in the timing chest, plus a new and better oil pump - was done 3 years ago. I bought it at 1147 miles in April of 2000. Spin on oil filter - Teo Lamers sump. Asking $15K. Always stored in a warm basement. R3~
Speaking of a Centauro, I lucked out when a close friends' Centauro blew up. We used to ride together. He called me right away, w/the warning, results and the 'cure'. How do you say thank you to someone like that? BTW: My Daytona is original except for the sump and external oil filter. R3~
I love that shop picture.
Yes...Where's my 10mm wrench?!?
My Daytona 1100RS is Centauro according to the Auto License Bureau. I wasn't going to argue the point. This especially when they don't know vehicles. Same thing for the first generation Honda Pilot made by Isuzu.
On the plus side, if they confuse the Daytona RS as a Centauro then the insurance cost is lower. Standard vs sport bike.
yup................ that's amazing.A fellow Guzzi enthusiast of mine has MGS 01 in the same state....... NOT for sale. Ciao
New 93 Daytona in the crate:https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1993-moto-guzzi-daytona-1000-5/
That should end up in the Barber museum.
Hopefully it does not end up in any museum but rather in a rider's hands that will bastardize it however they want and ride the wheels off of it. Motorcycle museum are kind of sad all the bikes were built to be ridden not to sit there like art.
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