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1999 Moto Guzzi Ca on 2040-motos

US $3,500.00
YearYear:1999 MileageMileage:11 ColorColor: red and cream
Location:

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
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Moto Guzzi CA tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,100 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Moto Guzzi CA description

1999 California 1100, I bought this bike in 2007 and it only had 1200 miles. This Cycle was adult owned and garaged because the previous owner's wife wouldn't let him ride after their baby was born. I'm a 66 year old Oklahoma University football fan, and most of the miles I put on it, was when I rode to away games. It was last rode to the Tennessee game in 2015. It's been rode to Colorado, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas State, Baylor, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech. Also some home games. It's been on a few bike runs locally.  This cycle has always ran perfect, and I've never had any mechanical problems. I honestly hate to sell this beautiful cycle, but due to health and economic conditions, it has to find a good home. The Motorcycle was laid down at slow speed nearly 4 years ago causing some minor cosmetic damages. I got it repaired at the Moto Guzzi dealer in Kansas. There, they put on a new windshield, clutch lever, front fender and new Givi saddle bags. I have always kept the cycle well maintained and had the oil changed at 3,000 miles. Another oil change is due again soon, I'll include a new filter and oil. There is a scratch on both the saddle bag and windshield, since it's been in my overcrowded garage. Current Oklahoma Tag. Delivery possible to some locations. call 405-837-2279 if there is any questions you have. Prior to purchasing my Moto Guzzi, I had owned a Honda Goldwing, and a Yamaha 1100 Special. They don't compare to the feel and performance of the Moto Guzzi. In my honest opinion, definitely one of the greatest bikes made. 

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