1993 MOTO GUZZI 1000S

1993 MOTO GUZZI 1000S



THIS BIKE'S STORY

The 1000s is highly sought after by Guzzi lovers. Made for 3 years in slightly different configurations. This one is set up with BUB pipes, Lucas turn signals and a C.E.V tail light for a much cleaner overall look.


Excellent original paint, some cracking here and there around the side covers.
No re-paint here.

The 1000S first appeared in 1990 and was almost identical to the 750 S3. A hommage to the successful models of the past, but with modern technology. The machine was released at the request of the German importer A & G Motorrad. Of the 1000S, two series were built: the first with the 81 hp engine of the Le Mans III, the second with only 71 hp, as used in the 1000SP III and the California III

The frame is in excellent, original condition along with the wheels. As far as the electrics go everything is in full working order, checked and re-checked during service. Original set up.


1993 MOTO GUZZI 1000S DETAILS

  • 28,112 miles

  • Complete service

  • Bub pipes

  • Lucas turn signals

  • C.E.V tail light

  • Original parts

  • Original paint

  • Original owners manual

  • Correct smaller carbs and airbox


Harder and harder to find as no one wants to let them go the 1000s is one of the first retro modern bikes.


 
 
She’s smooth and fast. There’s no popping. No backfire, perfectly jetted and tuned. She is leaving Moto Borgotaro after all...
 
 

PHOTOS BY: RYAN HANDT

 

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