The Moto Guzzi 850V California - version 750 Ambassador- is the motorcycle which in 1968 won the tender for supply to the Los Angeles Police Department, beating giants such as Harley Davidson and BMW. Moto Guzzi presented the V850 California model to the Cycle and Motorcycle fair in Milan in 1971. This model benefited from all the technological innovation designed by Lino Tonti including the V7 Sport engine (reinforced crankcase, 5 speed gearbox, double drum front brake and adjustable dampers), but with the cubic capacity increased to 844cc. This is a highly detailed replica that uses see-through plastic and authentic engineering components to make the operating parts visible. The 1/6 reproduction is 15" long, more than 9 1/2" high and over 6" wide. Kit contains more than 770 parts (chromed parts, metal springs, nuts and screws, accelerator grip, gear pedal, brake, starter motor, Cardan shaft, pulley and carburetor, battery, air filter, distributor, camshaft and oil filter, wires for brakes, clutch and carburetor and more). After assembly, the modeler can turn the key and from crankshaft to gearbox, from pistons to valves he can see the engine and its components move. Moto Guzzi's accurate detailing makes it a collector's piece. Its functionality offers hobbyists an insight into the mechanical engineering of a classic motorcycle.
Luxury box divided into compartments with special trays for the accessories
More than 770 pieces to be assembled
1/6 Scale Motorcycle