The Moto Guzzi California III was the logical sequel to the California's I and II. The third in the line of 'finally good handling heavy V twins' that was once conceived for the American market, now looked really American and, according to fans of the slender Italian line, was ugly. More
The California II retired. The California III was put on the market in July 1987. The machine was more emphatically designed as a Harley beater, with a teardrop-shaped tank and a stepped 'King & Queen' saddle. Kewl!