If you visit George Barber's stunning museum you will be able to see a yellow Moto Guzzi Daytona, that is how special these are, after all there were only 283 produced in 1993. This bike has a 4 valve head which later became a key part of the MGS-01 and the power it could put out. It was not until the recent crop of Guzzi's that the 4 valve head again became part of the production bikes. If you are intrigued by the Guzzi Daytona then this site is a good reference.
The seller has the following to say about this lovely bike:
This 1993 Moto Guzzi Daytona 1000 is a fine original and unrestored example. The original owner kept the bike at his Arizona home where he spent the winters. Thus the very low miles and superb condition. Recently serviced and tuned, the bike is ready to ride ,show or display in your private museum. The very low production numbers for this bike and it's provenance thanks to "Dr. John" makes it an excellent investment opportunity. Steady appreciation! RIDE YOUR INVESTMENT
GOOGLE 1993-94 Moto Guzzi Daytona 1000 for the history, facts and numbers regarding the linage.
Please ask questions before bidding.
Reserve is fair market value.
Additional pictures upon request.
Transportation and export services available.
Link to eBay Auction can be found here so you can start your bidding!
As for price that can be tough. These bikes though often fetch close to $10k when they come up but finding a recent sale price is difficult and lets face it KBB doesn't work for such a collectable. So if you fancy something that will stand out at your local bike night you should look no further.