Laverda 750 SF 1971
Laverda belongs to the mythical motorcycle brands from the 70s that are excellent collector items.
The Laverda 750 SF was produced from late 1968 to 1976 with a total production of 15,817 units.
First presented as a 650 cc (52 examples were produced) it quickly evolved to 750 and became SF in 1970.
SF stands for “super freni”, larger diameter brake drums replaced the previous Grimeca.
Cériani suspensions, electric starter Nippon Denso.
In the summer of 1971, the factory modernized the SF. It evolves aesthetically and technically by equipping it with a new tank, a Nippon-Dense tachometer assembly, and a one-and-a-half seat with backrest.
The tubular trellis frame also benefitted from some modifications.
The Lavera 750 SF is a motorcycle that showed off in competitions in the early 1970s.
Our collaborator Hubert Rigal raced on Laverda SF in 750 races in 1971 and was part of the official Laverda Bregenze team on an SFC 750 at Le Mans for the 1971 Bol d’Or.
The 750 SF that we are presenting to you is an original 1971 model (first road registered in August 1971). Delivered new to France with only three owners from new. The current owner had it restored two years ago.
Engine rebuilt in Italy by the old factory mechanics. Epoxy frame.
New parts come from Laverda Paradise in Germany.
It is fitted with Hagon shock absorbers.
The motorcycle is available and visible in France (Chambery) with a collector’s French registration card.
Serial number: 6233.
Price: 13,500 €
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