Presented for the first time at the Milan Motor Show on September 16 1997, the commercial version has been released from the Varese factories in April 1999.
It was immediately admired by journalists who’s seen the return of MV Agusta and a symbol of Italian technological and aesthetic know-how.
The famous Italian designer Tamburini, as well as the engineers Parenti and Goggi, were in charge of developing this fabulous machine.
Equipped with a swinging single arm, the frame is a tubular lattice.
The braking system comes from Nissin and consists, in the front, of two 310 mm discs with six-piston calipers, and in the rear of a 210 mm disc with four-piston caliper.
Magnesium five-spoke wheels and Showa fork.
The side plates, swingarm and lower triple end are also from magnesium. The crankcases are molded in sand.
The 749.4 cc four-stroke, four-cylinder engine with overhead cam has four valves per cylinder and is developing 126 hp at 12,500 rpm with a torque of 7,5 Nm at 10,500 rpm.
Six-speed cassette box.
This model was sold in 1999 in a limited series numbered from 1 to 300.
Agostini Giacomo has # 10.
In 1999, the sale price was 250,000 French Francs with is nearly 48,000 €.
The MV F4 “Oro” that we present here is #116/300.
Since 18 years, it has only run 1,600 km.
Available in the south of France with French circulation documents, it will come with the double of the keys, the workshop crutch, the user manual and the the original tool kit.
This bike has already been sold.
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