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Make MV Agusta
Model America
Year 1976
Number Of Owners 7
Colour red
Location Australia
Price US$ 60000
Modifications This MV Agusta America comes with an interesting history being once owned by Nic Mason the drummer for Pink Floyd who parked it in his London pad along with a few other classic bikes. It was also reputed to be the fastest MV of it s day by members of the MV Agusta Owners Club of Great Britain. This bike is not standard with a few mods common to the MV America. The bike has the stunning matt black Magni pipes Magni chain drive Magni seat reupholstered in suede and Magni 1/2 fairing as the engine is just too nice to hide. A full fairing with brackets is available. EPM mag wheels. The bike also has Brembo brakes which replaced the poor performing original Scarabs along with braided brake lines and drilled discs. The bike was recently resprayed fairing tank side covers front guard and seat and has the old Marzocchi rear shocks replaced with new Ikons. It is perfect for the bike enthusiast who wishes to add a classic MV Agusta to their collection but it is also a rider having done numerous trips around the Melbourne environs and even a few laps of Phillip Island race track. The bike also featured in Benzina a British publication devoted to Italian bikes.
Engine Number 221 0114
Frame Number 221 0218
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Chrome Condition
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Plastic Condition
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price is 60 000 AUD

MV Agusta America
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MV Agusta America
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MV Agusta America