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From M-G to M-V: 2000 MV Agusta 750

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For Sale: 2000 MV Agusta 750

After posting a seemingly endless string of Moto Guzzis, I have decided to make my way further down the alphabet and post something different. From MG I have made it to MV – as in MV Agusta – to post this pretty 750. Pity that folks who own such beautiful motorcycles are so terrible with taking pictures – for these are the only pictures of the bike offered.

From the seller:
I have a mint condition 2000 MV Agusta 750 for sale. It books out just over $7600. I’m open to offers. Don’t have the storage space or time to ride anymore. It has about 9700 miles on it. Tires have lots of tread left, hardly used. Never been down, no scratches. Halogen headlight, kick-ass single swing arm. This bike is my dream bike, sad to see it go but, I’d feel even worse making it sit inside all summer. It comes with a few extras…a stand, helmet, tools, 2011 tabs and license paid for. The rear cowl was after-market, it says 1000 on it because they don’t make a 2-up passenger cowl for this model, had to get it from a different year…fits the same though. This thing is a beauty. I live in St. Paul but, have the bike stored at my parents’ place up in Foley. Like I said, I don’t have any room for it down here in my parking ramp anymore.

Designed by Massimo Tamburini of Ducati 916 fame, the modern MV Agusta is a striking motorcycle in the classic red/silver livery. The info states that this bike has approx 9,700 miles on it, which is not much considering the age. The BIN price is also not bad, at only $7,490, plus the seller is open to offers.

To jump into the wonderful world of MV Agusta (or at least the Cagiva-owned era) and make an offer on this bike, click the link and . Good Luck!

MI

2 Comments

  • That’s on the high side for a high mileage (yes, I said it) 750 with no extras. You can get a nicely equipped 1000 with under 3k miles for $7k these days.

  • Somewhat of an anchor too, 480# wet with a whopping 114 hp @ 12750 and an earthquake causing 53 pound feet of torque @ 10250. But you will probably be the only one on Hwy 410 with one.

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