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March 5th, 2018

Designed, developed and inspired by multi-cylinder racing MV Agusta motorcycles that came before it, the 1973 MV Agusta 750 S was the creme de la creme Italian two-wheeled machine of its time. The MV Agusta 750 S was limited only to a few motorcycle aficionados who could actually afford a hand-built machine with such racing pedigree. It was the Italian firm’s desire to bring their customers something unique, something more fitting of their more-than-a-decade long World Championship domination, that performed extraordinarily in comparison to the competition. It was for this reason that the idea came to bore out their then current 600cc block to a 750cc, four cylinder unit that would then be graced by four Dell’Orto carburettors. The result was a shaft-driven, 65-odd bhp, high speed symphony on two wheels which is till now one of the fastest period-correct street going machine… That is also tastefully restored to its former Blue, Red and White former glory. Via Legend Motors

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