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Another Oro gone

Came across this listing today. Looks like another great bike is gone.

https://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_odk...w=oro&_sacat=0

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Hard to believe it worth more in parts than complete. The only really unique "parts" are the magnesium frame plates and wheels. The rest you can say are typical F4. Really stupid IMHO.
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Maybe opportunity to buy the unique Oro parts (frame, swingarm, wheels, plastics, dash) then buy and strip a standard 750 to "build" a new Oro from the balance of the parts.

If I had spare cash laying around that is what I would do. You can thank me later.

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Lots of MV parts in their store ......
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Hard to believe it worth more in parts than complete. The only really unique "parts" are the magnesium frame plates and wheels. The rest you can say are typical F4. Really stupid IMHO.
The left mirror looks well scraped and we are seeing the bike from the right. I would be lying if I said I wasn't tempted in the Mag and Carbon, partic the air tube intakes, but they are damaged enough cosmetically that I don't know about good repair, also they don't seem to slot together at the very front, do they just push together and stay?

The mag and carbon on that bike would if you could buy them new be worth a very large lump of cash.

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Came across this listing today. Looks like another great bike is gone.
Yeah, same listing as a member posted for the MV tool kit earlier:

https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/193-s...-tool-kit.html

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Just an fyi, a few of the parts are not actual Oro parts.

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Just an fyi, a few of the parts are not actual Oro parts.
I only spotted the Sil pipes and probably the covers on the front brake and clutch reservoirs and rear hugger although it may be MV carbon, what did I miss? ok the seat cover, what else?

F4 750 1+1 2000 model

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nr 175?

engines of oro are not exactly the same as 2000 models, some internals like valves are different

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