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Yet more new Brutale special editions

Found on MCN web site. Celebrating 150 of MV unification.
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does mv really think that by putting on a decal kit on a regular bike and calling it a "special" or "limited" editions that people will buy them for a premium all the time?
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does mv really think that by putting on a decal kit on a regular bike and calling it a "special" or "limited" editions that people will buy them for a premium all the time?
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does mv really think that by putting on a decal kit on a regular bike and calling it a "special" or "limited" editions that people will buy them for a premium all the time?
Yes, yes they do.

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does mv really think that by putting on a decal kit on a regular bike and calling it a "special" or "limited" editions that people will buy them for a premium all the time?
Uhm, how many people on this forum own a Starfighter, Hydrogen, etc etc etc?

They do sell.

Granted, the MV Oro and the S and R model Ducatis do have more expensive content, but...
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they havent yet put a price tag on it.

If they like it, they buy it!
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its good marketing even tho its the same bike with diff decals every one feels they have a special bike
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Italy's only been around for 150 years? Sorry for my ignorance, but I thought that Colliseum thingie was quite a bit older than 150 years..........

What was it called 151 years ago?

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Italy's only been around for 150 years? Sorry for my ignorance, but I thought that Colliseum thingie was quite a bit older than 150 years..........

What was it called 151 years ago?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italy

"Through much of its post-Roman history, Italy was fragmented into numerous kingdoms and city-states (such as the Kingdom of Sardinia, the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and the Duchy of Milan), but was unified in 1861,[8]"
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"Through much of its post-Roman history, Italy was fragmented into numerous kingdoms and city-states (such as the Kingdom of Sardinia, the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and the Duchy of Milan), but was unified in 1861,[8]"
Thanks triangles......I read the Wiki stuff, and it appears that the
Republic of Italy began not in 1861, but in 1946......

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