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Brutale Starfighter on Italian Ebay

I was trying to find information on the Starfighter and came across one on ebay in Italy. I pasted the link...hopefully will work. I don't read Italian, but this appears to be a bike for sale and not some delivery spot...although the picture appears to be from the Milan show. Does anyone know about the delivery potential in the US...and the cost. (My dealer wasn't aware of it). The price is Euro's was less than I anticipated...although still pricey.


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I haven't had a chance to ask my dealer about the Starfighter Ti 910R, but based on all the info I have seen, I suspect it is a European only model like the Veltro, ultra expensive and ultra exclusive(only 23 made).

Just a link for the convenience of those who have not seen it before:

http://www.mvagusta-sp.com/starfighteren.html

As in the case of Veltro, I got the impression from the dealer if you really want to have one, you will have to find a different way($$$$$ or wait for another one on ebay) to import the bike since MV Agusta USA is not importing those "Euro only models".

Nice bike...

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Thx for the thoughts. I saw some other pics of the tank and I'm not keen on the star wars motif. Otherwise looks very nice. But would be hard to justify the premium over the 910r...even if I had the $.
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I was trying to find information on the Starfighter and came across one on ebay in Italy. I pasted the link...hopefully will work. I don't read Italian, but this appears to be a bike for sale and not some delivery spot...although the picture appears to be from the Milan show. Does anyone know about the delivery potential in the US...and the cost. (My dealer wasn't aware of it). The price is Euro's was less than I anticipated...although still pricey.


http://cgi.ebay.it/Mv-Agusta-Brutale...QQcmdZViewItem
updated link, as previous price was lower:

http://cgi.ebay.it/Mv-Agusta-Brutale...QQcmdZViewItem

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Hi You all MV Corse Starfighter's lovers,

just to add some information for those who are interested in this particular model.

There are two versions: 1) Starfighter Titanium R (23 units): all sold the second day of its introduction at EICMA (Italian Motorcycle Exhibition held in Milan-Italy last November). You can find 1 or 2 on e-bay because they were probably purchased by Italian Dealers and they want to make some extra margin; 2) Starfighter R (same as above but without Carbon parts and without titanium complete exhausting system): 99 units. I think there are some available but I'm not 100% sure. The issue here is delivery: for the next ones MV Corse is saying "june"...

The Starfighter model, for the Brutale family, is the equivalent of the Veltro model for the F4: 23 units for the "pista" version (racing: without homologation to circulate on "open" road) and 99 units for the "road" version.
It's a very special family of models done after the "matching of duals" done between MV Corse and the 23rd Storm of the Italian Airforce (23... that's the reason of the number of racing versions available...).

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Hi You all MV Corse Starfighter's lovers,

just to add some information for those who are interested in this particular model.

There are two versions: 1) Starfighter Titanium R (23 units): all sold the second day of its introduction at EICMA (Italian Motorcycle Exhibition held in Milan-Italy last November). You can find 1 or 2 on e-bay because they were probably purchased by Italian Dealers and they want to make some extra margin; 2) Starfighter R (same as above but without Carbon parts and without titanium complete exhausting system): 99 units. I think there are some available but I'm not 100% sure. The issue here is delivery: for the next ones MV Corse is saying "june"...

The Starfighter model, for the Brutale family, is the equivalent of the Veltro model for the F4: 23 units for the "pista" version (racing: without homologation to circulate on "open" road) and 99 units for the "road" version.
It's a very special family of models done after the "matching of duals" done between MV Corse and the 23rd Storm of the Italian Airforce (23... that's the reason of the number of racing versions available...).

Ciao
What are normal prices in italy for the startfighter and the ti version?
Belgium SF ti = 30000,- ; NL=34000,-; France 28000,-
Belgium SF R = 22000,- ; NL=25000,-; France 21350,-

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