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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 07-10-2014, 09:05 AM Thread Starter
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350 Ipotesi

There is one here (Portugal) for sale from 78, how much do you experts think its worth ???

Can anyone see if its original ? Or it has parts that donīt belong there ?

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very cool rui
u hoping to get it?

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very cool rui
u hoping to get it?

Thinking about it yes. Or a Zenith Elite HW rose gold....
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A friend of mine, Gerwin here on the forum too, bought one like this a while ago. I am not so aware of the prices, but this one looks very neat.

What a beast of a motorcycle!
It growls and rages and flies across the tarmac like a wild animal that has escaped the confinement of a cage and after merely waiting restlessly until the release, will not endure being locked up ever again.


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A friend of mine, Gerwin here on the forum too, bought one like this a while ago. I am not so aware of the prices, but this one looks very neat.
Hey Erik, tell me more
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Bonjour ruilosa

She looks like something nice

Except the mufflers and the turn signals. But perhaps that the turn signals are required in your country ...

Here in France, these Ipotesi are negotiated between 5 000 and 8 000 euros (8 000 max)

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Bonne nuit Xavier, merci !!

Thank you.

First thing that caught my eyes was the mufflers, and the back end. Turning signals are required, yes.

Was it not made with them ?

Obrigado, merci.

Rui.

P.s not collectible ? Better deal with the watch ?!
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Hi Rui,

What Xavier said is correct.

Interesting bike, it seems to have the rear brake pedal on the right side? These bikes a right foot reverse shift, so if it is as it seems to be in that photo then someone has done a conversion on it as well. I've never seen one in my time.

It seems to have the orginal Scarab brakes on it but I can't see the left bike.

Collectable? I sure hope so as I have 3 of them - lol But seriously, if we knew the answer to that we'd all be millionaires.

I think with these type of bikes, you buy them because you like/want them - then you enjoy, IF you make some money along the way that's a bonus and that way you never lose

Hope this helps but if you have specific questions feel free to ask as I am only too happy to help you my friend.

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You can find what I think is either the prototype or the early version of the Ipotesi at:

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=105025

Your bike also has drilled discs which are probably after market. Indicators were required in the US in 1975 along with right side braking so many manufacturers modified/designed their bikes to suit the US market. For indicators, especially in 1975, it was often the importers or local dealers who retro fitted them to meet local requirements which is why there may be different styles for different countries.
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