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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-20-2015, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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Is it possible to get a dating ceertificate for a classic MV, if so what is required, and who is able to supply a certificate?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-21-2015, 12:34 AM
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If you expect to get a response then perhaps a 'hi' and a brief introduction of who you are for your first post would be nice. Then some information such as the model and which country you either reside in or the bike is in would help and finally the reason you require the certificate.
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If you expect to get a response then perhaps a 'hi' and a brief introduction of who you are for your first post would be nice. Then some information such as the model and which country you either reside in or the bike is in would help and finally the reason you require the certificate.
Yes you are correct

So I live in Croatia, but from the UK and lived here about 3 years..still trying to get to grips with the language though.
I have just bought a 250 cstl here which only has the very old and very faded original Yugoslav document.
The bike has frame and engine numbers, and I think is 1954, but not 100% cetain...which is one reason that I would like to have a certificate, but also may register in UK at some time, then I think it is esssential.
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Never heard of a 250 CSTL?
Do You have a photo of it which You could post here.
Any way the documents (registration) You have, have to do it.
MV Agusta died in 1978 and the current MV Agusta has little to do with it.
I registered my 350 back in the days with the Italian papers.
It might helps if You have a translation of the current registration.
Might somebody with a similar bike registered in the UK can give You a copy of his registration.
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If you can supply the first three digits of both the frame and engine it may help identify your bike as like Haupti I have never come across a 250 CSTL (although that doesn't mean it doesn't exist)
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I have no idea why i put 250cc, it is of course 175cc

I tried to post picture, but when I try image, it asks for a URL, I can not find the way to browse to and upload an image from computer.

It is possible ??

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Go to advanced and scroll down there is manage attachments.
You click on that, a window will appear with browse buttons.
Click on it and You see how to browse trough Your computer.
Once You selected the photos hit upload.
Presto!
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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-24-2015, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks, I uploaded a photo to the registry. Eagle eyed will notice a few missing parts, and I have my ebay shopping list, but if any member has or knows of the required parts to complete please can you let me know.
Ignition switch, light switch, rear light, speedo cable, battery carrier frame, wiring diagram.
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