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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-03-2010, 02:07 AM Thread Starter
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Ebay: 1972 MV Agusta 350

Another MV classic on EBay:
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Pretty nice.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-03-2010, 02:25 AM
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What's with the car mirror on the fairing? Rank!!!


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That has the basis of a VERY nice bike.

With the right seat and dash panel (has later 12 volt one fitted), it would be almost spot-on.

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What's with the car mirror on the fairing? Rank!!!
That looks to be one of the Vitaloni mirrors which were fitted to the early 90s Ducati 900ss. I'll bet the MV fairing/supports will have needed beefing up massively to take its weight. And boy, will its length amplify the twin-cylinder vibrations! Much better to have used a bar-end type IMHO.

Agree with Dorian though, it has the basics of a lovely machine.
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That looks to be one of the Vitaloni mirrors which were fitted to the early 90s Ducati 900ss. I'll bet the MV fairing/supports will have needed beefing up massively to take its weight. And boy, will its length amplify the twin-cylinder vibrations! Much better to have used a bar-end type IMHO.

Agree with Dorian though, it has the basics of a lovely machine.
Oh thanks for that - I was wondering what it was.

I thought the same thing when I saw it - lovely basis for a wonderful machine.


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