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What model classical MV is ?

Hi friends.
You know that in Spain there is more MV forgotten in old houses.
Mv bikes from grandparents that now grandchildren want to restore.
Spanish forum members ask me for the model, anyone can help me with these two models.?
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I guess this are 125cc Avello MV 125 TR or TRL, as said on the tank of the blueish example.
Were'nt they are called Sella in Spain or was the Sella the later 150.
As of my understanding were no vehicles imported to Spain at the time and everything had to be build in Spain.
Hence Ducati, MV Agusta, Moto Guzzi and others being produced under license in Spain.
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I guess this are 125cc Avello MV 125 TR or TRL, as said on the tank of the blueish example.
Were'nt they are called Sella in Spain or was the Sella the later 150.
As of my understanding were no vehicles imported to Spain at the time and everything had to be build in Spain.
Hence Ducati, MV Agusta, Moto Guzzi and others being produced under license in Spain.
Thank's haupti for your help.

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