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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-13-2007, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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Taking Euro Delivery

So I was talking to some co workers about MV's and they asked if I was going to do a Euro Delivery. I had never thought of this and didnt even know if it was possible...

But really is a thought to consider! So any ideas from anyone? Has anyone done this with MV? Has anyone even asked if it is possible? Pick it up from the factory and ride around Europe then take it back home?

Ok feel free to throw your thoughts out there on this.

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I'm pretty sure there has been more than one guy here who has done this be it they have been working OS if my memory serves me....Juan (toves33) I believe is one of them.

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I know that I'm reviving a long dead post, but I have the same question. Does MV support this type of delivery at all? I'm currently in Europe for work and will be until next summer at which time I shall return to the US. I'm in the market for a new MV but in order to bring it home I need to purchase a US spec bike. What would be great is if I could place an order with my local (back home) dealer and take delivery from the factory instead of having it shipped to the states then having to ship it back over here for the rest of my assignment.

Can anyone tell me if this is possible currently?
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While I can't confirm if it's logistically possible I would advise that you ensure in writing that the manufacturers warranty is transferred with the bike upon eventual import to the USA.

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While I can't confirm if it's logistically possible I would advise that you ensure in writing that the manufacturers warranty is transferred with the bike upon eventual import to the USA.

Good luck.
What happened in your case with the Cc you imported?

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