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2006 MV Agusta SM

They made them and they never even told us

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Its just a husky.?
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Yeah..husq...just labeled wrong :T
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i saw one of these in the shop the other day, the frame had a sticker from the MV factory on it which perked my interest. i think they must have been making the frames for them. looks like a fun bike (never had the chance to get on it though)
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Several years of Huskys were made while owned by Cagiva--Some of the stickers DO say MVA, but only a wanker would think it was an MV moto.
Husky is now owned by BMW for those who don't follow such things.

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Several years of Huskys were made while owned by Cagiva--Some of the stickers DO say MVA, but only a wanker would think it was an MV moto.
Husky is now owned by BMW for those who don't follow such things.
I think I'm going to start using that word..............wanker,wanker, wanker, wanker.

Sorry, I'm bored.
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Yeah, my Husky has an MV Agusta sticker on the steering column (or whatever that part is called). I thought they were made in the same factory, but don't remember where i heard that.


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