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The new F4 C the sucessor to the F4 CC

So i have t been here in a while guys. But as always posting things interesting

Dont know if this has been posted or if anyone knows. But there will be the last of thenlimited bikes of this new design called the F4 C

Not to replace the CC but as another tibute to Claudio. Only 64 biked will be built and i have number 7

I have only seen a rendering and its nothing short of awesome

No price tag yet but $50k deposit required. Delivery at end of year. Will be at EICMA im sure.

Ill keep you posted. Stay safe.


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I was told the very last of the F4 bikes of current generations will be a special limited edition "CC".

A second edition if you will, the first being the original "CC" on the first generation and this being the second generation.

Then, sometime in the future, there will be an all new 4 cylinder bike.

So congrats on securing one of the limited "CC" final edition F4s. I am sure it will be spectacular.
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Another dream bike I have, and I have not seen pics of it even. If only to have some money.

Congrats on the bike and please post pics and info on it when you get it.
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Congrats on the purchase Sam!

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More congrats. Will be another prized MV.

Not so sure about the build number of 'only' 64. I'm assuming the '64' reflects 64-years of Claudio's life. Some might see that as a bit macabre - just my thoughts though.

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I'm intrigued! The CC is the nicest special edition bike I've ever seen. The best use of carbon fiber & paint, IMO.
So these are big shoes to fill...
Is it going to be with the gen 2 F4? Or maybe something new?
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From what I read a while back. It will be the 2nd gen bike with lots of upgrades.
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More congrats. Will be another prized MV.

Not so sure about the build number of 'only' 64. I'm assuming the '64' reflects 64-years of Claudio's life. Some might see that as a bit macabre - just my thoughts though.
Yes it could be looked tha way but I prefer to look at number 64 as a celebration of a man with a vision that saved MV.
I would love to own number 64 myself but with that price tag it's not my league...damn lottery that keeps failing!
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Yes it could be looked tha way but I prefer to look at number 64 as a celebration of a man with a vision that saved MV.
I would love to own number 64 myself but with that price tag it's not my league...damn lottery that keeps failing!
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After getting Camier bikes....now this.
Why am I not surprised.

Great stuff man!


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