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sgcullen's mv agusta corse #1!

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Nice , nice, nice...

The bike looks stunning. I didn't use to like the design but I must say that I think it looks great seeing it in a live shot like this. congrats on the #001 owner too!!

#001/USA? isn't this a 300 unit limited edition? don't they normally put #001/300?

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So, so beautiful.
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Thanks Odonata. I had the same question for my dealer and he wasn't sure. My Italian isn't that good (actually it is non-existant ) but I think it says 001 of 300 on the certificate of authenticity.

I think the rest of the certificate says "congratulations on purchasing such a kick ass Italian motorcycle...what are you reading this stupid certificate for...get out there and ride the thing"...or something like that.

If anyone has any thoughts on the numbering and how many kits were made, that would be much appreciated.

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Whoa, that's a beauty. These bikes just keep getting better!
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Nice ...very,very nice.
I'm wasn't a huge fan of the graphics, but the bike does look awsome in a natural enviroment....much better than the release shots from the factory.

The attention to detail is just so good !!!
Enjoy !!!

Need some action shots
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post #7 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-06-2006, 02:03 AM
 
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Although the Corse is the best Special Parts bike coming out of Varese I have seen so far, I am more impressed with your ability to visualize those beautiful shots within the context of your surrounding.
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Man that bike looks so nice the photos do it much more justice then the factory one's. That place of yours isn't bad either what are the roads like in the area? Man congrats get out there and do some riding
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wow that bike looks awesome......you should email those photos to MV Agusta so they can use those instead of their stock photos.....
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Brilliant! you must be very proud!!

I understood with the Corse the numbering was country specific... that is if the states got 200 the the badge read 1/200 USA and say for Aus it would be etched 123/200 Australia all dependent on that countrys quota
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