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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-15-2007, 08:14 AM Thread Starter
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Old MV

Yesterday in the evening I was walking with some friends in CERVIA near the ROMAGNA'S SEA.
I found this old MV near restaurant.FANTASTIC!
I was waiting the owner for ask if was for sell.nothing.....
Do you know what MV was???(sorry for bad photos,I had my phone only)
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-15-2007, 06:58 PM
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wow. that looks like a seriously old bike.

I have no idea what it is.

But I like the airplane and goggle guy on the front fender....looks like an easy mod.


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Pier-it is great to see such a cool vintage MV on the streets-the bike has so many great deals-love the handlebars-the bike reminds me of my brothers Mondial Champione(1958)-thanks for posting!!
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I love this bike!!!
I think it is old "disco volante" MV!!!!
8.000 euro his price now!
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Pier I will print the Photo out and will compair tonight with my Books. Tell You tomorrow which Bike it exactly is. Buy the Way, 8000 Euro's is a hefty price !
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Pier I will print the Photo out and will compair tonight with my Books. Tell You tomorrow which Bike it exactly is. Buy the Way, 8000 Euro's is a hefty price !
Ciao Ralph,
I dont know the correct price,but my "old" friend saw it on my phone and said his hipotetical price.
Thks Ralph!
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I believe it is a late fifties 125 Turismo Rapido or Rapido Sport. Have great Day Pier !
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I believe it is a late fifties 125 Turismo Rapido or Rapido Sport. Have great Day Pier !
THKS RALPH!!!!
COME TO LAGUNA !!!!!!
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It's the Rapido Sport I believe. My TR is a '55 and looks very similar but with a few important differences like the shape of the exhaust outlet (mine is a shark's fin style) and the large bolt head on top of the fork-neck.
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125tr

Hi there,
I too have a 1955 125TR, bought as a very used machine - every part was passed it's use by date. After a year of hard work restoring , I rode it in this years MotoGiro D'Italia and came 3rd in the 125cc class.
The bike gave no trouble at all, except the narrow seat!

The large steering head nut I believe is the steering damper adjuster.
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