2002 MV Agusta F4 750 Senna Edition on Craigslist (bay area, CA) - MVAgusta.net
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2002 MV Agusta F4 750 Senna Edition on Craigslist (bay area, CA)

2002 MV Agusta F4 750 Senna Edition, #175 of 300, very rare, and limited offering in 2002. 1608 miles, CA titled/registered, lots of exotic carbon fiber, all OEM accesories included, perfect, showroom condition. located in Escondido CA 92025 760-746-6001 Tim. No trades, shipping to the 48 States. genuine interests only, please.

$22000

http://www.craigslist.org/sfc/mcy/173697175.html

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What a beautiful piece of machinery

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buy that up admin

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I think with that cash, I'd go for the 1000R!
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$22,000 is pretty steep for a 02 Senna 750, however I wouldn't be so sure that the 1000R is going to be only $23,995 like the Roadracing World magazine says.

Just think, the standard 06 F4 1000 is already in the 22ks, the R has higher out put engine, radial front & new forks, Brembo Superlight wheels...

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I may be biased, but I think that the 02 Senna is better looking than the 07 anybody with me? I know that the performance is probably much better on the 1000, but I am just talking looks here...I am a poser anyway....
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I may be biased, but I think that the 02 Senna is better looking than the 07 anybody with me? I know that the performance is probably much better on the 1000, but I am just talking looks here...I am a poser anyway....
I have a Senna 1000 coming in 5 weeks, and I used to agree with you, but after seeing the pictures of the 750/1000 sennas side by side few weeks ago, and seeing the 1000 in person yesterday I feel it is a flattering progression of the 750 Senna.

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I don't prefer the large graphics on the new bikes so I too prefer the previous Senna. I also think the red centred rim is better.

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I think the red rims scheme is a very bold one compared to the new alum. colored Marchesinis, but I think painting the whole inner "star" of the wheel red muted the "details" of the beautiful star design, Marchesini is all business, I rather like it being showcased...

The new scheme is certainly a "tour de force"...

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I don't prefer the large graphics on the new bikes so I too prefer the previous Senna. I also think the red centred rim is better.
I have seen the 1000 at Munroe Motors in SF yesterday and own the 750 (009/300). Performance aside and fully appreciating that beauty is always in the eye of the beholder (and/or owner), the 750 is by far aesthetically more attractive.
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What ever happened to the senna with the "oro" magnesium parts? Did that guy ever sell it?
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