It is SOLD!!!
What is it? A complete and all original ONE OWNER 2005 MV Agusta f41000 Tamburini #211/300, and possibly the most cared for motorcycle in the world.
How much is it? $25,000.00 USD, or Best Offer over $25K if I can possibly get two of you two fight for it.
Is the price negotiable? YES! I will accept anything over $25K USD
Would an offer of $20K USD possibly be considered? Nope.
How many miles are on it? Only 6,103 as of this morning.
Condition? 100% bone stock, currently has MV race exhaust and matching MV race EPROM installed. Perfect mechanically, everything works as it should. Nearly perfect cosmetically, looks like it was pulled out of a museum. Fresh oil/filter and brand new battery from recent service. Stock exhaust and stock EPROM included.
WHERE ARE THE PICTURES??? https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/members/2006-twoeleven-albums-mv-augusta-f41000-tamburini-211.html <- 42 more pics, check BOTH pages, these are very recent shots (EXCEPT for the two on top here).
Where is it? Locked in a secured garage in Southern California.
What do you get? EVERYTHING that came with the bike, some of it still unopened, you do not get the shipping crate...Plus, some added goodies I have collected over the years, see pictures linked above.
Has it ever been on a track? Nope.
Has it ever been crashed? Nope.
Has it ever tipped over? Nope, the tires and the bottom of the kickstand are the only parts that have ever touched the ground.
Ridden in the rain? Nope.
Garage kept? Every minute of it's life with the exception of 6,103 total miles.
Can it be test-ridden? YES!!! As soon as your check for $25,000 USD clears into my account, you can test it all you want. All sales are final, but don't worry, you won't want to bring it back.
Registration/Title? Currently licensed and registered in California, registration is current, and the title is clear and in hand.
Why am I selling? I own several motorcycles. I have cared for this bike like my first-born child since new in 2005, never being able to decide if I should ride it every day and wring the life out of it, or drain the fluids and mount it on a pedestal in my living room. It is actually as much a piece of Motorcycle Art as it is an amazing motorcycle to ride, and this has been a grueling choice for me. Time for the next caretaker to take on the burden of that decision.
Questions? Please DM me if your question isn't already answered above. Please do not ask if I will accept a lower offer, I am NOT a motivated seller.
Ready to buy? please DM me.
Thank you for looking!