I know for certain there are fewer than 64 SPRs in the USA since I've parted out two of them. I've parted out one 2007 Senna. I own two, and I know Ed has one SPR.
There's definitely been attrition. In addition to your scavenging and inevitable accidents and thefts, there are several of various models that have been re-exported elsewhere in the world.I know for certain there are fewer than 64 SPRs in the USA since I've parted out two of them. I've parted out one 2007 Senna. I own two, and I know Ed has one SPR.
Great info. I'd heard that there were fewer than 20 each of the Veltro Pista and Strada, and that the Pista total was 17 rather than the projected 23.Concerning Veltro Strada, the exact production quantity of these bikes is 14 pieces and so I can confirm that the initial number of 99 bikes have not been produced.
Can you ask him to confirm the number of Veltro Pistas produced of the projected 23?This is Mr Paolo Bianchi, the Cagiva Research Center General Manager, who gave me the answer. You can trust him.
Those in the USA were privately imported, not through MV USA. I'd imagine there's some way to find out at the federal level how many have been imported. EPA/DOT would have record of any/all that came through customs.I don't know how many were ship to USA (the bikes were built on demand).
Yes minime. The tambo exsists with dual seat allocated for sultan of brunei. A guy in sydney owns it with a CC both numbered 70 and signed by CC himself in the tank. I have seen it un rwal life i was too buy it but he changed his mind and now has them both in a musuem in his home.Was told originally there was suppose to be only 10 Tambo allocated to be imported into Australia. Due to demand from Dubai at that time, only 5 Tambo was finally allocated and officially imported into Australia.
We know recently that 2 Tambo has been in separate accidents and has been written off and parted.
One Tambo (personal import? Not sure thou) was suppose to be from the Sultan of Brunei. This is the only one out of 300 (apparently, can someone verify this) that has biposto seat.
What about this version ? 2011 MV Agusta F4 1078 RR 312 Edizione Finale,, only 30 made to Japanese market. But i know at least of one that is in France.
I'll figure out where to put them in the list for inclusion. Thanks Ruilosa.Just as a reminder, back in 2010 MV Agusta revealed another special edition F4. This time is was called "Frecce Tricolori" and was limited to only 11 units.
I'm nearly as disappointed FOR you as you are; especially how it happened. I well remember the story.14.....:jsm:.....the bike i almost had, but never will again....:cross: