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Im about to purchase an F4 Agusta. I came across a picture of this one below and was wondering what year and model this one is. Notice the blue frame wheels and exhaust. Is this an option or just an older model. I would really like to purchase one just like that.
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Couple of possibilities-

As for year, this is uncertain.

The silver 1+1 is pretty standard for the F4750 so the range is not very specific to one year. The blue parts can either be 1 of 2 (or more things):
1] Special Parts from MV Agusta. The special parts kit includes a number of things, however, such as new fairings and other things of that liking.

Examples of that are here:
http://gallery.mvagusta.net/view_album.php?set_albumName=f4_special

However, this comes to detail 2:
2] Custom paint to be similar to the style of the Special Parts F4.

It certainly is a beautiful MV, and the year should not particularly affect it by much at all. If you like it, by all means, its an MV, go after it ;)

I'm sure the owner can provide the details in regards to the year and how the blue parts came about?

You can see the mvagusta.net gallery at: http://gallery.mvagusta.net



This one has the blue exhausts, etc etc.

 

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That bike looks exactly like a bike that Casoli Moto did down in Clearwater. i am pretty sure the one they customized was a 750
 

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Try this link: http://mvagusta.com/_vti_g2_0.aspx?rpstry=28_
Go to United States, click on any photo, click current models, then click on bottom row far right photo: F4-SPO1. It appears to be a F4 750, SPO1 Specialty Limited Kit also know as 'VIPER'. Additional info at http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/mv/mv_agusta_f4_sp01.htm The exhaust system was powder coated to match the other blue parts of the bike. I saw two of these for sale recently at: http://www.cycletrader.com/, similar, but not the full kit, one is a F4-750 and the other is a F4-1000. Either way, you can't go wrong - they're MV's. Good Luck.
Tambernie :cool:
 
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