2000 MV Agusta 750 F4 Serie Oro — Black and White Garage

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MV Agusta Brutale 750 Oro
MV Agusta Brutale 750 Oro

2000 MV Agusta 750 F4 Serie Oro


Owned from new by the late of the MV Agusta Owners Club of Britain, Mr Alan Elderton, we acquired it for our Black White in November 2010 when it had only 925 miles.

— We sold this very motorcycle through Bonhams at their Retromobile auction at the Grand Palais in Paris on 7th 2013. It was purchased by an enthusiastic motorcycle collector.

— F4 is number 294 of only 300 Serie manufactured by MV Agusta to celebrate the of the MV Agusta brand by Cagiva, and one of 21 official UK supplied motorcycles.

In a letter dated December 1st from the MV Agusta Club GB to Claudio Castiglioni, the President of MV Motor S.p.A. Alan to purchase one of the new MV Agusta 750 F4 Serie Oro A faxed reply from Castiglioni on February 3rd 2000 that F4 Serie Oro production had but he would try and “keep one at his disposal” for

A letter from the MV Agusta UK Three Cross Motorcycles in Dorset, dated February 2000, informed Alan Three Cross had “received an from MV Agusta Motor to supply you with an MV Agusta Oro motorcycle.” Therefore, it must be that as Alan did receive one of the sold 300 motorcycles, someone didn’t receive the one that had ordered.

— Alan the Serie Oro from Three Motorcycles on Sunday March 2000 and it was first registered for use in England on March 25th

— The F4 Serie Oro featured differences over the later production model, the F4S, as a carbon fibre fuel (instead of aluminium), carbon body panels (instead of and magnesium wheels and rear swing arm (instead of aluminium). All of features helped to produced a light motorcycle (only 184 but also made it expensive to resulting in this very machine costing roughly (in the UK) when new.

— sparingly during Alan’s ownership, the majority of the Oro’s were covered in the first and a half, with 780 miles recorded at the second service in 2001. The Oro then remained dormant until May 2008, at time only 831 miles recorded.

— In May 2008 had a request from Giacomo to borrow his F4 Serie Oro to ride the Isle of Man TT Circuit for a television he was working on for the television station TV with another former GP World Champion, Marco June 2008 was to be the last that Alan’s MV Agusta 750 F4 Oro was to be ridden during his ownership, and by other than former MV Works Racer and Moto GP Champion Giacomo Agostini, and Moto GP World Champion Lucchinelli. A pair of very riders on a very special and at a very special place, both of them covering laps of the Isle of Man TT Circuit on the

MV Agusta Brutale 750 Oro
MV Agusta Brutale 750 Oro

— Alan Elderton, member of the MV Agusta Owners of Great Britain and Club since 1998, sadly away in November 2009. A man, a great loss.

— In December 2010, after our purchase of the motorcycle Alan’s widow Kaye, we it to the MV Agusta authorised dealership Italia at the Silverstone racing They carried out a full and check over, removed the system that had been by Three Cross, fitted a new and started the motorcycle for the first since its return from the of Man two years earlier.

— On 26th 2011 Giacomo attended the Race Retro in Warwickshire, and with the assistance of a generous publicity agent, Seed of Poppyseed Media, Mr kindly signed one of the mirror of the F4 that we had removed from the and delivered to Andrea on the previous

— On September 9th 2011 we to Italy for a pre-arranged meeting Marco Lucchinelli at the Adria which is on the coast near in northern Italy. Mr Lucchinelli kindly signed the other casing, and also several that we had obtained since Mr mirror signing of the two racers the F4 around the Isle of Man.

— On the evening of February 4th we attended a pre-arranged meeting Giacomo Agostini at a hotel on Lane in London, where he signed the hand books of the Oro and the photographs of him on the F4 in the Isle of Man.

We only rode the motorcycle on two resulting in the mileage being 955 miles at the time of it leaving us, on September 23rd 2011 to the photographs seen here, and on May 29th 2012 for its last MOT During its time with us it in our showroom in front of our company desk on twin paddock (to conserve its tyres). It had its battery on or around the first of every and was started and taken up to normal temperature (and the brakes every other month.

— Prior to the Bonhams the registration number A14-ORO was from the motorcycle and replaced the age related mark W694-UTF.

MV Agusta Brutale 750 Oro


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