MV Agusta 'Works GP Replica' Mini Bike

Factory Built MV Phil Read/Ago GP Replica Mini Bike

Price: £4,000.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Bishop auckland , Durham, United Kingdom
Model: 500 GP Replica
Type: Mini Bike
Year: 1973
Color: Red/Silver
Engine size: 50
Drive type: Chain


Here we have a RARE OPPORTUNITY to purchase a nice piece motorcycling history.


This is a scaled down Replica of the iconic MV AUGUSTA GP Race Bikes - as ridden by the ledgendary Phil Read &Giacomo Agostini.


These fully working scale replicas were built by the MV Agusta factory in a very limited production run (circa 1972 / 73) as a tribute to the iconic factory GP Race bikes of the late 60's early 70's. They came complete with a 50cc petrol engine (chain drive). tubular steel frame. steel tank. clip-on bars. fiberglass fairing & tail unit and of course that lovely quad exhaust system - and all painted in the famous MV Works Team colours.

This example was purchased from Milan. Italy a few years ago & is 100% complete & all original. the only non-original items being the small fairing mount brackets that attach the fairing to the frame - which look to have be replaced @ some point in its life.

This is the rarer 10” wire spoked wheel model (they also came with 8’’ wheels) - and it would make a worthy addition to any collection - an ideal purchase for any Serious Collector. MV Agusta Enthusiast. Historic Race Bike Enthusiast - or would make a nice centre point feature for any High End Motorcycle Showroom - ect.

These bikes rarely come up for sale. there was one sold @ auction in Las Vegas in 2013. which went for $10. 00. 00 + buyers premium (see link;  http://myclassicmotorcycle. blogspot. co. uk/2013_01_01_archive. html)

This is a true appreciating classic & a solid investment.

Item can be viewed by prior appointment

 Winning bidder to pay ?200. 00 Non-refundable Deposit via PayPal @ end of auction with full balance payable in Cash or Money Transfer prior to Collection / Shipment.

Overseas bidders accepted on this item &I will crate the bike up for shipping - but winning bidder is responsible for collection/delivery/shipping/any import duty (ect) - at their own cost.

Please message me with any further questions & I'll be happy to answer.

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