• Year of manufacture 
  • Motorcycle type 
  • Mileage 
    25 368 km / 15 763 mi
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  • Condition 
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  • Location
  • Performance 
    67 PS / 49 kW / 66 BHP
  • Engine size (cc) 


My 1974 MV Agusta 750S, was built by Conte Agusta, in the MV Agusta factory in Cascina Costa, Italy on 6th July 1974 and registered on 24th July 1974.
I Purchased my MV on 8th April 1977.
My MV still has her Original 1974 Italian Number Plate and Registration.

My 1974 MV Agusta 750 S is One of only 214 built from 1973 until 1976, of the Second Series 750 S, with the Carburetor Float under the Carburetor, with Factory Front Disk Brakes.

After the closure by Count Corrado Agusta, MV Agusta around 1977, no other than the 1,124 MV 4C75, Produced between 1972 and 1977 by Conte Agusta at Cascina Costa, were Produced. There Will Be No Other Real Original MV Agustas.
Basically like A Real Enzo Ferrari vs. a FIAT Ferrari.

Invoices for the restoration from 2020 and 2021 totaling over €14,000. The restoration by Giovanni Magni, whose father, Arturo directed MV Agusta’s racing program during its heyday in the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s.

My MV Agusta, has Zero Kilometers, since Restored, and is fitted with new Metzeler tires and a new Bosch OEM type battery (still to be filled with acid and charged).

There is a Walk Around Video.mp4 of my MV.


There also is a Custom Shipping Create, made for Giovanni Magni for my MV.
I have acquired a large create of spares in the 1980s which he will pass on with the bike.

Please note: The vendor is selling the bike “As Is” with No Warranty or Guarantee, Stated or Implied.

The buyer will be responsible for the transfer and transport of the motorcycle, as per INCOTERMS 2020 ExWorks, as well as all costs associated with taxes, duties, etc.

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