MV AGUSTA F4 750 ORO — luxury vehicle For Sale






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MV AGUSTA 750 F4 ORO PROTOTYPE
Sub Model: 
ORO
Item Location: 
Pipersville, Pennsylvania, United States
Type: 
750 F4 ORO
Exterior Color: 
Red/Silver
Engine Size: 
750
Warranty: 
Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Vehicle Title: 
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For Sale By: 
Private Seller
Mileage: 
1,600
Year: 
2000










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For Sale is this Rare 2000
MV AGUSTA  F4 750 ORO PRE PRODCTION MODEL ZCGF400AAXV000227 


It is one of 60 imported into the USA by Eraldo
Ferracci, the USA distributor for the MV Agusta, and number 227 of the 300 built  for worldwide distribution. Purchased in July
2000 from Fast By Ferracci, Willow Grove, Pa. and pictured on delivery with Eraldo at Budds Creek Motocross Track back when Elrado's Team Husqvarna raced there. 


Eraldo is pictured setting up the
bike to my specifications. Some of the history and specifications of the F4 750 ORO are below. 1600 miles on this bike since its purchase, and it has always been stored in a
climate-controlled environment. The bike is in perfect condition and comes with all original manuals. I think this bike will be a very good long-term investment and a great bike to have in any collection. 
RECENT BONHAMS AUCTIONS 
THE LAS VEGAS MOTORCYCLE AUCTION 
Jan 26 2017, Lot 218 2003 MV AGUSTA F4 750 SERIES ORO
Frame no. ZCGF400AAXV000293 US$ 50,000 - 75,000
€42,000 - 63,000 THE SPRING STAFFORD SALE
 Apr  23 2017, 
Frame no. ZCGF400AAXV000293,US$ 50,000 - 75,000,€42,000 - 63,000  Lot 249
CRATED AND UNUSED,1998 MV AGUSTA 750CC F4 'SERIE ORO'
Frame no. CGVF400AAXV000008 Engine no. inaccessible
Sold for £36,800 (US$ 48,525) inc. premium     If you have any questions about shipping or details about the bike, please contact me 

Designed by Massimo Tamburini, the legend who brought the Ducati 916 into the world, the F4 featured the traditional red/silver scheme of MV Agusta’s in the past, as well as a distinctive four pipe undertail exhaust. The swingarm and wheels (among other parts) were made from magnesium, then anodized gold to match the “Oro” name. Any part that’s painted on this bike was made with carbon – even the fuel tank and air box. This helps the bike weigh just 396 pounds, which meant that the 124 horsepower, 749cc inline-four was plenty adequate.Pre Production Models were hand built,with Full Carbon Fiber Body Work and Fuel Tank,and Sand Cast Engine Cases, 

At the 1997 EICMA show, Cagiva’s racing division stunned the world with a
prototype motorcycle that would essentially cement the rebirth of one of
Italy’s most storied racing brands. The motorcycle was the MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro. Just 300 models were
built in 1998. Developed in conjunction with Ferrari, the bike was an
engineering masterpiece. Its bodywork, fuel cell, airbox, and all its trim
pieces were made of carbon fiber. Lightweight magnesium was used for the
wheels, frame plates and even the patented swingarm, which allowed the drive
chain to run through the unit rather than around. Of the
300 Serie Oros built in 1999, just 60 would be designated for the US at a price
of $39,995. 

The 748-cc inline four
used “over square” bore and stroke proportions, allowing it to rev to an
astronomical 13,300 rpm — a speed that only 600s could typically reach without
scattering their internals — while making 126 horsepower on the way. Ferrari
engineers were brought in during early phases and had a heavy influence on the
initial designs. One such example is the sixteen radial-array valves; from the
center of the combustion chamber, the valves angle outward, allowing conformity
with the hemispherical shapes of the cylinder head and piston, resulting in
increased airflow. MV Agusta is still the only motorcycle manufacturer to use
this technology. The lucky few who could get their hands on one were rewarded
with one of the most spine-tingling intake howls in the motoring world. 

Then there’s the exhaust
system. Over the past decade, no other exhaust system has been copied more
often than the F4’s quad-tipped, pipe organ underseat mufflers. After dismantling
the exhaust system from MV Agusta's then-CEO Claudio Castiglioni’s personal
Ferrari F40, designer Massimo Tamburini designed the unique
4-into-2-into-1-into-2-into-4 set-up. The exhaust system was more than just
pretty; it gave the F4 a raspy wail typically reserved for four-wheeled
Italians.

The gearbox on the F4 was a cassette-type, like on an F1 car. The entire
transmission was a single unit that could be swapped out for a separate unit
with different gear ratios by simply removing an inspection panel and pulling
out the whole assembly. The front brakes had huge six-piston calipers and it
was the first production motorcycle fitted with a radial master cylinder as
standard equipment.

The chrome-moly trellis
frame was TiG-welded by hand and had concentric steering head races that
allowed for steering angle adjustments in just minutes. The rear suspension
used an unequal length linkage that enabled ride height adjustments independent of the rear shock settings. The
handling has long been the F4's forte and continues to be the centerpoint
today. The steering possesses the elusive perfect compromise between quick
turn-in and excellent front-end feedback, a result of what many would describe
as the ideal setup: 24.5 degrees of rake and 104 mm of trail on a 1398-mm wheelbase. 

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