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1952 Mv Agusta Sport on 2040-motos

US $33000
YearYear:1952 MileageMileage:0

New York, New York, United States

New York, New York, United States
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MV Agusta Sport description

Great and rare opportunity to own a MV Agusta factory works bike and in incredible condition.

This bike was one of the 71 bikes included in the book, The MV Agusta Collection. In 2012, the famous collector Gary Kohs decided to pass his personal collection of machines along to a new owner. Choosing to sell the machines at auction, The MV Agusta Collection was created to explain in detail each machine available.

www.nationalmcmuseum dot org /book-feature-collezione-mv-agusta/

www.issuu dot com /mecumauction/docs/mv_catalog

"There is no doubt that Italian motorcycle design is among the best in the world, and MV Agusta probably stands above all Italian motorcycle makers. Known for its Grand Prix performance, MV has won 270 Grand Prix motorcycle races, with legendary riders such as Giacomo Agostini, Mike Hailwood, Phil Read, Carlo Ubbiali, Gary Hocking and John Surtees. And the company was formed just after World War II. Gary Kohs is so passionate about the MV Agusta marque that he became dedicated to amassing a broad and deep representation of MVs in his personal collection. Yet, in 2012 he decided to pass the machines as a collection along to a new owner. Choosing to sell the machines at auction, in one lot, this catalog was created to explain in detail each machine available."

Below you will find the details of this bike copied from The MV Agusta Collection.

While MV Agusta built many motorcycles with sporting potential, actual factory-built race bikes were rare machines. When the factory constructed racing machines, they affixed a brass tag to the engine case. In Lusso trim, this 150 SS was equipped with a front telescopic hydraulic ford, and a rear swingarm with hydraulic shock absorbers. The brakes were enlarged from the Sport "E" model; the front grew from 130mm to 180mm, while the tear was enlarged from 130mm to 150mm. The Lusso was fitted with a longer seat cushion, allowing the rider to assume a more sporting stance while on the vehicle. The engine was the same as the Sport "E" in that it generated 9 horsepower at 6500 rpm. Though the bike didn't have an excess of power, it only weighed 92Kg, giving it nimble handling. The model included in this collection was also produced in some different "Race" versions.

Frame# 034978/3
Engine# 201704

Cylinders / Cycle: single / 2 stroke
Displacement: 148 cc
Bore x stroke: 56 x 60 mm
Compression ratio: 7.5:1
Power / rpm: 9.5 HP / 6500
Torque / rpm: NA
Cooling: air
Distribution: flat piston
Carburetor: 30 mm carburetor
Ignition: flywheel-magneto
Lubrication: 5% mixture
Starting: kickstart
Primary drive: gear
Clutch: wet multiple plate clutch
Gearbox: 4 speeds
Final drive: chain

Double cradle tubular and pressed steel frame
Front suspension: telescopic hydraulic fork
Rear suspension: swingarm with hydraulic shocks
Front brake: 180mm drum
Rear brake: 150mm drum
Front tire: 2.50x19"
Rear tire: 2.50x19"
Wheels: spokes
Tank: 14 litres
Length: 1910 mm
Width: 620 mm
Wheelbase: 1270 mm
Weight: 92 Kg

Top speed: 100 Km/h
Consumption: 34 Km/l

This bike is located in downtown Manhattan and a viewing can be scheduled.

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