MV Agusta Type 350 B of 1971 carinated. Matching numbers
Some companies know how to make a name for themselves in their field. If Ferrari did it in the car, MV Agusta did it in motorcycling. Born to a year of difference, the two companies have always bet on the competition, producing road vehicles for the sole purpose of sustaining their competitive sports activity. The MV Agusta 350 B is a motorcycle manufactured by the Lombardian firm of Verghera, medium size it had a great acceleration and an ultra sporty look. Technically, the bike is built on a steel tube frame with engine contributing to the structure. Its twin-cylinder 349 cc four-stroke air-cooled is powered by two Dell orto carburetors, our model reaches thirty horses at 7650 rpm with a compression ratio of 9.2. The telescopic front fork and chrome spoke wheels are beautiful. The braking is ensured by two drums of light alloy of 200 mm very effective, the motorcycle weighing only about 150 kg, the 350 B is given for 155 km / h. This machine is a rare 350 B 1971 bearing the No. 21305013 and engine No. 21305017. It is equipped with an optional refit era, the condition of the whole is almost perfect after almost fifty years. The iconic brand was the most famous and glorious in the world in the golden age. A few years later, the firm became bogged down in financial difficulties and had to stop making motorcycles that had gained prestige and celebrity by the overwhelming superiority of the Italian brand in the race. Italian documents since the origin.