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MV Agusta 350 Sport Ipotesi 1975
Some companies were able to forge a name for themselves in their field. If Ferrari did it in the car industry, MV Agusta succeeded in doing it in motorcycling. Born a year apart, the two companies have always relied on competition, producing road vehicles with the sole aim of keeping their sporting activity alive.
The Varese firm was the favourite brand of the famous pilot Giacomo Agostini, who culminated the competition on his handlebar in the 1970s.
The Hypothesis was presented at the Milan Motorcycle Show in 1973, designated by the famous Giorgio Giugiaro, and went into production in 1975. The two-cylinder air-cooled engine operated with overhead valves with overhead valves and pushrods, rockers, an oil pan and two Dell’Orto carburettors. A three-disc brake system was an unusual feature for a 34hp road machine that could reach speeds of 170 kilometers per hour. In a beautiful state of presentation this machine 21601478 has French homologation papers.