MV Agusta America 750 Magni for sale, but this is a proper genuine example. This example has great history which has been traced from the day it was supplied new from the MV museum. A first year of production for the America which took over from the iconic 750 Sport. Most of the Magnis today are built up from replica parts which are quite different from the parts Arturo Magni supplied. This was built by the MV importer at the time and retains the original MV Agusta numbers on the new frame. This machine was not modified due to accident damage, which is so often the case, but the owner asked the importer to do the work so the machine is known to be genuine. Arturo Magni was the count of Agusta’s chief mechanic from the first day MV started in 1950, after he was head hunted from Gilera and working on the iconic 500cc four cylinder racer, until they closed the racing department in 1976. You can read more about Arturo Magni in this article here, as his pedigree is outstanding. Magni was responsible for designing and building the 37 world championship motorcycles raced by the likes of Mike Hailwood, Agostini, John Surtees and many, many more. All large capacity MVs came with a power sapping shaft drive to prevent privateer racers from modifying road going machines too easily and competing against factory riders. These hand built road going motorcycles had motors that were all based very closely on a 1957 GP motor with gear driven camshafts. It is so rare to find an investment grade genuine MV Agusta 750 Magni for sale and such examples are being squirrelled away as a prime classic motorcycle investment.
Genuine MV Agusta 750 Magni
This genuine MV Agusta 750 Magni was supplied as a standard MV Agusta 750 America new in April 1976 by the Dutch importer. It later changed hands in the mid 1990s and the new owner wanted the Arturo Magni treatment, but he wanted it undertaken by an officianado. Arturo Magni was getting on a bit by then and was mostly interested in selling his products, so he directed the owner to an importer he had worked with for many decades who knew the machines well to undertake the rebuild. Arturo Magni supplied the frame, hand beaten aluminium petrol tank, rear end and all other components required to complete the task perfectly. The importer did an incredible job of modifying the machine, including a full engine and gearbox rebuild and installing the Magni racing chain drive. So many of these “Magni” bikes are abused old MVs which were too far gone to restore and a bunch of parts were bought from various suppliers and have been cobbled together. This has been done correctly and with the correct parts and not the newer replica parts from various sources which vary quite noticeably from the original old school house of Magni. The new old stock Magni frame improved the handling no end and the aluminium tank kept weight to a minimum. The original frame numbers were legally transferred over to the new frame and the old frame was correctly destroyed so those those numbers won’t appear again on another motorcycle, which is a serious problem if this has not been undertaken correctly.
MV Agusta prices are rising
MV Agusta prices are rising really quite fiercely, as you can read in this article we recently published here, which is increasing demand for genuine Magni motorcycles built around MV Agustas from the 1970s. A genuine Magni is always in demand all over the world and this is an exceptional example with known and proven history. It will come on an age related UK number plate, full due diligence report, a workshop report after going through our rigorous workshop processes, free UK mainland delivery and a one year unlimited mileage warranty. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a stunning investment grade MV Agusta America 750 Magni at a price which will only increase. If you’re interested in this stunning Italian classic motorcycle call The Motorcycle Broker