1 of 100 – 2006 MV Agusta F4CC

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When a vehicle bears the name of someone involved with the manufacturer, you know it has to be good. Such is the case with the MV Agusta F4CC – named after Claudio Castiglioni, the Managing Director of MV Agusta when this limited run of 100 bikes was released in 2006. MSRP was a solid $120,000 – but don’t worry, cause it also came with a Girard-Perregaux watch.

MV Agusta F4CC - Top Half

Going through the specifications list is an exercise in hyperbole, so I’ll just leave you with the basics: 197 horsepower, 195 mph top speed, bored out to 1,078cc with titanium valves, crank, and piston rods. Castiglioni said he put his name on it “as I originally dreamed of it for myself”. For more on this bike, check out this article on Gizmag.

MV Agusta F4CC - Front Fender

This example (VIN: ZCGAKFPR16V000076) is #76 of the 100 produced, and it has just 565 miles on the odometer. It comes the cover, certificate of authenticity, rear wheel stands (aluminum and red), titanium exhaust/header, Muzzy fan blade upgrade, water pump impeller upgrade, and of course…the matching #76 watch. Stock parts are included and the oil and coolant were changed last month. Find this F4CC for sale in Greenwich, Connecticut with a BIN of $60,000 or best offer