1975 Laverda SFC Electronica

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Even the “base” SFC 750 is a legendary bike, but near the end of production, it got just a little bit better with the Laverda SFC Electronica. It was named for the incorporation of Bosch electronic ignition, but that wasn’t the extent of the modifications.

Laverda SFC Electronica - Front Right

The Electronica also got a new cylinder head, modified combustion chambers, and an optional high lift cam. A period test yielded a top speed over 135 miles per hour. Just 549 SFCs were built, and the Electronicas were some of the rarest. People with more knowledge than I can quickly identify the bike thanks to a different primary chain cover. For more on this production racer for the street, check out this write-up from Motorcycle Classics.

Laverda SFC Electronica - Top

This specific Laverda SFC Electronica (VIN: 18345) is a numbers matching example that comes with a full history back to the first Italian registration documents and delivery documentation from the factory 40 years ago. It’s also being offered by a seller I’ve featured before – one that likes to set high reserves for the incredibly fantastic motorcycles they sell. Get ready to open that wallet.

Laverda SFC Electronica - Left Side

Find this Laverda SFC Electronica for sale in Alcheda, Italy with bidding up to $28,382 and the reserve not yet met

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