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