2002 MV Agusta F4 750 Senna

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The MV Agusta F4 was Tamburini’s sequel to the Ducati 916, so it seems appropriate that MV also partnered with the Senna Foundation to create limited production runs of their flagship model, just like Ducati did. It didn’t hurt that Claudio Castiglioni (who was President of Cagiva – parent company to MV Agusta and Ducati) was a friend of Ayrton Senna himself.

The production run was limited to 300, and extras included a higher redline, carbon fiber bodywork pieces, an upgraded suspension, and exclusive paint with red wheels. A portion of proceeds went to the Senna Foundation, which was founded by Ayrton to help Brazilian children stay in school.

This example (VIN: ZCGAGFLJ02V100486) has 3,403 miles and is #218 of 300. The seller states that it was originally sold By Fast by Ferracci and as such it has their bar risers. It also has a tail tidy and aftermarket LED taillights. Thankfully, all stock parts are included, as are the original extras (cover, extra sprockets, upgraded exhaust and matching EPROM chip). The seller says that it “runs and drives excellent.”

Find this F4 Senna for sale in Dover, New Hampshire with an unmet opening bid of $7,000 here on eBay.

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