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    Quote Originally Posted by apriliarsv1000r View Post
    Well, bought a '13 RSV4 Factory instead.
    YES!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by apriliarsv1000r View Post
    That's what I thought. My highest bid on ebay was $12,000 but it just sold for almost $19,000. Good for the seller coz his reserve was $11,500.
    Bike has been re-listed on eBay:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/MV-Agusta-F4...m=361456103801
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    Quote Originally Posted by apriliarsv1000r View Post
    Well, bought a '13 RSV4 Factory instead.
    Nice choice but the way things happen almost the perfect bike pops up around the corner...

    http://springfield.craigslist.org/mcy/5363583910.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabric8 View Post
    Yes, the owner got in touch with me yesterday. The highest bidder was just playing games.
    If anyone is interested, he is looking to get $18k for the bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sburns2421 View Post
    Nice choice but the way things happen almost the perfect bike pops up around the corner...

    http://springfield.craigslist.org/mcy/5363583910.html
    Just 60 miles from where I live and a great price too. Wish I could afford both. I still haven't picked up my rsv4 from OH. Might stop by and take a look on my way
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    the mv is a beauty, but the aprilia is a much more practical bike, yes it felt strange typing that out

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    Quote Originally Posted by drvacation View Post
    the mv is a beauty, but the aprilia is a much more practical bike, yes it felt strange typing that out
    2 very different and special motorcycles in my opinion. That's why you should have both.
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    ���� Awesome. One of these days, hope to add an MV to my garage.
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    I have a new one with maybe 1 or 3 miles, I can't remember, maybe none haha, was started on my driveway, battery removed, and stored behind my R312.

    The RR is just as valuable as any Senna or Ago, maybe more in time. They are collectable due to the names, and some trinklets, the RR312 was the next most powerful bike ever produced for the road next to the CC, and will never be repeated. Everything else has electronic safety nets built in, and in the U.K. from the 1st of this year all bikes have to meet new regulations, fully from the 1st of next year, so that's it.

    Get both maybe, or just the RR which I doubt is too much for the street. The R before it is an angry but rewarding bike, only more scary in the wet. IMO the best combination is the v twin Factory + F4 R something.

    It's about 1500 to convert to Biposto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabric8 View Post
    2 very different and special motorcycles in my opinion. That's why you should have both.
    It's just the 2 Best Italians brands bike 's

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