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1974 Laverda 750 SFC

SALE PENDING TO TX, 4 Original miles! Never Registered, Original MSO,

$89,500

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THE ESSENTIALS

This is a 100% original 1974 Laverda 750 SFC. It has 4 original miles, has never been registered and comes with the factory MSO (manufactures statement of origin). This is not a restoration or a rebuild! This bike has no accident history or any damage whatsoever. The owner notes that the 4 miles account for a quick test ride at the factory, as well as transportation from the factory to dealer to garage.

This 750 SFC is extremely rare and quite possibly the best preserved example in the world. The mechanical and electrical components of this bike work as they should, and the body is excellent condition. The iconic orange (GelCoat, not paint!) has its original factory shine and luster. Included with the bike are all original documents, records, books, and more.

This Laverda has been garage kept its entire life and is part of enthusiast’s private collection. The photos speak to its authenticity and outstanding condition. Take your time as you browse through the photos and appreciate the intricate details, craftsmanship, and museum quality condition of this historic, record breaking motorcycle.

Asking price: $99,900.

For more information, please call, email or text Harry Clark at +1.602.245.7200 or sales@classicpromenade.com

1974 Laverda 750 SFC

$89,500

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER NAME
LOCATION USA
VIEWS 43

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1974 Laverda 750 SFC
1974 Laverda 750 SFC

$89,500

VIN 75017125
BODY STYLE Motorcycle
FUEL Gasoline
MILES 4
GEARBOX Mannual
YEAR 1974
LOCATION Phoenix, AZ
PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 43

Laverda Motorcycles

Interesting Fact: Laverda Motorcycles was founded in 1873 and only went out of business in 2006. This Italian based manufacturer produced high-performance motorcycles that were known to be both robust and innovative. In 2004, the brand was absorbed by another company and quietly closer Laverda. Pietro Laverda originally began an agricultural engines enterprise until his…
Interesting Fact: Laverda Motorcycles was founded in 1873 and only went out of business in 2006. This Italian based manufacturer produced high-performance motorcycles that were known to be both robust and innovative. In 2004, the brand was absorbed by another company and quietly closer Laverda. Pietro Laverda originally began an agricultural engines enterprise until his son Francesco began to work on a small motorcycle. This pastime eventually turned into the real deal when his bike seemed to show serious promise. As success was seen, the company began to grow and started offering sports and powerful motorcycles, such as Ducati. Japanese competition forced the beginning of the end for Laverda Motorcycles with increased efficiency and means of production. Unfortunately, Laverda started to become known for building motorcycles that were new on the surface, but that used older parts. A decline in sales eventually led to the full downfall and stagnation of the company. Despite these flaws, Laverda Motorcycles was a powerful brand whose motorcycles are still popular today!

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