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I am a new 2002 MV Agusta F4 1+1 (Silver color) owner, and am wondering just how rare these bikes really are (across all the F4s models). I know that there are some F4s that have a special Limited Series Plate on the tank, but from what I'm reading all the F4s are really limited additions to some degree because the company had to stop making them for a while. This just makes these fantastic bikes all the much more valuable. If anyone has the production run numbers for the F4 by, model, year, and country exported to please send it to me. I am particularly interested in the bike model described at top for the U.S.
-- Adam (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 01, 2003
I heard about 200 to 250 are made per year, total.
-- Brett (DocBDH@aol.com), June 01, 2003.
I have asked a simular about a year a go.I dont think any one knows how many F4s were made,i have serched everywere. I have been trying to find out how many F4s there are in the world and the UK.I also hope MV dont make to many as i for one would like to keep them exclusive, well look at Duke numbers.
-- c.richards (email@example.com), June 01, 2003.
Hi The aprox number for the UK is about 600-650 official imports plus whatever parrallels (probably about another 100max) The French importer told me they have had 300 but they sent some of those to the UK (Three cross I believe) The ORO was the fist model available and produced in limited numbers (300) world wide. Most of these were given to the rich and famous (F1 drivers - Phil Read, the king of Spain! etc), most of the others are tucked away in collections and most have never been ridden. One I know of is a seriously trick track day bike. The Senna was also limited to 300 and I think about 30/35 came to the UK officialy plus one private import that I know of. I have no idea on th figures for the US.
All the ORO/Sennas have a numbered disc on the top yolk - where you have a little Italian flag. Hope that helps a bit Mark
-- Mark Magenis (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 06, 2003.