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1973 MV Agusta 350B Sport Elettronica


  • Genuine 'barn door' motorbike
  • Remarkable original condition
  • Excellent example of this iconic style of motorbike
  • Updated 'Elettronica' model

The most

Of the multitude of beautiful café racers that flooded the market in the 60s and 70s, only one could claim a direct connection to the most famous world championship riders in history. And only one had a real Grand Prix racing feel.

So it's the iconic MV Agusta 350B that comes into the picture in this sale. It wasn't the fastest café racer, but for all those reasons, it's one of the most popular today. Buyers could choose from various trim levels, of which the Sport level was the most popular. The 350B Elettronica arrived in 1972 with electronic ignition, but otherwise the superb original package remained unchanged.

Recently discovered by the vendor - this highly original MV Agusta 350B Sport Elettronica is an opportunity to discover the factory charm of these magnificent motorbikes. Showing the slight patina of its age, this is a machine with the charm of unrestored and unmodified examples of this truly iconic motorbike.

History and documents

  • First registered on 7 March 1973
  • Unfortunately, there is no documented history with the bike.
  • Registration document in the name of the seller
  • Purchased by the seller in 2022


  • Very original with slight age patina visible on photographs
  • Complete and unmodified bike with signs of wear to paintwork
  • Some localised signs of use around chromes and fixings
  • Can be kept as is or easily restored
  • The red seat is original and factory fitted
  • Factory red and white colour scheme

The mechanics

  • 349cc, 25bhp MV Agusta engine
  • 4-speed manual gearbox
  • The seller states that it is mechanically in good condition
  • We have no reports of any mechanical or other problems with its operation


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Vehicle specification
  • Year 1973
  • Make MV Agusta
  • Model Sport 350
  • Colour Red
  • Odometer 15,377 Kilometres
  • Engine size 349
Listing Details
  • Seller Type Private
  • Town Secqueville en Bessi…
  • Location International
  • Country France

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