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seruzawa 01-22-2008 01:50 PM

Funny.
 
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Originally Posted by pushrod (Post 177489)
While we're on the subject of things you just gotta have, I looked at (actually "gaped slack-jawed" is more apt) the M/V Agusta F4CC when I went to the IMS in DC. That's CC, as in Claudio Castiglianee-i-ee-i-o.

It was Gorgeous, with a capitol (as in Washington, DC, get it?) "G".

$120,000. Assuming you can find one for sale.

Mighty expensive piece of artwork for the corner of the living room, I'd say.

CC, eh? Well, I always did think that MV Augusta was the Claudia Cardinale of the motorcycle universe. In the running for the most beautiful ever.

Buzglyd 01-22-2008 02:07 PM

Now they just need to come up with a sportbike edition that leans the bike to the left and right to get the chicken strips off the tires.

BrowningBAR 01-22-2008 02:07 PM

Just claim it was furniture for your office and make it one big deduction.

pushrod 01-22-2008 02:09 PM

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So you don't have to go looking...

This is a 2007 model. I can't tell if they;ve made any changes for '08.

By the way, they were supposed to build 100 of the 2007 models.

I'd never take it out of the house! Maybe direct a couple little halogen spots at it. Who cares that it's supposed to make 200HP at the crank!

I wonder what the Gecko would want to cover that bad boy?

seruzawa 01-22-2008 02:14 PM

If you have to ask...
 
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Originally Posted by pushrod (Post 177496)

I wonder what the Gecko would want to cover that bad boy?

... you can't afford it.

Ducati... the bike for those who can't afford an MV .

BrowningBAR 01-22-2008 02:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Buzglyd (Post 177494)
Now they just need to come up with a sportbike edition that leans the bike to the left and right to get the chicken strips off the tires.

Maybe they can combine it with a battery charger.

seruzawa 01-22-2008 02:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Buzglyd (Post 177494)
Now they just need to come up with a sportbike edition that leans the bike to the left and right to get the chicken strips off the tires.

Naw it's too easy to do it by hand. By the way, wasn't that you buying all that 100 grit sandpaper at Home Depot last week?


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