MV Agusta

From 1945 to the present

MV Agusta From 1945 to the present
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Format: Hardback, 360 Pages
ISBN: 9788879116176
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A completely new edition in graphics and updated in content of the MV Agusta story by Mario Colombo and Roberto Patrignani to mark MV's 70th anniversary in 2015, all told in two different sections: in the first part are the human, technical, industrial and sports stories. In the second is the systematic cataloguing of all the MV Agusta road and racing models, including all the versions of the latest F4 and F3. Hundreds of pictures in black and white and color enrich the book, in the creation of which Otto Grizzo has contributed to the most recent part.

The author

Authorative Italian expert in classic motorcycles, Mario Coombo is the author of books such as 'Moto Guzzi. The complete history from 1921',' Moto Guzzi Falcone', 'Moto Guzzi Airone', 'Moto Sertum' and 'Moto MV Agusta'.

Born in Florence in 1935, Roberto Patrihgnani began his career of journalist almost simultaneously with the activity of motorcycle racer. He is the author of the Italian best-seller 'Ti portero a Bray Hill' on the Tourist Trophy. He died in 2008.

Borni in 1948, Otto Girzzi has been working as a journalist for the most imortant Italian motorsport magazines. He is the author of books on Moto Gilera, Moto Parilla, Moto BMW, MV Agusta F4, Ducati and Ducati Monster.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 360 Pages
ISBN: 9788879116176
Size: 10.2 in x 9.8 in x 1 in / 259.08 mm x 248.92 mm x 25.4 mm
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