1953 MV Agusta 125 TEL T2 Turismo

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1953 MV Agusta 125 TEL T2 Turismo

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  • Engine: 125cc 2-stroke single cylinder
  • Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
  • Year: 1953
  • Frame #: 020396
  • Engine #: 020378
  • Registration: HVS 569
  • Mileage:
  • Exterior Colour: Black / red
  • Interior colour and material: 

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- This rare 2-stroke model of MV Agusta was first registered in England in July 1992.  It is unknown when it arrived here but it is expected to have been around that time.
- Retained by the original UK registering owner in Wellington, Somerset until June 1996 when ownership transferred to someone near Kendall, Cumbria.  It is believed to have remained in their care until I acquired it in late 2016.
- It is believed to have been imported from Italy and on file is an Additional Page of an Italian registration book which shows it was registered in the north-eastern Italian mountain province of Bolzano in July 1963 as BZ-43501.  It was subsequently owned by several people in the  town of Bolzano but it is unknown where in Italy it was first licensed in 1953, however an Italian PRA report could be obtained by a new owner that would reveal the first ten years and later Italian history of the motorcycle, should they wish to know.
- The motorcycle is an older restoration but one that has clearly lasted very well.  The paint on the frame is good with just a few minor marks, the paint on the fuel tank is excellent and was obviously done to a superb standard, and the chrome is corroded in a few places.  The engine ran well and all three gears worked fine during my short ride around where I live.

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