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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-24-2008, 06:56 AM Thread Starter
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Buy one of the coolest bikes, ever...

Time to collect you change and give the Aprilia factory a call. They are selling three Aprilia RSW500s...


http://www.combattiva.it/rsw/default...nte=home&lin=2



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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-24-2008, 07:27 AM
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That would be a nice addition to any collection , wish I had the cash . Not to crazy about 2-strokes,to many hard to replace one off parts..
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Holy shit.....Junior you can buy one, but sign the agreement and don't say diddly squat about any technical goodies you find
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When the bikes will be sold, Aprilia will ask the buyer to sign a declaration according to that:

- He excuses Aprilia from any responsibilities regarding the use of the bikes;

- He assures the greatest privacy about any technical components;

- He recognizes the all technical components are the result of the Aprilia study and creativity, and for this reason they belong to the Aprilia intellectual property.


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I'll take one of those please


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tbh I was never really a fan of the roid-raging 250's. I was always a twin crank V4 guy.

And I have a damned good idea about the internal dimensions of that motor already actually, so there's no major secrets there. Wish I had another shot at Lawsons Cagiva tho, I kick myself every day for having let that slip thru my fingers.

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post #6 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-24-2008, 03:59 PM Thread Starter
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Seems like this is an old "add" floating around the internet and the bikes have appraently been sold to one guy who wought all three for a whooping 220 000 USD, each... I donīt blame him if he has the cash...


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tbh I was never really a fan of the roid-raging 250's. I was always a twin crank V4 guy.

And I have a damned good idea about the internal dimensions of that motor already actually, so there's no major secrets there. Wish I had another shot at Lawsons Cagiva tho, I kick myself every day for having let that slip thru my fingers.
You mean this bike?



Still available here: Cagiva 500 GP Works ex Lawson for sale at classic-motorbikes.com

Just as this beauty...



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Isn't that what Mladin ran in GP? The Cagiva?
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Isn't that what Mladin ran in GP? The Cagiva?
Yeah, the last one is a -93 bike similar to what Mladin rode.


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ugh, Mladin on that Cagiva is bad memories.

Ya Gustav, it's 3x the price it was then now tho, and I kinda have another project on the go that'll be faster I hope.

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ugh, Mladin on that Cagiva is bad memories.

Ya Gustav, it's 3x the price it was then now tho, and I kinda have another project on the go that'll be faster I hope.
Rest assured he feels the same. I was going to ask him about it along with a ton of other questions at the last race I talked to him at. But he was in a good mood, so I decided to just leave it that way.
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Admittedly, I was a Rainey fan which makes me a guaranteed Kocinski hater, but I think Kocinski got Pedrosa-esque treatment from Cagiva that year, and Mat got the hind tit. I can remember him coming in for rubber in qualifying and the whole crew standing there looking at him, waiting for John to come in.

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