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Chapter 1 Racing history - How the four-cylinder MV racer evolved from 1950 until 1966. Chapter 2 The 600 - Full description of this rare and unusual model. Chapter 3 The 750 S 1970-73 - Early 750 S with drum brakes. Chapter 4 The 750 GT - Another rare model described in detail. Chapter 5 The 750 S 1974 - The final version of the earlier 750. Chapter 6 The 750 America - An attempt by MV Agusta to resurrect the four and tap into the US market. Chapter 7 The 850 SS Monza - The final factory four. Chapter 8 Magni, Kay and Bold specials - Some of the most beautiful and desirable MV Fours are specials. Chapter 9 Living with an MV Four
Ian Falloon was born in New Zealand in 1952 and studied engineering and music at Victoria University, Wellington. After a career as a symphony orchestra oboist was brought to an end by a motorcycle accident he began writing articles on motorcycles for magazines. His first book, the Ducati Story, was published in 1996 and in now in five editions and has been published in three languages. The success of the Ducati Story led to a series of Ducati books and histories of Honda, Kawasaki, BMW, and Moto Guzzi motorcycles. He has now written 30 books on motorcycles, mostly historical but also restoration guides. With an interest and passion spanning forty years he now concentrates on collecting and restoring older Italian motorcycles, particularly Ducati, MV Agusta, Laverda, and Moto Guzzi. Ian Falloon lives in Australia, and is ably supported in his projects by his wife Miriam and sons Ben and Tim.