Although best known for their exquisitely built racing and road-going four-cylinder four-strokes, MV Agusta built lightweights throughout its early manufacturing career and also listed small two-strokes and even a scooter.
After the launch of its first production four-stroke – a 175cc, overhead-camshaft, unit construction single – MV followed up in 1954 with the similar Gran Turismo 125. Similar models in other capacities followed, the first 150cc offerings appearing in 1959.
This RS (Rapido Sport) 150 was first registered in Vincenza Italy on the 4th Feb 1960 and having been previously restored by an MV specialist it was imported to the UK in 2017. It remains in excellent condition all round and is in great running order. It is supplied with a copy of the original Italian registration book and its current UK V5 logbook.