Of course, older F4s went on to attain a lofty collectible aura over the years and are well on their way toward becoming future classics. With that being said, let’s have a gander at a stunning, bone-stock F4 750 S from the year 2000 – photos of which can be seen right above these paragraphs. The Agusta bears fresh air filtration hardware, as well as a replacement fuel pump, youthful coolant, and a new battery.
Most importantly, the digital odo occupying its cockpit counts a mere 11 kilometers (seven miles), so you wouldn’t be too far from the truth if you said it’s unridden. Hiding beneath the titan’s seductive fairings is a fuel-injected 749cc inline-four powerplant, which makes use of sixteen radial valves, dual overhead cams, and a solid 12:1 compression ratio.
At around 12,500 spins per minute, the liquid-cooled four-banger will go about delivering up to 126 ponies, while a peak torque output of 53 pound-feet (72 Nm) is going to occur at 10,500 revs. This power is sent to the rear wheel by a six-speed gearbox, consequently letting the F4 achieve mid-tens on the quarter-mile.
Once that’s done, the Italian beauty will continue accelerating to a top speed of 175 mph (282 kph) and look the part while doing so. If you happen to be in possession of a small fortune, then you’ll want to check out the current listings on Iconic Motorbike Auctions by December 9, because this 2000 MY F4 750 S needs a new home. With two days to go before the bidding deadline, the highest offer is placed at $10k but falls short of meeting the reserve.