It is considered her outstanding example for successful industrial design and the exhibition “The art of the motorcycle” at the Guggenheim Museum in New York in 1999 describes the Laverda 750 SFC rightly as one of the 1970s cult motorcycle. Between 1971 and 1976 left exactly 549 copies of the 750 SFC Laverda uniting Breganze. The production of sport production racer was carried out in three main series: series I (1971-1973, batch 5000/8000/11,000, Borrani spoke wheels, big brakes, 70PS), series II (1974, batch 16,000/17,000, including modified frame design and tank shape, disc brakes, performance gains on 75hp) and finally III called “Elettronica” series (1975-1976, batch 18,000, electronic ignition, modified cylinder head, oil cooling, partially with aluminum cast wheels). All SFC were painted in bright orange. This unusual color had cut out the Laverdas clearly from the field of competitors and so all Laverda have been racing in from now on brand-typical Orange tone below painted. The “Scalfaro Piero Laverda 750 SFC” Edition limited to 50 copies worldwide offers, through the unique integration of original parts of the 750 SFC in the case of this Edition, a small group of “Laverdisti” the opportunity to wear a piece of this Orange motorcycle legend on the wrist. SCALFARO PIERO LAVERDA 750 SFC WEAR A RACING LEGEND ON YOUR WRIST further information: technical DETAILS of SCALFARO PIERO LAVERDA 750 SFC EDITION: case diameter: 43 mm movement: Swiss ADK caliber 147 with automatic winding; Movement decorated with Geneva stripes stripes, perlage and blued screws; Stainless steel case with Scalfaro ceramic inlays including parts of original piston 80 mm of a Laverda 750 SFC and signature of Piero Laverdas on left side of the housing. Sapphire Crystal and Sapphire Crystal Caseback, screwed with four ScalfScrews; Waterproof 100m (10atm); Either black or orange rubber strap with engraving and buckle; Limited to 50 copies including numbering (01/50), and certificate of Piero Laverda; Receiver.