MV Agusta F4CC
MV Agusta is one of the more exclusive motorcycle manufactuerers on the planet (Think of it as the Ferrari to Ducati’s Maserati), so when they release a limited edition model, you know it’s going to be rare, special and, oh yeah, pricey. Such was the case with the F4CC, the “CC” standing for the company’s once and future patron, Claudio Castiglioni, who originally envisioned this beast for himself. Castiglioni’s friend and master moto designer Massimo Tamburini translated his dream into neck-snapping reality. Only 100 of these black beauties were produced, and they retailed for an eyeball-ejecting $120,000 a pop. For that price you got a bored-out 1,078cc four banger generating 200hp, an electronically-limited top speed of 196 mph, carbon fiber fairing and, for use on or off the bike, an exclusive Trussardi leather jacket and Girard-Perregaux watch, the latter with a serial number that matches the bike’s. We’ll leave you to decide if that makes it a bargain or not.