The heritage of this machine was such that MV decided to produce a very limited run (best estimates seem to indicate that roughly 100 were made) of touring models featuring the punchy four cylinder engine. The Touring 600 was the result of this. Not wanting the machine to be hacked to pieces and reworked into a Grand Prix racer, MV decided that a 600c engine with shaft final drive should consolidate the intention that the bike was meant to be a speedy touring machine, and not a hot-blooded track monster. This is one such example of the exceptionally rare Touring 600.Enjoy more The Classic MotorCycle reading in the monthly magazine. Click here to subscribe.