Deus Ex Machina's Venice shop was recently commissioned by MV Agusta to build a tribute to their competition bikes from the 1960s and 1970s. For that, the builders took on the iconic Ago TT.

The custom motorcycle in turn showcases a head-turning bright red paint job, while boasting an overall vintage look. The tank and the curved pipes, among other components, have all been constructed from aluminum, as Deus also implemented a number of modern design features to make the bike fully equipped to hit the road in 2016.

After taking a look at Deus Ex Machina's beautiful MV Agusta Ago TT, be sure to leave us your thoughts on the build.

Fans of Deus, you'll also want to check out their recent "Bali Dog" creation, which is the perfect beachside cruiser.

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