The 750SFC is Laverda's most iconic model. In the early 1970's it raced with great success in European endurance racing, and was an awesome pure-race bike registerable for use on public roads. It's production spanned roughly 1971-76.
Several major variations were produced, which are most easily identified by the "batch". It all gets a bit vague since the SFC's were produced in batches which were interspersed within the numbering of the normal road-based 750's, which ran from 1001 to about 19,000. Details of each batch type, in effect the "model" of SFC, is available in the left menu.
The undoubted world authority on these very special Laverdas is Marnix van der Schalk of the Netherlands. You will find more information in his excellent SFC site:
I have borrowed heavily here from Marnix' excellent reference book simply titled "750SFC". It is no longer in print but they pop up now and again on the dreaded auction sites. It is the most comprehensive compilation of knowledge on these unique bikes. Another lovely SFC book is by Massimo Borghesi, more of a "coffee table" item with superb photography and a large full-colour production. See my Publications Page for more info on both.