The Ducati we’re talking about is a rare MH900e from 2002, dedicated to Mike Hailwood; here. 988 of the 2,000 total units were entirely produced and purchased by the owner at Lake Country Powersports in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The two-wheeled bike has a red paint job with silver graphics, and is powered by an air-cooled 904cc L-twin engine mated to a six-speed transmission.
Equipment includes a steel trellis frame, single-sided swingarm, reversed Showa fork, adjustable single-piston, steering damper, Brembo disc brakes, 17-inch alloy wheels, and a dual-outlet exhaust system. The maintenance that is done in preparation for sale is said to include the battery and oil replacement. This model has been locked in a wooden case for 20 whole years, and today the MH900e I was Bought at auction for $25,500.
2002 Ducati MH900e
The MH900e was designed by Pierre Terblanch as A tribute to the 1978 Isle of Man winner Ducati NCR 900 by Mike Hailwood, The semi-circular is finished in red with silver graphics and antiqued emblems. The bike features a steel trellis frame and single-sided swingarm finished in red, and additional features include a clear windshield, mirrors, a single seat and aluminum side mount. The seller notes some small flaws on the windshield and the gift that is documented in the photos.
17-inch five-alloy wheels painted silver with 120/65 front and 170/60 rear tires Michelin Pilot Sport. The front brake pump has been replaced. The instrument panel has been replaced in chrome and has a 10,000 rpm analog tachometer and digital information display. digital odometer indicates Traveled 2400 miles. Total mileage unknown. The label on the fuel tank cap refers to this motorcycle as number 988 of the 2,000 MH900evolution units produced.
Ducati MH900e Rare engine from 2022
The L-Twin 904 cc It is air-cooled, and features an oil cooler, Marelli electronic fuel injection, desmodromic valves and a dual-port exhaust system. Factory rated strength was 75 HP and 56 Nm of torque. The seller claims that the battery was replaced and that the oil was also changed for sale. Power is sent to the rear wheel through a dry, multi-plate clutch, six-speed transmission and chain drive that is routed through a single-sided rocker arm boost.
A Ducati numbered plate accompanies the bike to the new buyer, along with an original manual, tool kit, owner shirt, rear stand, promotional materials, copies of original sales documents, copies of periodicals with model and service documents. Sale also includes the numbered shipping box side panels, The auction ended on July 25 and the bike sold for $22,500. A more unique model than a rare one (like the one just sold) For a few enthusiasts.
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