A true motorcycle artwork.
The motorbike is numbered "0000", as it was initially produced only for exhibition use, and used by Ducati for the promotion of the Ducati Performance Kit made by Carbon Dream of Florence.
Produced on May 10, 2001, and registered on October 16, 2004.
Sold by the Ducati company to the Ducati dealership in Parma (Italy) on 22 October 2004.
The bike exit the factory with the complete carbon kit produced by Carbon Dream, and equipped with all the accessories present in the Ducati Performance catalog, including the Termignoni exhaust system completely in Titanium.
Red rear lift stand.
Ducati MH900e motorcycle cover.
Italian number plate and documents.
Model produced in 163 units for Europe, out of a total of 2013 units made between the years 2000 and 2002 (officially 2000 pieces were built).
In September 1998, the model was presented to the general public at the Munich Intermot Show. The motorcycle concept was designed by the genius Pierre Terblanche, and was a tribute to the racing motorcycle that Mike Hailwood rode to win the 1978 Isle of Man TT. The name of the bike is MH900e, which stands for MH (le initials of Hailwood), 900 the displacement, And stands for evolution. Desmo 904cc engine, 74 hp at 8.000 rpm.