Post Sale Update: This MH900e sold for the BIN of $40,000 on eBay.
The last time I featured a 0 mile MH900e, it was a bike that was still in the crate. It sold for $28,600. The asking price on this one’s a bit higher, but that’s what the “Make Offer” button is for.
There are multiple motorcycles out there inspired by Mike Hailwood, but the Ducati MH900e Evoluzione might be the most visually extreme. Originally a sketch from the legendary Pierre Terblanche, Ducati got plenty of positive feedback and decided to post a survey on their website to see if its passionate fans would actually buy a production version. 300 people said yes, so Ducati decided to build…2000 (half in the year 2000, and the other half in 2001). Continuing the website-based theme, Ducati offered the bikes for sale online – the first time any motorcycle manufacturer sold directly to the consumer. The first 1,000 bikes sold out in 31 minutes.
This example (VIN: ZDM1LA4N72B001603) is #1,880 out of 2,000. It’s always been in a museum as part of a motorcycle collection, though there’s some “very very minor scratches and blemishes can’t be seen in the photos”. When this bike was sold new, it came with extras like a numbered plaque, numbers-matching t-shirt, and cover, but the seller makes no mention of those extras.
Find this Ducati for sale in El Paso, Texas with a BIN of $40,000 or best offer