2002 Ducati MH900e – #571 of 2000 – with 1875 miles with full Carbon Dream bodywork and other nice bits for sale!
Even though I would have a better chance of winning the Powerball than fitting on the MH900e (which means I don’t have legs like Uma Thurman nor do have I arms of an orangutan), I have always been taken by the styling of the MH900e. When the bike was announced it would be available for sale exclusively on the internet (which was a very interesting story in itself. You can read more about it HERE and HERE) back in late 1999, I nearly convinced my brother and sister to lend me the money for the purchase! I did, however, end up buying a book about the MH900e…
In any case, here’s #571:
There were only 2000 of these Ducati’s made (…for the new millennium)….all sold over the internet in the first 6 hours of the bike being listed on Ducati.com.This one is # 571 of 2000, I am the original owner and I have only driven her on the odd Sunday afternoon, hence the low miles…The following modifications were added to the bike:1) Full set of Carbon Dream carbon fiber bodywork2) Ohlins rear shock3) Ohlins steering damper4) Sato billet rear sets5) NCR titanium clutch cover6) Red Ducati Performance clutch pressure plate7) Polished Ducati Performance belt covers8) CRG bar end mirrorSorry, I don’t have any of the original bodywork or old parts anymore…The bike had her 1500 mile service at Ducati Atlanta. It will come with the rear stand and a MH900e cover.Also included in the sale is the original limited edition leather covered Ducati plaque, showing that this is # 571 of 2000Lastly it is important to note that this is a 9 year old motorcycle, she has always been garage kept and used sparingly, she runs strong and is in very good condition, but she is not a show queen so there may be some very minor wear marks.
One would think that the Carbon Dream bodywork are rarer than rooster eggs (yes, I just made that up), but upon researching our archives, I found two other MH900e previously listed that also had the Carbon Dream treatment. Not that this devalues the bike in any sort of way, but just goes to show that MH900e owners are 1.) a wealthy lot and 2.)don’t ride their bikes enough (come on – 1,875 miles?!). Here’s a list of MH900es previously listed for sale on RSBFS.