The Ferrari 900 Is To Be Auctioned
It was the child of the legend that is MV Agusta, David Kay, who came up with the idea to build a motorcycle that could honorably wear the famous prancing horse badge. On the 23rd of May 1990 David Kay receives , signed by P. Ferrari himself .
On the construction of this unique model Kay had in mind the prestige that is Ferrari and the racing pedigree and styling that the motorcycle should have. The bike was completed in 1995 and featured a DOHC 900cc engine that was putting out 105 horsepower at 8.800 rpm, with a mere weight of 172 kg and an estimated top speed of 265 km/h.
The stopping power of the bike was provided by two gargantuan Brembo disc brakes (6 pot calipers to the front, 4 to the rear), with twin rear shock absorbers and 17 inch hand spun Astralite wheels.
When the bike came out it produced a word wind of media publications and acclaims were coming from all over.
After 13 years of sitting in windows and posing for fans the time has come for the gem of Ferrari's motorbike engineering to find a new owner, an opportunity that for some people would never come again for many years to come. The estimated price is 325,000-375,000 Swiss francs, an estimated 300,000 U.S dollars.
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