Can it be lower than this two mile Ducati MH900e for sale?
Things continue to get thinner and reduce mileage on Bring a Trailer. It seems that a lot of vendors are getting their feet wet selling their precious bikes. Collectors will be furious at this 2 mile Ducati MH900e from 2002.
For those who don’t know, the MH900e was made as a tribute to Mike Hailwood’s NCR 900, Isle of Man TT winner 1978. It’s one of a few MH900 Evoluziones we’ve covered, but it’s the lowest mileage with just two miles shown on its bespoke odometer. Prior to that, a 7-miler held the crown.
If you’re on the hunt for such a collector’s item, don’t worry as here is yet another limited edition model from the Italian brand, and it’s set in Indiana with just three miles on the clock and questionable rubber. dating from to 2001.
However, as a collector, you might want to bring a trailer for this listing on Bring A Trailer, because the bike is as perfect as it gets. Numbered 854 out of 2,000 never produced, the bike will be sold with its original shipping case and an official Ducati t-shirt bearing the corresponding production number. Much like the other MH900e units, the bike comes in this passionate Italian red and is finished with silver graphics.
The bike is driven by a 904cc L-twin engine mated to a six-speed transmission. Whichever way you throw it, the bike is beautiful. It’s not a modern Panigale, but it carries the authenticity of a vintage Ducati as it stays oil-cooled and produces 74 horsepower with 56 lb-ft of torque.
An oil change was done in 2021 with a change in the timing belt, however and as mentioned if you are going to ride this bike in the near future it would be wise to get a new pair of tires for it like the 17 inch Marchesini wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sports dated 2001.
Still, everything that comes with this bike is fresh to death, with the plate, keys, and even a MH900e-specific one-sided swingarm enclosure rack included.
Bring a trailer was even cheeky enough to declare the Carfax report on the list, which states that the bike had no accidents. I mean, two miles on the clock with an accident is almost impossible, right? Either way, the first bid on this bike is oddly set at $ 12,345, but of course expect that number to go up as there is still a little bit of time left before the bike’s auction ends. October 10, 2021, to be more precise.