~ 1985 Mike Hailwood Replica "Mille" ~
Hi Steve, (...) I just bought a MH Mille for just that purpose (riding the snot out of it). In fact I was in Daytona with it and two guys walked up and looked at it, one of them said to the other "that is the new Ducati that was only available over the net". I just nodded in agreement.......seeing as I bought it on Ebay!!
It is an '85 probably one of the last bevels ever built. Has about 30,000 km on it. Highly modified brakes and suspension (mod sheet enclosed). Bought it on Ebay from the original owner in Orlando. I flew down and back one day on frequent flyer miles to inspect it and pay for it. Drove it around Florida during bike week and my friend who owns a race team brought it back to Wisconsin for me after the superbike races - it all fell together beautifully. It has become a favorite in short order!
Marzocchi M1R 42mm fork with triple clamps made by Kelvin Franks and adjustable clip on bars made by John Lumley.
Works Performance shocks.
Calfab swing arm with needle bearings and eccentric adjusters.
Astralite wheels 18 x 2.5 front and 18 x 3.5 rear.
Brembo GP 4 piston billet front brakes and floating rotors and gold line rear brake with floating rotor and special ball bearing brake hanger.
Brembo radial master cylinders for brakes and clutch with braided steel lines throughout.
Ducati F1 instrument panel.
Custom billet bracket for rear light and turn signals.
Fiamm triple air horns with mini compressor mounted under tank.
White Power steering dampener.
Dyna Coil ignition coils.
Ducati aircraft style flush gas cap.
Dr. Desmo Gear Gazer (of course)
Dave Wright [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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