1983 | Ducati 900 MHR

1983 DUCATI DM900R MIKE HAILWOOD REPLICA

24.500 EUR

 

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR

Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
Ducati 900 MHR
1983 | Ducati 900 MHR

1983 DUCATI DM900R MIKE HAILWOOD REPLICA
24.500 EUR

 

Niederlande

 
Rennmotorrad
53/72 kW/PS
Rutger Houtkamp

Houtkamp Collection

  • Fahrzeugdetails

    Fahrzeugdaten
    Marke Ducati
    Modell 900 MHR
    Baujahr 1983
    Bauart Rennmotorrad
    Außenfarbe Rot
    Technische Details
    Motorbauart 4-Takt | OHC
    Leistung (kW/PS) 53/72
    Hubraum (ccm) 864
    Zylinder 2
    Starter Kickstarter
    Kühlung Luft
    Getriebe Schaltgetriebe
    Gänge 5
    Antrieb Kette
    Kraftstoff Benzin
    Bremse Front Scheibe
    Bremse Heck Scheibe
    Leergewicht (kg) 195

Beschreibung

  • One of the most iconic Ducati models of its era
  • Registered in Monaco
  • In 1978, Mike Hailwood won the Isle of Man TT on a Ducati 900SS, eleven years after retiring from competitive riding
  • Ducati released a replica of the privateer 900SS in 1978 in honour of Mike’s victory
  • 1 of just only 300 examples produced
  • Complete with a variety of invoices 

The Mike Hailwood Replica (MHR) owes its existence to Mike’s legendary Isle of Man TT comeback victory in the 1978 Production Race riding an ex-works NCR bike entered and prepared by Manchester-based Ducati dealer, Sports Motor Cycles. 

Out of top-flight bike racing for seven years and away from the Island for eleven, Mike took on and beat the might of the Honda works team to win the Formula 1 TT at record speed. Ducati lost little time in capitalising on this outstanding success, launching a road-going replica the following year. 

This was one of the two most important races in the building of the Ducati V-twin legend, along with Paul Smart’s win in the 1972 Imola 200. 

Like the race-bike, the MHR was based on the production 900SS, but – inevitably – had much more in common with the latter than the former. Most obvious difference was the full fairing finished in red, green and white, complemented by a glassfibre tank and racing seat. In fact, on the very earliest examples the ‘tank’ hid a steel fuel reservoir, glassfibre being illegal in the UK for tanks. Mechanical changes were confined to lighter wheels, usually by Campagnolo, and improved Brembo brakes, while the MHR’s performance was pretty much the same as that of the 900SS: around 135mph flat-out. 

The Hailwood Replica would remain in production through early 1986.

ABOUT THIS SPECIFIC EXAMPLE

This example is first registered in 1983 900cc production, and has a one-piece fairing, the traditional kick-start crank, black fenders, forward-mounted Brembo brakes and gold tone PBS wheels. 

This absolutely original and properly maintained example displays a total of 36,930 Kilometres and provides an opportunity to own one of the most popular Ducati models of its era. 

Its extraordinary period styling and subtle upgrades set it apart from other Ducati V-twin models of the period.

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How to reach us

Our collection is situated near Amsterdam, only 15 minutes from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. If you would liked to be picked up from the airport, please inform us. Would you please be so kind to contact us via the following contact details if you would like more information or if you want to visit our collection?

Kind regards,

John and Rutger Houtkamp 

Contact Information

Opening Hours: by appointment only
Visiting Address: Please contact us by phone or by e-mail prior to your visit as we have different locations with cars. We will then inform you about the visiting address.

Postal Address: Postbus 6
1190 AA Ouderkerk aan de Amstel
The Netherlands

Phone: +31 (0) 20 - 260 26 56
Fax: +31-20 47 24 555
Email: [email protected]

Contact

John H. Houtkamp

Telephone: +31 (0) 20 - 260 26 56 [email protected]

Rutger H.J.P Houtkamp

Telephone: +31 (0) 20 - 260 28 98 [email protected]

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