Description: Carbuzz and Ferrari have one thing in common: we don't do bikes. However, there's always room for an exception and this is it. The story of the 1995 Ferrari 900cc begins with David Kay of Da...
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Matty Michaels May 19, 2012
Lights remind me of WALL-E
Dave Stewart May 19, 2012
Oh that sultan didn't want this?
Rithhin Jawahar May 19, 2012
Yeah the thing looks like its gonna p*ss itself :P
Pablo Herasme May 19, 2012
Didn't know this thing existed
Mike van Varik May 19, 2012
That's very old styling lol like like 80s very early 90s :/
Derek Hedtke May 19, 2012
I've never really liked bikes with lights like that. it looks so scared.
Description: Four years and 3,000 man hours later and the bike, inspired by what he thought Ferrari would create if they decided to make an endurance racing machine, was made. The 900cc engine was built from scrat...
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John Baldock Jun 29, 2012
I love any bikes and ferrari. And this just brings the two into a sweet little package. If I had the money I would of loved to own it myself.
Phillip Greene May 19, 2012
Its not the power hes talking about its the price its like all italian bikes they are the best sport bikes but you could get two zx10r ninjas for one ducati and a few mods will have you beating aprilas and ducatis your just paying for a name when you go with farrari
Jack Higgins May 19, 2012
Well it's from 1994 Tyler. Started in 1990 and ended four years later. 900cc isn't that bad.
Tyler James Davis May 19, 2012
Only 900cc... And 85k, no wonder why its 10x expensive than a 1441cc ninja zx-14r, cause of its brand
Isaac Rezkalla May 19, 2012
Ferrari please make a limited production bike.
Description: In 2008, the one-off Ferrari motorbike failed to reach a £180,000 reserve in auction, and no-one went for it on eBay when it turned up with a £250k price tag. However, just last month the Br...
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Isaac Rezkalla May 19, 2012
You guys dont know what currency i was talking about
Kenneth Williams May 19, 2012
I wonder if everyone thought it might be a fake or some garage kit made by John doe and that's why it went for so low and no love on eBay.
Tal Benkel May 19, 2012
I think is pretty cool bike :-)
Mike van Varik May 19, 2012
£85k is like $120k.... Dollar isn't that weak anymore lol no longer 2-1 :(
Thibault Leroy May 19, 2012
thats in � in dollars it would be about 150k
Isaac Rezkalla May 19, 2012
Why wasnt i invited i would have went to 100k all day for this bike
wfdowns May 20, 2012
bikes today are still chain driven and some are still air cooled even
Pratik Parija May 19, 2012
Rare & approved by Ferrari
Jared Palmer May 19, 2012
Chain drive and air cooled, kind of behind the times even for being built in the early 90's. Would expect more from something with Ferrari and that kind of $
Harrison Trapnell May 19, 2012
A Ferrari bike just doesn't sound of look right.
Kevin Gebuza May 19, 2012
Not so sure where you see Moto Guzzi in there? Maybe the fairing but that's it. Guzzi is a v-twin this is a 4 cylinder. Looks more like an older MV Augusta.
Mark Donnelly May 19, 2012
900cc, this thing must be a monster, id give anything to hear the engine of this in real life
Rithhin Jawahar May 19, 2012
The seat looks likes a ball buster
Erick Bernal May 19, 2012
That exhaust looks clean.
Cho Dan May 19, 2012
Looks like a Moto Guzzi replica.
Rune Stallaert May 19, 2012
Those brake disks! Gigantic
Colin Dzendolet May 19, 2012
a true quad exhaust, nice
Ashen Fonseka May 19, 2012
I love how they did the back lights like a real ferrari
wfdowns May 20, 2012
or he is not stupid and bought a bike out of his league like alot of idiots are doing, just cause u can afford a 1000 dosnt mean u should buy one, buy what u can controll,least he aint buy a 250, now thats a waste, unless ur talking bout a zx14 or a busa 1000cc arent to much faster then a 600 just better bottom end power
Bradley Masonn May 19, 2012
@Parker, your either a pussy or your poor and can't afford the 1000cc haha
Cho Dan May 19, 2012
Kevin, for superbikes of the time this was built were 750cc or above I4's and 1000cc V-twins.
Anthony Minicozzi May 19, 2012
many bikes have or have had quad pipes. The augusta f4 for example.
Kevin Gebuza May 19, 2012
I'm not sure you would really qualify this as a superbike. Even during its time the technology was still below par.Moto Guzzi, Ducati, Aprilia, MV Augusta. Those are some Italian bikes I can wrap my head around around.
Cho Dan May 19, 2012
Dual shocks on the swing arm. The last time a superbike had that was back in the 80's.
Parker Lamoreaux May 19, 2012
Even if I had all the money in the world, I wouldn't consider ever buying this bike. even if it is one of a kind. Ugly as hell. I'll keep my 2008 CBR600rr.
Devin Babyn May 19, 2012
I was surprised to see four as well
Zack Farmer May 19, 2012
David, check out the Kawasaki z1000. another quad tipped exhaust.
David Pires-Ihsaan May 19, 2012
never seen quad pipes on a bike...
Adam Sampson May 20, 2012
Air filters are for wimps apparently...
Bradley Masonn May 19, 2012
Is this was fuel injected it would be a beast
Bob Jones May 19, 2012
Very nice touches.
John Serely May 19, 2012
They are nice touches