Ducati Thailand launches limited edition motorcycle named 'Mike Hailwood Ducati Scrambler'. Motorcycles was created as a tribute to the figure of Ducati rider, Mike Hailwood.
As quoted from Visordown, this bike is made after Paul Smart, the owner of Ducati Thailand met with Hailwood’s widow, Pauline. He talked about his desire to create a limited edition motorcycle. The request was received a positive response from Pauline.
|2016 Mike Hailwood Ducati Scrambler. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Yq3FG)|
"By becoming the owner of this bike, you not only get a limited edition motorcycle, but also make good memories on the legendary figure of Mike Hailwood," said Paul.
Mike Hailwood Scrambler is built using the platform of Ducati Scrambler. Some parts of the motorcycle to change. The motorcycle custom body painted using red color with a blend of unique graphic from the front to the rear. This design mimics the Ducati 900SS once used by Hailwood.
|The late Mike-Hailwood on his Ducati 900SS at 1978 Isle of Man TT. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Yq3FG)|
The motorcycle with the 1970s classic racing bike style, it's seen from the headlight rounded cover, custom fuel tank, seat only for one person, rounded rearview, as well as handlebars and hand grip that uses the Ducati Panigale model. Strengthen the image of the older, its front and rear rims coated with gold color.
|Right side view of 2016 Mike Hailwood Ducati Scrambler. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Yq3FG)|
The Mike Hailwood edition Ducati Scrambler, was sold at a priced ฿699,000, or £14,029 or approximately Rp.262,2 million. These Italian motorcycles were only made as many as 58 units in the world, and have been booked as many as 25 units. If you are interested to buy it. Quickly, while there is still a lot. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VISORDOWN]
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