MotorBike lover's! A Ferrari bike.?

  ky72 11:53 08 Feb 2010

How bizzare! i never knew Ferrari made bikes.? mind u although i love there car's im not sure i'd pay £250.000 for this!

click here

  GANDALF <|:-)> 12:00 08 Feb 2010

If you read carefully you will see that it is not made by Ferrari, only endorsed by them.


  I am Spartacus 12:01 08 Feb 2010

A tiny bit overpriced and the proportions looks wrong as well as clumsy bodywork.

This is one they got right click here

  interzone55 12:37 08 Feb 2010

1/4 million for a 20 year old motorbike, no thanks.

Also, why is it on Ebay, surely they should be using a company like Barons who specialise in classic car & bike auctions...

  Strawballs 20:31 08 Feb 2010

That is one ugly bike, mind you their cars are not much better

  Quickbeam 21:00 08 Feb 2010

If you want an Italian motorcycle with a world class race winning pedigree, you can get a Ducati, a Moto Guzzi, Aermacchi, Benelli, MV Augusta... there's loads more of 'em... but none with a Ferrari badge on.

And for the price of the Ferrari one, you could have a replica V8 Guzzi built click here This used technology in the mid fifties that took years to be used by the F1 teams.

  morddwyd 21:14 08 Feb 2010

Think I might go for a Jota before I'd go for this!

  oldbeefer2 11:15 09 Feb 2010

Think I'll stick to my '69 Bonnie!

  Quickbeam 11:48 09 Feb 2010

A vintage year, my mate swapped a 6 month old RD400 in '78 for a race tuned one with Thruxton pipes, twin Amal GPs, and a 4 leading shoe brake. He was easily on the better end of the swap.

  NewestRoyWidd1 17:02 09 Feb 2010

Don't think I'll be selling the Bandit just yet.

  the hick 17:24 09 Feb 2010

oldbeefer2, '69 Bonnie! I had a '66 in the '70's, did about 65,000 miles on it, it was a bit tired when I sold it. Good ones worth lots now!

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