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Ever wonder what a Ferrari F40 on two wheels would look like??

I just thought I would share my latest acquisition with you. A 1991 Ducati Raymond Roche Replica. I know a few of you out there will appreciate what you are looking at. Only a handful made. Only a few brought into the country for racing. No key, no starter, no lights, no sidestand, no radiator fans.....and YES I will ride it on the street. :wink: The bike came with a crate of spare race parts including carbon fairing, carbon exhaust and tons of engine parts.
The bike has tons of magnesium and carbon. The carbon fairing is paper thin. Magnesium wheels and engine cases. It is a fantastic machine.
I've been working on this deal for about two years now and the owner finally realized that I am an obsessed and persistent SOB and decided to sell it to me. Enjoy

The pipes on the bike now are not the race pipes that are normally on the bike. The previous owner put them on temporarily to start the bike while I was there. The bike came with 2 brand new sets of carbon exhaust that have never been put on the bike. Once I get the bike cleaned and at my house I'll take photos.
 

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judging by the backgrounds of the pics, im assuming you can handle this.

what a bike tooo!
 

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awesome
 

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is the Senna SS yours too? if so check the front tire pressure!
 

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Thanks for the response guys. The Senna and the Oro belong to the guy who I bought the 851 from and yes I am aware that all of their tires are low. That's what happens when bikes sit in a room unridden for 4 years. :D
 
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