'Ferrari' motorcycle sold. At last.

'90s one-off sells to private individual

A MOTORCYCLE produced as a tribute to Enzo Ferrari has sold at auction for £85,000.

The 'Ferrari' motorcycle previously failed to sell at auction in 2008 with a reserve of £180,000. It had since been listed on eBay for £250,000.

The 'Ferrari' motorcycle was designed and built by David Kay Engineering. Kay previously worked for MV Agusta and was granted permission from Piero Ferrari to use the Ferrari badge on this motorcycle.

The bike itself is nothing special; it's powered by a 105bhp 900cc, inline-four and perhaps its most unusual feature is the bodywork, which is made from aluminium.

Although not appealing to most bikers, the fact this is the only 'official' Ferrari motorcycle may prove a good investment afterall.