Not sure if this is the right place to post this, so mods please feel free to move or delete. This is the Ferrari of scooters. OK, well, perhaps that doesn't exist. But it's close. This is an Italjet Dragster 180cc that has been heavily modified. You won't find another like it. I will go into great detail below, but suffice it to say that if you are looking for a fast, interesting and beautiful scooter, this is it. I have been traveling abroad for the past few months, and it's been sitting in a garage unused. I have a friend starting it once a week to keep the fluids moving. But I just can't justify having something so beautiful go unused. The photos are from a year ago, and don't reflect the new top end. It also recently received a full detail. I can have a friend snap some new photos if you are truly interested. Bike has only traveled 50 miles in the past year since photos were taken Looking for $6,500 or nearest offer. Would also consider a trade for a nice Rolex. Heck, maybe an interesting trade for another car/bike. Throw me some offers, let's have some fun. 2000 Italjet Dragster 180 superleggera This build started out as a stock 2000 Dragster 180. I purchased it from the original owner in Washington, who had been using it as a pit bike. Ive always loved the Dragster, and wanted to make it into something even more unique. If you arent familiar with the Dragster, it was designed by Miguel Galluzzi (of Ducati Monster fame) with hub-center steering designed by Elf. It is a liquid cooled 180cc 2-stroke. Only a handful made it to the states through the grey market. The following is a list of modifications, but as its been 3 years in the making Im sure I am forgetting something (or a lot of things). It is the fastest, lightest, most fun to ride scooter Ive ever had the pleasure of owning. Clear Texas title and Texas inspection good through 2015. BODY: Full Carbon Fiber bodywork -Front fairing -Rear fairings -Front Fender -Transmission cooling scoop -Flywheel Cover -Pillion seat cover -Radiator Grill -Expansion tank cover -Legshield Panel -Front Brake Scoop (currently not installed) -Nut Cover Frame modified to remove floorboard brackets All plastic fairings removed Battery relocated to under seat Smoke indicator lenses Custom made aluminum belly pan Custom made bars and steering assembly Custom Tail Tidy Custom front headlight bracket PM Tuning Footpegs Oury grips Electronic speedo Custom seat (Alcantara) Powdercoated: -Swingarm -Steering assembly -Gas cap -Wheels BRAKING AND SUSPENSION: Paioli Corsa adjustable shocks (front and rear) Brembo Radial Master Cylinders and levers (from a Ducati 900/SS) Heidenau K61 tires with 500 miles on them ENGINE AND PERFORMANCE: PM Tuning 172cc Stage 2 kit (not pictured, just installed 100 miles ago) PM Tuning X-Tech full exhaust ceramic coated (Carbon can) with PM59 TSAB Boost Bottle Chamber Dellorto 30mm Carb Carbon Fiber Reed Valves Malossi Clutch springs PM Tuning pro-street clutch bell PM Tuning pro-street variators Transmission case polished All seals and bearings replaced Electronics re-wired and re-routed, all connections cleaned Oil injection disconnected (changed to pre-mix) but can be re-connected easily Silicone Hoses The Bad -A few of the carbon tabs (internal) were bent/torn during installation. Doesn't affect structural integrity, just has a few screws missing where there aught to be screws. Easy fix from competent fabricator. -With the new top end, it's got very high compression. So if you let it sit even 2 days, you likely won't get it to start with electric start (though it will easily start on 2-3 kicks). Easy fix with battery tender. -Speedo works intermittently. This is likely to me just not programming it correctly. Was going to replace with a GPS unit, just never got around to it. -Key for rear fairing is broken. Still have both of the key-bits. Since it's on premix now, I haven't had to access the oil tank under it so I haven't bothered to get a new key made. Will send both key-bits with the bike Between the stock bike and modifications, I have about $15k into this bike (and all receipts). As I said, Im sure Im forgetting something. With all of the modifications, its pushing 36hp at the rear wheel. Ive had it up to about 120mph (indicated), and it had a bit of room left. Ive also taken it on 400+ mile trips, and its been super reliable. Feel free to ask any questions you may have. Bike is currently located in Philadelphia. Photos can be found here (I can't figure out how to post them here): Italjet 5-10-14 Photos by Gle8 | Photobucket . I can also take additional photos upon request. Thanks for looking!