Posts by Category: Ducati

Ducati June 29, 2009 posted by

1997 Ducati 900 SS/SP with less than 1k miles!

Andrew emailed me to alert me that his super low miles 97 Ducati 900SS/SP was now listed on Maryland Craigslist for $5400:

1997 Ducati 900SS/SP For Sale with 900 miles1997 Ducati 900SS/SP For Sale with 900 miles1997 Ducati 900SS/SP For Sale with 900 miles

quote from his Craigslist posting:

1997 Red Ducati 900 SS SP
874 miles
Red
Carbon Fiber package
immaculate condition.
Upgraded Termignioni exhaust, re-jet for performance, performance air filter box (K&N filter), Michelin Rubber less than 2 yrs old with under 50 miles practically brand new
stainless steel brake/clutch lines.
All manuals and original tools
Less than 4 tanks of gas have gone through this bike, with fluids changed regularly even when not in use.
Unbelievably fast.

I don't know about you guys, but if I walked into the dealer today and saw this brand new bike in the showroom for $5400, I would buy it! This is a bargain, especially since the cheapest model you can buy today will probably set you back nearly $9k!

Good luck with the sale Andrew!

dc

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Ducati June 28, 2009 posted by

2007 Ducati Monster S4RS Testastretta Sex Machine For Sale

The Ducati S4RS is already a totally loaded motorcycle. It features 999 Superbike bits without the body work and the more upright riding position of a regular Ducati Monster. As if that wasn't enough, this one has been tastefully upgraded. Take a look on Portland Craigslist for $11290:

2007 Ducati S4RS Monster For Sale with SpeedyMoto hardware2007 Ducati S4RS Monster For Sale with SpeedyMoto hardware2007 Ducati S4RS Monster For Sale with SpeedyMoto hardware

quote from seller's listing:

One amazing naked superbike in need of a new home. There's nothing quite like the power of a 999 with the upright comfort of a Monster. It's breathtaking, I suggest you try it. Tastefully upgraded with the following components:

-Full Arrow Ti exhaust system with Ducati Performance ECU (140+hp and sounds fantastic)
-SpeedyMoto bits all around
-Rizoma billet clutch and brake fluid reservoirs
-CRG adjustable levers and bar-end mirrors
-Fender eliminator kit and upgraded indicators

Serviced at MotoCorsa.
Clean Title
9800 miles
Extended 5-year warranty transferable to new owner (good through 5/2013).
Front fairing and passenger pegs included. Also have a new (still in the box) Power Commander III that I would include for an additional $210.

Check out all the SpeedyMoto bits! My buddy Chris is one of the founders of that fine business and I had to get a quick plug in for him of course 😉

dc

Check out these other Ducati Monster's that are for sale right now:

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Ducati June 28, 2009 posted by

A Brand New Ducati 851 SP3 For Sale in Italy

You read that correctly: There is a nearly new Ducati 851 SP3 with 8 miles on the clock on eBay in Italy right now:

Ducati 851 SP3 For Sale in ItalyDucati 851 SP3 with only 7 kilometers For Sale in ItalyDucati 851 SP3 with only 7 kilometers For Sale in Italy

quote from seller's listing:

QUESTA MOTO, OLTRE AD ESSERE MOLTO RARA (PRODOTTA IN 700 ESEMPLARI) CREDO SIA UN PEZZO UNICO!!!!

LA MOTO INFATTI, E' NUOVA DI FABBRICA E NON E' MAI STATA USATA, NE IMMATRICOLATA

L'HO ACQUISTATA VENT'ANNI ORSONO E DA ALLORA E' RIMASTA ESPOSTA NELLA MIA CONCESSIONARIA

NON ESITATE A CONTATTARMI ALLO 030-711335 PER QUALSIASI ULTERIORE CHIARIMENTO

RITIRO MOTO IN CONCESSIONARIA

Google Translate tells me that this bike has never even been registered. Currently the auction has 3 days to go and is at 10,000 Euros currently.

dc

Ducati June 15, 2009 posted by

1993 Ducati 888 Superbike For Sale in Kansas

I'm always a sucker for the early Ducati superbikes and I'm keenly watching this market. Here's an eBay listing for a 93 Ducati 888 Superbike:

1993 Ducati 888 SPO For Sale in Kansas1993 Ducati 888 SPO For Sale in Kansas1993 Ducati 888 SPO For Sale in Kansas1993 Ducati 888 SPO For Sale in Kansas

quote from seller's eBay listing:

I can't say enough about this bike. It has been a great bike but unfortunately has made it's way to the back of the garage and this bike deserves to be on the road or shown in shows or as a museum piece. I've never ridden it in the rain and it hasn't been ridden much at all in the past few years. I've had it on the Dyno within the past two years and it was still pumping out 100 horses. Great running bike and has the best transmission of any Ducati I've ever owned.

Bike has had several upgrades, such as tinted windscreen, Corbin saddle, O-Ring Chain, Upgraded EPROM, Carbon Fiber Tank Protector, Carbon Fiber Front Fender, Carbon Fiber Rear Hugger, Newer Style Pegs, Vented Clutch Cover and front sprocket cover, almost new tires. The cannisters have been "cleaned out" a bit and the bike runs and roars like a true Ducati should.

I will also send with the bike the Pitbull Rearstand, original front and rear fender, and extra rear "box" that has been cut down, and all other original parts that I can find. I believe I still have the original EPROM, Seat, Rear Fender etc. If I have it, you'll get it.

A few years ago the bike do fall over on hot pavement (Kansas summer heat and fresh asphalt). It didn't do too much damage, but did tweak the left clip-on (I ride it this way with no issues), scratched the back of the mirror and rubbed the part of the fender by the front left-hand turn signal. It is an easy fix with a little filler and some paint. The bike's paint on the side panels were redone before the show to have the AGIP stickers put below the clearcoat along with the black along the bottom to make it look like a factory racer. All other paint looks great for a bike of that age as does all the other parts. In 2000 this bike won the Ducatifest at Eureka Springs, Arkansas. It was a great event and very well attended.

Looking at previous 888's listed on this blog, the buy-it-now price on this bike $8k seems about right. The listing is very honest about condition and it sounds like it is well sorted with common 851/888 modifications. Starting bid is $5k, so there is quite a margin in between. I'll be curious to see where it ends up.

dc

Ducati May 25, 2009 posted by

1980 Ducati 900 SS For Sale in San Diego

The classic Ducati SuperSports are such beautiful machines and this one is not exception. This 1980 Ducati 900SS sports 17k original miles and all the right upgrade bits. Check out this one on San Diego Craigslist for $20k:

1980 Ducati 900SS For Sale in San Diego1980 Ducati 900SS For Sale Instruments Picture1980 Ducati 900SS For Sale1980 Ducati 900SS For Sale

quote from seller's Craigslist post:

I am the second owner of this beautiful 1980 Ducati 900 SS and have owned it since 1983. It has 17xxx original miles, and is in exceptional condition. It has the "speed kit" installed, which consisted of 40mm del orto carburetors, Conti mufflers and a larger front sprocket. I am including various extras, such as a solo seat, several factory tools, brake pads, oil filters, s&w shocks with two sets of springs (the original marzzochi's are on the bike) a Haynes owners manual and more. I also have the original turn signals, but they are removed for appearance sake.

I couldn't really speculate on this market, but I know it jumped off the page when I opened the link. Any early 900SS owners out there that want to comment?

dc

Ducati May 1, 2009 posted by

Check out ducatinewstoday.com for all the best Ducati coverage

I recently stumbled onto Ducati News Today, which is a new blog covering all things Ducati, new and old. Some reasons I've become a big fan:

Ducati News Today

  • Timely news on racing events
  • New model coverage
  • Coverage of older models (my favorite!)
  • Regular Ducati Wallpaper Entries
  • And it's written by a motorcycle roadracer with 25 years of riding experience
  • ^^ who's still authoring the blog after a nasty spill which messed up his shoulder pretty good

That last point takes the cake. I mean seriously, I'd probably let all my blogs go dormant for the foreseeable future if I had an off like that! Keep up the good work Mike, and everyone reading this should subscribe to his blog (right after they subscribe to mine!)

dc