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What We’re Watching – May 15, 2017

Welcome to What We're Watching. This feature highlights some of the auctions we are following - especially those that are about to close. Handy if you're curious about where values are going, or just want to snipe in at the last minute to score a deal!

This is what is HOT right now:


2002 Ducati 998R



Just over 24 hours left before this coveted 998R finds a new home. Comments from readers on RSBFS and our Facebook site indicate this is the real deal. Bidding stalled at $20k, but the value should be much, much higher. Check it out here as this one is going to set the 2017 benchmark for the model. Don't miss out on the last of the 916 lineage R bikes!


2005 Ducati 749R



It's the battle of the R bikes! This is the baby R, in 749 format. The styling is Terblance instead of Tamburini, but all the expected Ducati performance is there. In fact, this may be the more tolerable of the two from a riding perspective. Less than a day to go on this one, with bidding below $10k and below the reserve. Will it cross the threshold? Will someone score a bargain? Check it out and see!


1986 Kawasaki ZX600R Ninja



This sweet, early Ninja was highlighted to us by a reader. One look and you know this is a well-cared for example, claimed to be in "collector condition." Less pricey than many of the exotics normally listed - but no less cool - this 600 Ninja just might fit the bill as an affordable classic. Currently sitting below $3k and below reserve, this one will be gone by Wednesday morning.


If you like what you see, move quickly. Every auction listed above will closed by tomorrow - at the latest. Don't forget to sign up for our free email service, and never miss a great deal on a rare bike again. Good luck and happy sniping!

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4 Comments

  • One trivial comment about GPZ600R. Japan didn’t get GPZ600R. And if I’m not wrong, 600 came before JDM’s 400 version. The engine is simply a scaled down version of 600, but one major difference was that JDM 400 had aluminium frame while export only 600 got steel frame. JDM also had a naked version of 400, which had the same steel frame from 600, how confusing.

  • Ducati 998R – SOLD for $23,100

    Ducati 749R – NO SALE at $10,100

    -Mike

  • Kawasaki ZX600 SOLD for $3,950. Congratulations to the buyer on a fine, classic machine.

    -Mike

  • Couldn’t resist… put a number out there that I thought would be low… guess not lol

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