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2006 Ducati Paul Smart Edition with only 375 miles!


This post is in our archives. Links in this post have been updated to point to similar bikes available to bid on eBay.

I know this guy who almost bought one of these a couple of years ago. We were at the Seattle Motorcycle Show and stopped by Ducati Seattle on a whim. They wheeled out this Paul Smart Edition:

Somehow after dozens of rounds of beer and whiskey that night, we weren’t able to convince our friend to buy. He’s regretted it ever since.

Check out this

2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000 LE For Sale

quote from sellers listing:

This is an “as new” limited edition Ducati Paul Smart Edition. This is one of only 500 motorcycles available in the US. This is one of two purchased by this owner and has been kept in a climate controlled environment since delivery. Motorcycle has less than 400 original miles. This is a rare and important motorcycle.

While I realize these aren’t as rare as the MH900’s (though as well!), they are limited editions and evoke all the right emotions when you see them in person. Here’s your chance to get an almost new one 4 years later.



  • Bidding is at $9,500 right now, which is a fair price. The Termis, mirrors, and tail chop add some value to it. I wonder what happens to the stock parts (pipes, mirrors, rear fender)? Because if this is going to a collector interested in the low mileage then they’ll want the stock bits.

  • I agree. If the stock parts have not been retained then the value goes waaaay down in my opinion.

    Do the PS1000LEs suffer from the same tank problems that all the other similar releases have? I hear Ducati will not warranty the tank repair and there have been alot of reports of warped tanks.

  • i regret that decision as well! He would have this bike and I had the cash to take his VFR off his hands!! As the world turns…..

  • >Do the PS1000LEs suffer from the same tank problems that all the other similar releases have?

    Yes, but Ducati is still replacing the tanks on the PS1000 for free. Many owners have also sealed their tanks with Caswell or use a fuel additive to deal with the “tank spread” that is supposedly caused by ethanol. ETI has started making kevlar tanks as well. there’s lots of info about this on the ducati.ms forums.

    Also the stock parts are pretty easy to find on the forums or on fleabay. Lots of people have modded their PS1000s and have the stock stuff collecting dust. The aftermarket stuff could be sold and would cover the cost of stock parts if somebody wanted to return it to stock (assuming the seller didn’t throw the stock stuff in…)

  • Hello, i´m interested in your bike, i speak spanish, y wold like to by your bike and shipp to Florida.
    Can you send me a phone number so i can call you and make a deal?
    Sebastian Pigliacampo.

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