An explosion of race replica, special edition Ducati’s have hit the radar this week. Check out these fantastic Ducati Superbikes for sale right now:
Very rare Ducati 999R Fila Replica; #148 of 150 in the world (only 67 sold in North America). Personally signed by 3-time World Champion Troy Bayliss (see pic). Nearly $5000 in upgrades include full titanium 57mm Termignoni exhaust w/ ECU, Sato rear-sets, Speedymoto Kukri pressure plate with 10 spoke cover, and tinted double-bubble windscreen. Also includes rear stand and custom fitted bike cover. Original owner, dealer maintained, never raced, never down, 11k miles. Baby forces sale, serious inquires only please.
2002 Ducati 998s Troy Bayliss, #349. This bike has 4k miles, and is in mint condition. Extras include, carbon fiber airbox, air runners, hugger, swingarm guard, and under tail. All carbon accesories are ducati parts. Termi 1/2 system, as well as forged Marchesini Magnisium wheels. This bike is a very fine example of a Bayliss edition.
This is another piece of rolling history, a 2007 Ducati Team USA Limited 999S Superbike. There were 150 of these bikes produced, all of them sold only in the USA. None were exported. This is the write up from Ducati on the stock version of the bike. With 414 miles from being new, our’s also has the Termigoni 57mm Carbon Fiber full exhaust system, Power Commander, has been dyno tuned, has a 520 Chain and Sprocket conversion and the custom upper triple fork clamp that raises the bars 10mm. The first service was just completed and the bike is ready to be ridden or put on display.
The 999s Team USA edition is closely designed and based on the race bikes used by both the Bostrom brothers and Neil Hodgeson during the 2005 and 2006 AMA Superbike seasons.
If you have not been to visit our warehouse, this Ducati Xerox 999R, #58 with 1387 miles, is another reason you should drop by soon. Another rare slice of modern motorcycle history is now being offered for sale at Automania. The 2006 999R XEROX Ducati Superbike is the customer homologation replica of Troy Bayliss’ FO6 World Superbike Championship Motorcycle that he used to dominate and win the 2006 WSB championship.
It has fundamentally the same specifications as the standard 999R but with the special XEROX badging and a few other mechanical differences
I’m really not knowledgable about the values of these bikes. But they are obviously collector examples that will command some premium in the market. Which one would you pick as best value?