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Italian Pride: 2007 Ducati 1098S Tri-Colore

Italian Pride: 2007 Ducati 1098S Tri-Colore

It just looks the business, doesn’t it?  I’m such a sucker for this paint.  The dealer sprayed Paso Tri Color (you say colore, I say color)  had me two weeks ago and then tonight this one caught my eye.  I’m one of the few fans of the 999 and I think it would have looked great in some version of this paint.

This loaded 1098S hasn’t seen too many curves.  She hits the market after covering only 1200 miles.    I don’t think it is legal to have a Ducati without a Termignoni exhaust system.  I believe these were supplied with an ECU in a kit that came with the bike. 

What else does she have:

1200 original miles, Limited Edition, Perfect original condition, adult ridden, never raced or crashed, complete with Termignoni carbon fiber race exhaust and ECU, also street exhaust included, over $3.5k in carbon fiber and extras, bike stand, all books, tools and records, always stored inside, never been in the rain, paid well over $30K for the bike and extras. Title in hand.

 

I spot some high spec Ohlins forks.  It has an Ohlins shock out back as well.  I could see myself totally screwing up the suspension with the amount of adjustments available.

Can you spot the extra carbon fiber bits?

All call this photo, “I should have studied harder in school”.

Any guesses on the reserve price?  The auction is starting at almost $17,000 with no takers as of this writing.  After consulting the RSBFS crystal ball and a quick question to the RSBFS Weegee board I’m going to guess $28,000-$30,000.  If you are in the market and would like to tell me how close I was you can .

IK

7 Comments

  • While this is a very neat bike, being a 1098S and not an “R” it retailed new for just under $25,000 I believe. The regular “S” retailed in ’07 for about $21,000, and low mile examples have been listed for $13,000-$14,000 of late.

    As we all know, great as the add-ons are, they generally don’t make a bike worth much more, so I’d guess this bike might bring close to $20,000?

  • Well I’m throwing out our crystal ball and weegee board, what junk! Thanks for setting me straight John.

  • I would rather have the DB7 for a little more.

  • My local dealer has a BRAND NEW db7 that there blowing out for $18,500!!

  • @ Sicduc – and where might this dealer be? Inquiring minds want to know!

  • I agree with John A. Green except I doubt the bike will reach $20k. There are MANY more bikes out there worth that sort of money; some are even Ducati.

  • Pat Clark Motorsports las vegas. Happy turkey day people..

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