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Aprilia June 20, 2013 posted by

Month in Review: May 2013 Sales Report

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Welcome back to our latest sales report, where savvy buyers and sellers keep an eye on market values. We blogged a record 85 bikes in May and witnessed an all-time high of 29 of our picks getting sold. In fact our readers bought 23 bikes in May! Here is a review of 29 of the 85 posted, most having sold.

Lowest sale price: $1380
Highest sale price: $25099

Congratulations to May’s buyers and sellers!

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In no particular order, we start with this 1995 Ducati 900 SS/SP with 2000 miles that sold for $3650:

Ducati 900 SS/SP


A highlight last month is this 1986 GSX-R 750 Limited Edition with less than 900 miles that sold for $22,400!

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750R Limited


This 2001 Ducati 996SPS failed to sell after being bid to nearly $12k.

Ducati 996SPS


This very tidy but tiny Aprilia RS50 sold for a pint sized $2700 to one of our readers.

Aprilia RS50


This stock 1985 Suzuki RG500 Gamma sold for $12,400.

1985 Suzuki RG500


This heavily modified 1986 Suzuki RG500 in Lucky Strike livery failed to sell the first time at $10,500 but sold after one relist for $16,000!

1986 Suzuki RG500 Lucky Strike


This 1990 BMW K1 with just 4200 miles sold for $13450, McDonalds colors be damned!

BMW K1


This very clean 1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 sold for $7000, even with 30k miles!

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750


This 1996 Suzuki GSX-R 750 might have been the bargain of the month selling at just $2550.

1996 Suzuki GSX-R 750


This amazing low mileage and stunning 1987 Suzuki GSX-R 1100 sold for $13100.

1987 Suzuki GSX-R 1100


Someone scored on this 1986 Kawasaki ZX1000R Ninja that saw just 7400 miles. Sold for only $3750!

1986 Kawasaki ZX1000R


This 1991 Yamaha TZ 250 B racebike sold for $17500 but was relisted and sold again for $15500. Hopefully for good!


This well looked after 1993 Moto Guzzi Daytona 1000 sold for $8200.

Moto Guzzi Daytona


This later 1997 Daytona 1100 with less than 7k miles failed to sell with bids reaching $9100.

Moto Guzzi Daytona 1100


Another great buy was this 1982 Honda CB 900F with 205 miles for only $6655. This won’t be depreciating any time soon.

1982 Honda CB900F


Here’s a nearly new 999R with less than 1k miles that failed to sell at $16100.

Ducati 999R


This restored 1988 Suzuki GSX-R sold for a mere $6100 to one of our readers.


This 1996 Suzuki RGV250 Lucky Strike was no reserve and sold for $7500.

Suzuki RGV250 Lucky Strike


Here’s a Yamaha RZ500 that sold for a scant $6500.

Yamaha RZ500 RD500LC


This 1998 Yamaha R1 failed to sell at $8500 and has been relisted for $7500.

Yamaha YZF-R1 For Sale


This cool 1985 Yamaha FZ750 survivor sold for $3850.

1985 Yamaha FZ750


Here’s a 1987 Suzuki GSX-R50 that sold to one of the RSBFS superfans for $1380.

1987 Suzuki GSX-R50


This 1983 Suzuki XN85 Turbo is one of several we posted recently and it sold for $5451.

1983 Suzuki XN85 Turbo


This 1994 Yamaha YZF-750R was also well bought at just $2200.

1994 Yamaha YZF-750R


This 1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Limited sold for $12721.

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Limited


A very striking 2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000LE sold for $17000.

2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000LE


This spotless 1998 Aprilia RS250 set a new record selling for $9950.

1998 Aprilia RS250


This 1983 Kawasaki KZ1000R ELR failed to sell the first time at $8500 buy-it-now, but was relisted twice and sold for $6500.

1983 Kawasaki KZ1000R ELR


The top seller this month was this 1979 Kawasaki Z1R TC2 Turbo for $25099.

1979 Kawasaki Z1R TC2 Turbo


This 1994 Bimota DB2 appears to have sold for good this time at $7400.

1994 Bimota DB2


The great pumpkin 1982 Laverda Jota sold for $20255!

1982 Laverda Jota


This 1993 Ducati Superlight failed to sell at $9499.

Ducati Superlight


This XN85 Turbo sold for just $4000.

1983 Suzuki XN85 Turbo


While we were having a little fun with this CBR1000RR trike, it did find a new home for $9900.

CBR1000RR Trike


This 1985 RZ500 failed to sell when bid to $9100 while wearing a $11800 buy-it-now.

Yamaha RZ500

Ducati May 10, 2013 posted by

Carbon Duc Part I: 2005 999R with 854 miles

Grants Pass, OR – 854mi – $11,100 w/Reserve

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In 2006, the Ducati 999R was the pinnacle of superbike technology for the street. Ducati had returned to AMA superbike racing the previous year and had reworked the 999R from the ’03-’04 model even further to bump up the horsepower to 150 (from 139). Of course the bike featured the latest in Ohlins suspension technology and more carbon fiber that you could ever hope for. There is no doubt that these bikes made a statement.

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Its hard to point out any faults with this bike considering it is in excellent condition and hasn’t been ridden more than 1,000 miles in its life. In standard Ducati fashion, this one isn’t completely stock and features some modifications here and there. It’s all proper stuff, so don’t worry about quality.

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From the seller:

Living the Ducati dream, the owner then installed Ducati Performance Magnesium Cylinder Side Panels, Ducati Performance Magnesium Cylinder Head Covers, a Ducati Performance Magnesium Headlight Housing, Ducati Performance 520 Sprockets and a 520 Gold Chain Conversion. Next came Brembo Full Floating Brake Rotors, a Speedy Moto Rear Brake Caliper Bracket and finally a set of Ducati Performance Rearset Footpegs. All of the stock parts are included with the bike.

The bike is in as new condition. It is cosmetically gorgeous and mechanically ready to ride. Miles since new are 854. Hard to believe that the bike was not ridden more, but times were flying back during the boom years of the 2000’s and a lot of expensive bikes were sold that were rolled into garages and not ridden. This is another one from the collection we are representing.

We saw a 6-mile 999R a couple months ago that sold for a whopping $26k. This one doesn’t have the prestige of such low mileage, but it does however have probably the second lowest mileage on a 999R that I have seen. It is also not bone stock, which does kind of separate the market. Is this a pure collection piece or a bike to be ridden? Bidding is up to $11k with the Reserve still in place. I would guess the reserve to be probably a couple grand higher than current bidding is at and would say a selling price could reach up to $15k, maybe more. If you’re interested, click here to check out the auction!

-JS

Bimota April 11, 2013 posted by

Month in Review: March 2013, 27 Bikes in Total

Here is the latest round up of bike sales or bikes that saw high bid activity. We’re starting with Feb 25th and moving forward as they hadn’t been reported on in the last Month in Review as they were still open at the time of publishing. Each picture is linked to eBay as they haven’t been archived yet.

We blogged over 60 bikes in March and these are the ones we have sale values on. A great read for savvy buyers and sellers alike!

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Katana 1000 for sale

1982 Suzuki Katana 1000 Sold for $7000


Suzuki TL1000R For Sale

2002 Suzuki TL1000R Sold for just $4100


1987 Yamaha FZR750R For Sale

1987 Yamaha FZR750R Sold to one of our readers!


2008 Bimota DB5R For Sale

2008 Bimota DB5R Sold for $21500


2008 Yamaha YZF-R1 Scott Russel Race Bike For Sale

2008 Yamaha YZF-R1 Scott Russel Race Sold for $8215


1996 Honda VFR750 For Sale

1996 Honda VFR750 Sold for just $3223


1985 Honda VF1000R For Sale

1985 Honda VF1000R Sold for just $4500


1974 Yamaha TZ750 For Sale

1974 Yamaha TZ750 Factory Racer Sold for $42500


Honda CBR600 F2 For Sale

1993 Honda CBR600 F2 Sold for just $2750


1978 Laverda 1200 Jota America For Sale

1978 Laverda 1200 Jota America sold for $10401


1987 Suzuki GSX-R 1100 For Sale

1987 Suzuki GSX-R 1100 sold for $4800


1989 Yamaha FZR400 For Sale

1989 Yamaha FZR400 For Sale


1990 Yamaha FZR750R OW01 For Sale

1990 FZR750R OW01 sold via Craigslist, owner reported bike as sold.


1988 Yamaha FZR750R For Sale

1988 Yamaha FZR750R sold for $5200


1981 Laverda 1200 Mirage For Sale

1981 Laverda 1200 Mirage sold for $10300


2001 Honda NSR150 SP For Sale

2001 Honda NSR150SP sold for $3550


1986 Honda RS250 For Sale

1986 Honda RS250 sold for $3750


1988 Ducati F1 750 For Sale

1988 Ducati F1 750 sold for $13700 to one of our readers


1989 Yamaha FZR1000 For Sale

1989 Yamaha FZR1000 sold for $5500 to one of our readers


1993 Honda CBR900RR For Sale

1993 Honda CBR900RR sold for $5000


1991 Ducati 851 For Sale

1991 Ducati 851 sold for $8700 to one of our readers!


1995 Aprilia RS250 Chesterfield For Sale

1995 Aprilia RS250 Chesterfield had met reserve at $8500 but was pulled from eBay. The seller’s website indicates it as available for $8950.


Ducati 999R For Sale

2006 Ducati 999R with 6 miles sold for $23000!




Honda NS400R For Sale

1986 Honda NS400R sold to one of our readers for $7500!


2000 Aprilia RS250 For Sale

2000 Aprilia RS250 sold for $7200


1979 Suzuki GS1000S Wes Cooley For Sale

1979 Suzuki GS1000S sold for just $5000


1983 Laverda RGS1000 For Sale

1983 Laverda RGS1000 sold for $8250

Ducati March 24, 2013 posted by

New Old Stock: 2006 Ducati 999R with 6 Miles

Tampa, FL – 6 miles – $26,000 BIN

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In 2006, the Ducati 999R was the pinnacle of superbike technology for the street. Ducati had returned to AMA superbike racing the previous year and had reworked the 999R from the ’03-’04 model even further to bump up the horsepower to 150 (from 139). Of course the bike featured the latest in Ohlins suspension technology and more carbon fiber that you could ever hope for. There is no doubt that these bikes made a statement.

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Considering all of that, and the original MSPR of the bike, its easy to see why we see a lot of Ducati’s of this caliber in exceptional condition. Probably not too many people out there who throw their $30k bikes around without a care. But to see one of these with single digit mileage is something to behold.

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From the seller:

Up for sale a highly collectable Ducati 999 R,brand new,never ridden in absolute immaculate condition with all the original stickers still on the bike.This is the last Ducati 999 R in brand new,unmodified,unmolested condition for sale in the states!!There are only 6 factory miles on the bike which makes it more collectable and desirable.The MSRP of this bike is still 31,495 $ .Don’t waist your time and act,this is your chance to own one of the last unmolested Ducati 999 R !!!The bike has carbon fiber body work among with carbon fiber clutch cover,carbon fiber front sprocket cover,carbon fiber chain guard, carbon fiber belt covers(upper+middle+ lower),carbon fiber heat shield ,carbon fiber mirror struts,magnesium engine covers ,magnesium headlight bucket,titanium connecting rods,forged Magnesium wheels…..I also have a Termignoni exhaust available for the bike,in case somebody want’s it for the bike.In 2006 the Ducati 999 R did not come with one.The bike come also with the tool pouch,books,3 keys(2 black and 1 red key which is the service key) and the code card….

…The bike was part of a huge collection with Certificate of origin for the vehicle and never titled before.We applied for the Title a couple days ago and it will take up to 30 days to get it,after that the Title will be ready to be sign over to the next owner.

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As stated by the seller, this bike was apparently part of a huge collection. I can’t imagine someone buying this bike and putting a ton, if any miles on it. However, it is a motorcycle that was designed to go fast, so why not let it fulfill its destiny. Whatever reason you have for wanting this bike, you can’t go back in time to 2006 to buy one. This bike affords you as close to this opportunity as possible. The price is very much approaching the price of a new 1199 Panigale R, and isn’t going to be as good of a performer. The styling of the 999R is very unique, and may be preferable to some over the 1199R. Some might just be looking to fill a hole in a collection. Whatever your reason, you can check out the auction here and decide for yourself!

-JS

Ducati January 2, 2013 posted by

2003 Ducati 999R Fila #11 in North Hollywood

2003 Ducati 999R Fila For Sale

Today we’ve got a 999R factory Fila replica. The owner notes that this is #11 of 200 and as such added Rueben Xaus number plates to match. This bike has obviously been given special care and has seen limited use with just 6300 miles. Plus the shot of the bike in the bedroom completes the picture! The auction is starting at $18.5k reserve not met and offering a $24k buy-it-now, which makes this one of the more expensive Fila’s we’ve seen. But the package includes some very expensive upgrades and helps get even closer to a race replica for the street.

2003 Ducati 999R Fila Replica For Sale on eBay

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Here’s the enthusiastic description from the seller (converted to lowercase for easier reading):


2003 DUCATI 999R FILA REPLICA #11/200. RUEBEN XAUS WSBK MACHINE REPLICA
THIS IS THE ONLY FILA REPLICA IN THE WORLD WITH THE #11 PLATE AFFIXED TO IT.
IF YOU LIKE TO BE THE CENTER OF ATTENTION EVERYWHERE YOU RIDE THAN MAKE NO MISTAKE, THIS EXOTIC DUCATI LEAVES NOTHING TO BE DESIRED. THIS WAS THE FIRST YEAR DUCATI MADE THEIR BREAK AWAY FROM THE 916 ERA STYLE BIKE AND HIRED TERBLANCHE FOR THE DESIGN OF THE NEW WSBK WINING MOTORCYCLE. THIS PARTICULAR BIKE WAS AFFIXED THE #11 PLATE (RUEBENS XAUS’S FACTORY RACE NUMBER) SIMPLY BECAUSE THIS BIKE WAS THE 11TH MADE OUT OF A PRODUCTION RUN OF ONLY 200. SO OWNING THIS IS TRULY A CUT ABOVE THE REST. AND IT ONLY GETS BETTER. BELOW IS A COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF VERY FINE AFTERMARKET PARTS MADE FROM THE FINEST EXOTIC MATERIALS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO WORK IN HARMONY WITH THIS ALREADY INCREDIBLE ITALIAN EXOTIC ONE OF A KIND MOTORCYCLE:

1. BREMBO MASTER CYLINDERS, FRONT BRAKE AND CLUTCH PLUS LEVERS.
2. BREMBO MONOBLOC BILLET FRONT AND REAR BRAKE CALIPERS.
3. FEBUR SINGLE SIDED MAGNESIUM SWINGARM.
4. TERMIGNONI FULL TITANIUM 55MM RACE EXHAUST.
5. BLACK STONE TECH CARBON FIBER WHEELS.
6. DUCATI CORSE MAGNESIUM CLUTCH BASKET.
7. DUCATI CORSE MAGNESIUM HEAD COVERS AND SIDE COVERS.
8 SATO CLIP ONS.
9. DUCATI CORSE REAR SETS.
10. STM DRY SLPPER CLUTCH.
11. SPEEDYMOTO CLUTCH COVER.
12. RIZOMA FLUID RESOIRVOIRS.

THIS BIKE TRULY IS A NECK TURNER. IM WILLING TO PART WITH IT AT A FRACTION OF WHAT WAS SPENT ON IT. i AM THE ORIGINAL OWNER. iT HAS NEVER BEEN DOWN AND IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN UNDER A COVER AND ALWAYS GARAGED. SO IF YOU ARE A DUCATI CONNISEUR OR JUST A MOTORCYCLE JUNKIE I GUARANTEE THIS BIKE WILL BLOW YOUR WILDEST EXPECTATION!

PLEASE NOTE THIS BIKE HAS NEVER BEEN RACED ON A RACETRACK NOR HAS THE MOTOR EVER BEEN MODIFIED OR WORKED ON. ALL WORK DONE ON THIS MOTORCYCLE IS PURELY COSMETIC BECAUSE I WANTED IT TO BE A DEPENDABLE AND RELIABLE STREETBIKE. SO REST ASSURED THAT THIS BIKE IS AS DEPENDABLE AS ANY OTHER STOCK MODEL 999R.

13. TITANIUM AXLES AND AXLE NUTS
14. STM FRAME PLUGS
15. STM CLUTCH MASTER SLAVE CYLINDER
16. STM OIL BREATHER
17. TRICKLE CHARGER WIRED
18. EXHAUST HAS BEEN CERAMIC COATED BLACK FOR THERMAL REDUCTION
*19* TITANIUM LIFE SIZE REPLICA OF HOLLAND’S TECH 3’S UMBRELLA PADDOCK MODEL FOR AN ADDITIONAL $995! (LOL)
20. ONE LAST THING. TITANIUM MOTOR MOUNT BOLTS. SORRY EVERYONE BUT THE LIST IS LONG. BUT THE RESPONSE HAS BEEN AMAZING. THANK YOU ALL FOR THE COMPLIMENTS! NOW….I WONDER… WHO IS GONNA BE THE NEW OWNER OF MY “UGLY DUC”???

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Ducati December 29, 2012 posted by

Spring Dreams: 2005 Ducati 999 Motion SBK #004

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It is hard to make a stock Ducati seem  ordinary but the Motion Ducati’s pull it off pretty easily.  I know it is just a picture but doesn’t it just give the impression that every single item on the bike, down to the nuts and bolts is just perfect?

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Even the emblem is kick ass.  The Motion Ducati’s seem to have a little mystery to them because there is not a whole lot of info on them out there on the internets.  Well, at least my lazy ass couldn’t find much.  Basically, it so sounds like it is run by one Brad Miller out of Texas and that the attention to detail is incredible.  One forum thread even described him flying out to a Motion Ducati owners home to help with set up and maintenance lessons.  Damn, nobody from Hammatsu flew out to help me with this GSXR sitting in my garage.

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Basically, Motion takes a really good Ducati and turns it into the ultimate Ducati.  I think any friends with 999R’s would be mighty jealous.

Here is the list of upgrades and it is pretty damn impressive:

Here is an opportunity to own an “almost new” Ducati Motion SBK Superbike with beautiful high performance upgrades as follows: front OHLINS (custom application), OHLINS radial billet bottom kit, OHLINS rear shock (with remote preload, high/low, data flats), OHLINS damper, Brembo radial calipers, billet caliper spacers, titanium caliper bolts, Brembo RS rotors with 10mm offset, titanium rotor bolts, FO5 brake line kit, Brembo radial brake master, Brembo radial clutch master, Brembo brake reservoir, Brembo clutch reservoir, RS Corse slipper clutch with plates, carbon clutch cover, 39t Renthal rear race sprocket with DID ERV3 chain, RS 520 lightened 14t front sprocket, billet rear sets, Nemesis ECU, F1 factory Quick Shifter (dyno tuned), billet top clamp, Marchesini magnesium wheels, carbon tank pad cover, anodized black Motocorse rear stand, billet fuel cap (quick release), carbon exhaust heat shield, suede leather seat, powder coated (subframe, rear spring, suspension parts), custom paint (MotionSBK white, orange, carbon), custom carbon tail, full carbon (body, sides, deflectors, fender, v-pc, nose, key guard, inlet covers), full 57mm Termignoni  exhaust with titanium can, high compression billet pistons with titanium wrist pins, balanced and blueprinted engine, FO5 windscreen.  This low-mileage beauty originally built by Brad Miller was completely disassembled and rebuilt by him in 2009 (including the engine).  This screamer is finely tuned, made of the highest quality components, has been little used, and is ready for some fun.

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Not your average front end.

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Billet pistons with ti wrist pins.  Oh who doesn’t have those!

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1,644 miles on it and it had a full rebuild in 2009.

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Can this bike win over the Ducati faithful that treat the 999 like a redheaded stepchild?  The bike has a $17,900 BIN to go along with the auction.  Let’s hear from the RSBFS faithful;  do you like it and what is it worth to you?

Here is the auction.

THIS IS NOT THE BIKE FOR SALE but well worth 1:35 of your life to watch.

-IK

Ducati September 6, 2012 posted by

Talk like a pirate day! A collection of Ducati “R” models

With all of the race bikes showing up on the pages of RSBFS, I thought these would fit right in. While not purebred GP racers, the Ducati R models represent some of the most vaunted, most rare, and most expensive of the Italian firm’s line up. Here are three examples, smallest to largest.


For Sale: 2001 Ducati 748 R

The first R bike on our list today is this great looking 748R in yellow. The 748 was first introduced in 1994 as a smaller displacement 916. SP, SPS, L (Neiman Marcus) and R models followed (as did the RS variant), as the 748 was destined for competition.

From the seller:
I was a large Ducati dealer from 1981 through 2002, and I personally sold this bike brand new. List price was $24,995 plus tax, freight, and set-up. The bike remained in this San Francisco bay area and is available again. Clear California title, but no current license plate. It is actually a 49 state bike, with California being the state that was not supposed to issue a license plate. It may have had one anyway, but it has no plate at this time. Present title is good to register it in any state except California. I rode the bike about forty miles a couple of weeks ago to test everything. The higher horse power 748R differed from the street bike with extra strong engine cases, titanium rods, different cams, shower style fuel injectors that sit high above the intake tracts, and other details. Decal kit was added, but not clear coated, in the event that you prefer the look without the stickers. Tires and battery are very recent. The brand new 50mm diameter Termignoni full exhaust system cost $2208 new and I installed a brand new factory Ducati clutch plate kit. Both the exhaust and the clutch have only my 40 test miles from new. The original gas cap with key is included, in the event that you don’t like the carbon fiber/alloy quick release item fitted. The original Marchesini light weight five spoke wheels remain, as do the genuine Brembo radial clutch and brake master cylinders.

Negative points: The original Ohlins forks and shocks went to another race bike, and stock street suspension forks and shock are currently on the bike. They work perfectly. The bike was transported on a carrier at one time, and there are scratches in the left rear side of the gas tank, as shown in the photos. The front discs were changed to include STM alloy buttons that don’t fit very well, and the discs have normal wear, and should be replaced. I can help the buyer with a special price on brand new discs at a huge discount, if desired. My test ride was with a friend on a standard 748, and we traded bikes for part of the trip. The two bikes are very different. The R model is more difficult in slow city traffic, but it pulls like gangbusters on the open highway! It is not the right bike for everyone. No reserve; $6995 buys it NOW!

The seller has represented the bike pretty well, and priced it resonably to boot. The BIN of $6995 is pretty fair money for a 748-era R bike, although this one is not perfect as noted in the details. For more information, click the link and jump over to the auction. For something more recent, read on!


For Sale: 2002 Ducati 998R

Next up is this gorgeous 2002 Ducati 998R. I just love the fairing detail on this one, with the carbon fiber on the fairing peeking out of the unpainted areas. The 998R was a step up from the base 998 model (itself a derivative of the 916/996 line), and offered better suspension, carbon fiber bodywork (not just the fender & mud guard), and uprated engine.

From the seller:
I am offering my very rare 2002 Ducati 998R Superbike for sale. The bike is in excellent condition and has been meticulously maintained. I purchased the bike from a well known collector who has an expansive collection of the rarest most valuable Ducatis. He had two 998Rs and agreed to sell me this one 6 years ago. This is my second one and I am making room in my own collection for another acquisition. I will say this is one of the more rare and elusive Ducatis….even more rare than the much sought after Desmosedici.

The bike comes with the factory plaque of authenticity from Italy that matches the plaque on the bike’s triple clamps to confirm the bike’s pedigree, the Ducati cover for the bike, the tool kit and headlight replacement cover for track use.

Of course the bike runs perfectly and provides an amazing ride. The tires have 1000 miles on them. This bike has never been on the track and has always been ridden by a responsible adult on casual weekend rides. Of course the bike has never been crashed or dropped. No damage other than possibly a minute nick here or the from normal use.

As the bikes become newer and larger displacement, the sums of money requested become larger as well. This rare 998R has been posted before on RSBFS (check it out here), but this time we have a BIN price and all new pictures. This particular bike can be yours for the super steep price of $22,000 OBO. While this makes the 748R look like a total bargain, the 998R is pretty rare and this one is in fantastic shape. Check out more details here, or read on for another!


For Sale: 2004 Ducati 999R Fila

Our final “R” bike on the list is this 2004 999R with striking Fila livery. Meant to evoke the works Ducatis racing in WSBK, this is otherwise a “standard” 999R (which is no minor steed). There are those that deride the Terblanche-styled 999 – and there is no doubt that it is missing some of the grace of the Tamburini-designed 916/996/998 models – but to many it has an appeal all its own.

From the seller:
I am selling my 999R Fila #137 of 200, 1229 miles, I originally set out to collect all 999 Race Replicas and the 998S Bayliss to show at Indy this year. I did that and now I want to change my collection around. I sold the 998S and now hope to sell this one and maybe get a 1098R Bayliss??

Ducati Performance Titanium reservoir covers, yo-yo slipper clutch, Termi full Ti exhaust, race ECU, Moto Corse rearsets, CRG levers, Carbon Fiber Tail section, Corse carbon fiber exhaust cover, STM crankcase breather, billet frame plugs, all fluids changed and new fuel pump installed when I purchased at 800 miles.

The only concern I have about this model is the cracked top tree as evidenced in the pictures. I cannot say if this is normal, or the result of an incident – but the seller has noted it in the pictures and comments. Unfortunately the repair for this will remove the limited edition numbering in that location – possibly de-valuing the bike. I love the cool bike cover too. This 999R is on sale for a BIN of $16,500. You can click here to check it out.

Here is a video of the bike, courtesy of the seller:


Well, there you have it. Enough Italian hardware to have you saying “R R R” all day long! Enjoy your Talk Like a Pirate day, and perhaps you will be lucky enough to plunder some of this fine RSBFS booty!

MI

Ducati March 13, 2012 posted by

Poser’s Delight: 2006 Ducati 999R Xerox, 2007 Ducati 999S Parts Unlimited, 2002 Ducati 998S Bayliss

Poser’s Delight: 2006 Ducati 999R Xerox,  2007 Ducati 999S Parts Unlimited, 2002 Ducati 998S Bayliss

 

I mean “posers delight” in the nicest way possible because I’m certainly one of them.  If there is a race replica to be seen, I’m first in line.  The Ducati replicas have always been a bit out of reach for me financially but for those that have waited for the resales, there is a considerable discount.  Below is quick snap shoot of what being offered on Ebay at the moment.

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2006 999R Xerox

1,760 Miles

$18,500 BIN

I’m in the minority here but I’ve always thought the 999 was the best looking Ducati superbike.  Slap some sponsor logos on and my eyes glaze over.

 

The seller just cut and paste test info into the auction so there isn’t a description of what add on’s  the bike has.  I know enough to recognize that isn’t stock.

 

Maybe some extra goodies hiding inside there?  I’d say it is worth an email if you are interested.  Hit he auction link for many more pictures.

This auction doesn’t have a whole lot of time remaining so proceed accordingly.

 

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2007 999S Parts Unlimited

6,729 Miles

$11,250 BIN

Maybe not as glamorous to own for us posers since it didn’t have the success of the WSB Ducati’s but it might be the bargain of the bunch.  Only 150 were produced and the original MSRP was almost $20,000.

Again, no list of what aftermarket parts are on the bike but I’m noticing small detail pieces like the clutch cover and gas cap.  The exhaust  also has a ceramic coating on it.

Do you remember who was riding these bikes in the AMA series?  That would be  Ben Bostrom and Neil Hodgson.

Snap it up here.

 

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2002 998S Bayliss

517 Miles

Current bid of $10,000 + reserve

Is there anyone bigger in Ducati racing history than Troy Bayliss?  Is he more beloved than even Carl Fogarty?  It would be close in a popularity contest.  Even though I like the 999’s I think this would be my pick if I could only own one.

 

The iconic Ducati rear end.

 

This appears to be a true collector quality bike.  I’d seen some non collector quality Bayliss replicas go in the lower teens.  What do you think it is worth with only 517 miles?  So far, very little action on the auction, hmmmm.

Only two days remaining on the auction.

 

Ian