2010 Ducati 1198S Corse Edition – #75 – with 2100 miles for sale.
Is nothing sacred anymore? Does the word “rare” and “limited” mean anything anymore? I though I found a gem with the first 1198s Corse Edition, and I thought it was pure luck that I found another one on ebay, but a 3rd 1198s Corse Edition all within a span of 2 weeks?! You got to be kidding me:
For sale a limited edition 2010 Ducati 1198S, this one is number 75. Bike has 2100 miles. This special edition comes with Aluminum tank, traction control, carbon fiber front fender, forged wheels, Ohlins suspension, Brembo brakes, Termignoni exhaust, rear stand, and special paint job. New Michelin Pilot Pure tires with only 10 miles. This bike is adult riden and maintained. Store in a heated and cooled shop. Bike is shown with aftermarket windscreen but I have the stock one with number plate and exhaust (never used) that go with the bike. The rear stand was also part of the Corse Edition. This bike is in show room condition.
The asking price of $19,500 is high compared to the ones posted earlier. As someone commented before, the new 2011 1198SP – with a host of upgraded features and specs – retails for (only) $21,995. If I were in the market for a 1198s Corse Edition, I’d be looking at around $15,000 or so. But then again, I’m known for being a cheapskate.
If you’re interested in making an offer for this particular 1198S Corse Edition, click here to jump Omaha CL listing.