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Ducati 996 Monoposto

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2000 Ducati 996 factory monoposto, not a conversion. I bought this bike new in June, 2000. About 7330 miles, never down. Mostly stock/original except for a single injector Ultimap Um222 chip with cored stock exhaust. “Cored” as in stock internals removed, perf tube wrapped in long strand fiberglass (OEM muffler packing material) installed, so they look stock but are constructed like a typical aftermarket system. Original exhaust and chip included. Also available: a set of never used Termi aluminum shell slip ons from a 998 that have had the inlets sized down so they’ll fit this bike, however the left pipe doesn’t sit at quite the right angle. I never put the time in to making it fit right, you’d need a 998 style heat shield too to make them work.

These pictures were taken last year, I have installed a Sargent seat since then. One scratch near tail light as shown in pics, otherwise just typical wear from ~7400 miles of use. Not a spotless showbike, it’s an honest one owner bike that hasn’t seen many miles due to my having mulitple bikes and living in a state with horrible roads.

New belts in 2014, new fuel pump in 2015. Both keys, the owner's manual, booklets, and tool kit are still with the bike. It spends the off seasons in my heated basement so there’s no corrosion from humidity and temperature changes.

Clean, clear Michigan title but I don’t ride it anymore so it’s not registered or insured at the moment.

$6000. I am not interested in trades, cash only. Feel free to contact me for more details. I'm located in SE Michigan, near Ann Arbor. Thanks for looking!

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If only I wasn't in England, too tall and too fat.....
Sold pending all the BS involved with transfering money and shipping a bike...
Yeah... the guy called and asked if we could meet at a nearby school because he didn' think he could negotiate the cul de sac I live on. I'm thinking he's a hack, then I rode up and saw the trailer... It was half full when he picked up my bike, and he was heading to Chicago (west) for more until he headed back east to drop it off.

Apparently shipping bikes is a viable business
I suppose it's not like the UK where, being in the middle, I can be in most places with a van in 6 hours tops.
In England 100 miles is a long way, in the US 100 years is a long time...
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