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2016 Ducati Scrambler on 2040-motos

YearYear:2016 MileageMileage:44 ColorColor: Yellow

Marion, Illinois, United States

Marion, Illinois, United States
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Ducati Scrambler photos

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Ducati Scrambler tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):803 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle has an existing warranty TypeType:Standard For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Ducati Scrambler description

For sale is my Ducati Scrambler. It only has 44 miles!! It's great fun, I just don't have time to ride it. It's in showroom condition. Garage kept. Never crashed. Perfect cosmetic and mechanical condition. I only rode it a couple times. Dealerships retail them for $11,300 plus TTL. I purchased it in May '16 so the rest of the manufacturer's warranty is in effect. 

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For Sale by Owner: A Look at Potential Ducati Buyers

Mon, 12 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

For Sale by Owner1 of 8Next Last Last month, news broke that Ducati is once again up for sale, with its owner, private equity firm Investindustrial is looking for a “world-class industrial partner” for the noted Italian manufacturer. Since then, a number of potential suitors have popped up as being interested in acquiring Ducati. Audi has reportedly cut to the front of the queue to negotiate with Investindustrial.

Ducati Announces 2012 848evo Racing Contingency Program

Fri, 10 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Ducati 848evo racers rejoice. Today the company announced racing contingency programs for select series throughout the country. FreedomRoad Financial has partnered with Ducati and is offering substantial cash payments to race winners. Eligible series include CCS, CMRA, CRA, USBA, MRA, OMRRA, WMRRA, AFM and WERA, with cash payments equaling $300 for third place, $600 for second, and $1200 for first, payable via cashier’s check. Ducati and FreedomRoad Financial will support and follow racers with PR activities, including regular updates on

848 Challenge official race report: Assen

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Robbie Brown shared the race wins with a resurgent Darren Fry at Round Two as the Ducati 848 Challenge visited the Assen TT circuit, the first of its two overseas rounds this year.Championship leader Brown (Ducati Manchester) was on imperious form all weekend, but Fry (Hirebase/JHP Racing), still not back to full fitness following an illness that left him in doubt about riding this year, put in a performance that was reminiscent of the form that took him to the Challenge title in 2010.With a win and a second place this weekend Brown extended his lead at the top of the table, but in also picking up a win and second Fry is back in the game in second with six rounds still to go. Sam Coventry (Moto Rapido), new to the Challenge this season and quickly getting back up to speed racing a twin after his year away in Spanish CEV championship, bagged third in both races to leapfrog to third in the championship.A number of other riders were able to put in solid performances over the two dry race days to do themselves no harm in the championship; in particular Jack Keen (Team Havoc Racing) with a fourth and fifth, and another championship newcomer Sean Neary (MotoCorse UK Racing) who scored a seventh and sixth.Race 1 was something of a dramatic affair with a number of fallers on the first lap, including front-runners Mike Edwards (OHLINS@P&H Motorcycles), Mark Cheetham (Hunt Pie Machines) and James Folkard ( who came together at the first left-hander while battling for second place behind Brown. That left Coventry and Fry a clear track to chase down Brown, with Keen and Ed Smith (Ultim8 Racing) pushing hard through the field to close the gap.