2002 Ducati Superbike on 2040-motos
Ducati Superbike description
Description: This is an excellent running street legal Italian Import offered with the Ducati brand Rear Wheel stand and an additional Ducati fuel reservoir. It is a beautiful 2002 Ducati Superbike 748s that runs and handles any technical or non technical street excellently. The Decals are all reflective and look great at night. All lights are working well with no deficiencies. I do not to ride at this point in my life which is why I am selling it. There are pictures for all cosmetic deficiencies. Vehicle has been garaged it's whole life. Under a Maine State title.
Service: The vehicle received its full service last at the 9,000 mile mark, which included a new fuel line. In April of 2015 at 11,800 miles it received new front fork Showa shocks due to a leak as well as an entire fluid flush and refill.
History: I am the second owner of this vehicle which I purchased in 2011 from a Navy Chief Petty Officer who brought this back with him while on Tour in Italy. When he returned back to the states he had it modified to adhere to US Federal vehicle regulations. I purchased the vehicle in purchased in Kentucky, and it has moved with me my throughout Military changes of duty stations. It has been housed in TN, GA, CO, NH and now ME all while maintaining a NH Certificate of Title. It recently changed to a Maine state Title and is currently not registered as I do no want to pay anymore massive excise taxes on vehicles in the town of Waterville.
Buyer: A 500 dollar down payment within 24 hours and cash or a cashiers check at time transfer of bike is required. I am willing to transport the vehicle within an hour of Waterville, Maine (to include Portland). The buyer is responsible for pickup and transportation outside of that to include arrangement of shipping. I am willing to load it for shipment if need be.
***Please contact me with any questions.
Ducati Superbike for Sale
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