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2006 Ducati 999r Xexox Superbike on 2040-motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:11787 ColorColor: Red
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This is a true 999 R Xerox model with Carbon Fiber Body Panels. 11787 miles on the odometer. We bought the bike as a bank repo at auction and found the oil is milky and the top end is locked up from condensation. The motor does not run and will require a rebuild. Good project for the mechanically inclined with an opportunity to make some money. Clean California title in hand. KBB Retail value is $16585 and the other one currently posted on the trader is priced at $17999! Sold as-is for obvious reasons. $150-495 ships to most metro areas USA. We have special rates to the Western, Mountain, and Southern states. Call or email for a quote with your zip code. Shown by appointment only, please call first.

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