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2005 Ducati 749R

2005 Ducati 749R showing 42,165 km its just had a complete professional respray and is absolutely stunning.

The 05 model had the black boxed steel swingarm which was far stronger than the earlier model that had the cast Alloy.

The overall condition is excellent considering the milage.

Ducati 749R upgrades included titanium connecting rods, magnesium alloy valve covers, a shorter stroke, increased bore, larger valves, super lightweight crankshaft, high strength aluminum alloy pistons and remapped fuel injection all which allowed the 749R to produce more power and torque at higher RPM.

The specs are pretty impressive: 121 HP pushing 425 pounds. Fully adjustable Ohlins front and rear suspension.

Huge Brembo binders – a pair of 320mm disks squeezed by 4 piston radial mount calipers up front, and a 245mm disk mounted to a conventional (not single sided) rear swing arm.

Comes with full ADR compliance and brand new tyres.

Would be the cheapest Ducati R code in Australia.

Asking $19,950.00

Can offer Lay-by terms on this bike.

SOLD (August 2022)

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2003 Ducati 999S Testastretta

2003 Ducati 999S Testastretta in extremely nice condition, travelled only 18,344 km.

The S model has Ohlins suspension front and rear, Marchesini wheels and Ohlins steering damper, paint is in very nice original condition with no damage.

Will have new Bridgestone tyres, all electrics work.

Never dropped.

Has a an Evoluzone slipper clutch.

All lights and blinkers are LED.

Comes with owners manual, 3 keys and spare brake pads.

Comes with full ADR compliance.

The 999S is a future classic and is a lot of bike for the asking price.

Asking $17,950.00

Can offer Lay-by terms on this bike

SOLD (August 2022)

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1989 Ducati 851

1989 Ducati 851 white frame with a low original 22,972 km from new, paint is very nice condition, fairings are undamaged, has upgraded Marschesini light weight wheels, bike starts and runs excellent.

Original exhaust still in very nice condition, tyres are 70% tread.

All electrics work, comes with the original tool kit and 2 keys.

Very few 851s come up for sale these days, this bike is on the water from Japan and due late August.

Happy to take a deposit.

Asking $17,850.00

Can offer up to 12 months interest free Lay-by terms

SOLD (July 2022)

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1989 Ducati 851

1989 Ducati 851 white frame with a low original 22,972 km from new, paint is very nice condition, fairings are undamaged, has upgraded Marschesini light weight wheels, bike starts and runs excellent.

Original exhaust still in very nice condition, tyres are 70% tread.

All electrics work, comes with the original tool kit and 2 keys.

Very few 851s come up for sale these days, this bike is on the water from Japan and due late August.

Happy to take a deposit.

Asking $17,850.00

Can offer up to 12 months interest free Lay-by terms

SOLD (July 2022)

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2001 Ducati 748S

2001 Ducati 748S with 35,543 km and in exceptionally nice condition, Paint is excellent with no damage, tyres will be new Metzellers, has an expensive Yoshimura exhaust system also.

The S model had the lighter 5 spoke Marchesini wheels, gold titanium nitrite forks, improved frame with adjustable steering head angle, larger engine mounts, bigger crankshaft bearing bushes and new timing gears to match.

Comes with full ADR compliance and ready for registration in any state.

This bike is still in Japan and won't arrive until early April 2022.

Happy to take a holding deposit.


Asking $14,950.00

Can offer lay-by terms on this bike

SOLD (March 2022)

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1995 Ducati 900SS

1995 Ducati 900SS with 31,124 km is in super clean condition with no mechanical issues will be arriving early February.


Asking $12,450.00

SOLD (March 2022)

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1997 Ducati 916S

1997 Ducati 916S with 33,456km.  This model had the upgraded Ohlins rear shock and 5 spoke Marchesini wheels.

We also just had the wheels powdercoated and has near new Pirelli Diablo tyres. Brakes have been flushed and bled and calipers restored, starts runs and rides exellent.

The frame has some touchups and the mufflers have some pitting on the aluminium but apart from that its a beautiful bike.

Just had new air filters and oil change.

These 916s are getting very thin on the ground as every collector wants one.

Has full ADR compliance and is ready for registration anywhere in Australia.


Asking $24,500.00

Can offer Layby terms on this bike

(SOLD February 2022)

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2007 Ducati 1098S

2007 Ducati 1098S with original 26,052 km, the S model have full Ohlins suspension and steering Dampner.

This one is in excellent overall condition and due here late April.

Will come with full ADR compliance and new tyres.


Asking $17,850.00

Happy to take a holding deposit.

Can offer Lay-by terms also.

SOLD (February 2022)

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1993 Ducati 888

1993 Ducati 888 with an original 14,877 km from new would be a wonderful addition to any collection of rare sports bikes.

Following on from the legendary 851, the 888’s finest hour was in 1991, when American rider Doug Polen took 17 victories in the 26 races of the season to be crowned Superbike World Champion - a title he would retain with the 888 the following year.

This Ducati 888 is one of only 1,500 made and an excellent example of one of the most iconic superbikes in the marque’s history, which presents in beautiful condition throughout.

Its engine is a 100hp 888cc L-twin Desmodromic four-stroke, coupled to a six-speed transmission.

Never crashed or dropped its in stunning condition and are like hens teeth to find for sale these days.

It's had a partial restoration with a full professional repaint. The Ducati plaque on the steering head has the matching serial number of the bike, also has an Ohlins rear shock upgrade, SPO Swingarm brace and original Ducati upswept exhaust system.

Comes fully serviced with new timing belts, oil and coolant changed, new brake lines and fluid, Michelin tyres are 80% tread but are a few years old.

Has new battery, all electrics work, see the video posted of it running.


Asking $28,500.00

Can offer lay-by terms on this bike

SOLD (January 2022)

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2001 Ducati 748R

2001 Ducati 748R in factory yellow livery, very nice overall condition and only 22,750 km, this is the revised version with full Ohlins suspension and carbon fibre extras.

The R models are fast becoming unavailable.

Still in Japan and due here in early April


Asking $25,500.00

Happy to take a deposit

SOLD (January 2022)

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1971 Moto Guzzi V7 Sport

1971 Moto Guzzi V7 Sport with an excellent ownership paperwork trail, the bike is number 157 of the first production series.

The design was the work of the famed Lino Tonti, whose brief had been to create a bike weighing no more than 200 kg and capable of at least 200 km/h.

It was a successful effort, too. Tonti fulfilled his brief and, in keeping with the café racer idiom, the V7 Sport had a low and rakish profile, with clip-on handlebars, racing seat and a sweeping flash of exhaust pipe. A large transverse-mounted V-twin of 750cc bulged out of the lightweight frame, enhancing the powerful, muscular look of the bike. As was fashionable in the early ’70s, the V7 Sport was given further appeal by the range of eye-catching metallics in which it was offered, set off with timeless stainless mudguards.

Even Mike Hailwood, who declared it ‘the best street bike he has ever ridden’. However, it was also the most expensive superbike on the market making it a covetable machine today.

This example was originally sold new in the Netherlands and the original registration is still with the bike. Although the registration is from 1972 I believe this to be a late 1971 built bike according to the frame number.

It had one long time owner up until 2018 when it was imported by Hazeltons Bikes in NSW.

It was recently recommissioned after 4 years in dry storage and now has electronic ignition, a new battery and new front tyre.

At roughly 35,000 km the engine, gearbox and driveline were overhauled and was upgraded to 850cc. The milage is currently 43,729 km.

It now runs very strong and has no engine noise and doesn't use any oil.

The bike is still in original paint that does have some patina, the chrome is also original and in above average condition with some minor pitting on the headlight only.

Seat cover is original but does have some tears on the bottom, there is a new seat cover for it but I held off replacing it as the new owner may want to leave it in its original condition.

Other upgrades are KONI rear shocks and aftermarket CONTI style mufflers.

The overall condition is excellent and the BORRANI rims are unmarked. It's a real time capsule and will be a great addition to any Guzzi collection.

Very rare to find a first year V7 in this condition. All electrics work and it starts and rides excellent.


Asking $28,950.00

Can offer Lay-by terms on this bike

SOLD (January 2022)

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1999 Ducati 996

1999 Ducati 996 with only 14,512 km from new, another Ducati time capsule its in stunning original undamaged condition.

The paintwork is original and in excellent unmarked condition, also mechanically faultless as you would expect for such a low milage bike, it starts straight up and runs smoothly and it rides and shifts through all the gears.

The 916, 996, 998 series of Ducati's are drying up at a very fast rate worldwide as their collectibility as one of the best Ducati's ever made increases.

Comes with full ADR Compliance and ready for registration anywhere in Australia.


Asking $17,950.00

Can offer Layby terms on this bike

SOLD

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1983 Ducati Mike Hailwood

1983 Ducati Mike Hailwood with only 18,288 km but still had a partial restoration including

1) Rear shocks rebuilt

2) Re chroming of the original Conti exhaust system, Headlight, instrument bezels, clip ons, kick start lever and gear lever

3) Wheels Powdercoated in Prismatic gold

4) Brakes rebuilt front and rear with new brake lines

5) New Metzeller tyres

6) Professional full repaint including new decals

7) Engine cases have been polished

All electrics gone through

9) New battery

10) Carbs rebuilt

11) Full oil service and tuning.

Starts 2nd or 3rd kick and runs and rides like a new bike.

The front fork tubes do have some pitting above the travel area and lower legs could do with some touchups but thats the only negatives.

This is the last of the kick start models and is an extremely nice well sorted Hailwood Replica.


Asking $31,850.00

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SOLD (December 2021)

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2004 Ducati 749R

2004 Ducati 749R with only 9,401 km and in stunning condition, has been painted in the Xerox colours.

The R model received upgrades included titanium connecting rods, magnesium alloy valve covers, a shorter stroke, increased bore, larger valves, super lightweight crankshaft, high strength aluminum alloy pistons and remapped fuel injection all which allowed the 749R to produce more power and torque at higher RPM.

The specs are pretty impressive: 121 HP pushing 425 pounds of carbon fiber shrouded madness. Fully adjustable Ohlins front and rear suspension.

Huge Brembo binders – a pair of 320mm disks squeezed by 4 piston radial mount calipers up front, and a 245mm disk mounted to a conventional (not single sided) rear swing arm. Did I mention the full carbon fiber bodywork.

This bike is still in Japan so about 8 weeks away and includes full ADR compliance with new tyres.


Asking $22,950.00

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SOLD (December 2021)

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1995 Ducati 916 Senna Edition

1995 Ducati 916 Senna Edition with only 13,341 km from new and is in stunning overall condition with virtually no chips or scratches to any of the body work or wheels.

This one has the upgraded Termi exhaust system.

You also get one of the coolest paint schemes seen on a Ducati with metallic gray and black with red wheels, and the Senna decal kit to finish it off.

First presented at the Bologna Motor Show in December 1994, the 916 Senna was a special edition to commemorate Formula 1 World Champion, Ayrton Senna, an avid Ducati enthusiast who endorsed its release shortly before his death in May 1994.

At the time, the project was facilitated by the fact that Claudio Castiglioni, Ducati's owner, was a personal friend of Senna's. In total, between 1995, 1998 and 2001, Ducati released three "Senna" editions and, in every instance, net proceeds were donated to the Instituto Ayrton Senna charity.

This Ducati Senna has been well looked after by the previous owner and the paint is near faultless.

Build number 283 of 300 made makes this machine a super rare must have in any Ducati collection.

We have done the oil Filter, brand new Pirelli Diablo tyres, new Fuel Filter, Hoses and inner fuel lines, brake fluids flushed front and rear, air filter replaced, new battery, air box cleaned, fuel tank cleaned. Comes with original mufflers and tool kit.

Starts and runs like it should and needs nothing but a new home.

Asking $39,500.00

Can offer Layby terms on this bike

SOLD (December 2021)

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2003 Ducati 749S

2003 Ducati 749S in very nice overall condition, travelled 33,272 km and has been well cared for, tyres are near new and has an upgraded 2 into 3 MIVV stainless exhaust system which looks quite and improvement over the stock muffler.

The S model was differentiated from the base via fully adjustable Showa suspension components, TiN surface-coated fork tubes, and some additional carbon fiber. On the engine side, an increased compression ratio and a 500 RPM bump in redline boosted output from 108 HP to 116 HP.

This bike is one of the S models, which makes it more rare than the base 749 models. There was a great outcry when this generation of Ducati styling was first released, but time has been relatively kind to the Terblance-era superbikes.

This bike is still in Japan and will be here in late February.

Happy to take a holding deposit.


Asking $15,950.00

SOLD (December 2021)

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1995 Ducati 916 Varese

1995 Ducati 916 Varese

Already one of the more rare and iconic Ducati motorcycles, this bike is one of the 2,663 916’s to be hand built in the Varese factory due to a fire at the assembly line in Bologna. The 916 led Ducati to 4 World Superbike Championship victories in ’94, ’95, ’96 and ’98

There is an interesting wrinkle to the 916 story, and one that makes this bike even more special. In 1994 Ducati was ramping production of the 916 to meet with unprecedented demand (most 1995 bikes were build in the latter part of 1994) – the rumor is that every first-year 916 in the US was spoken for before it ever left Italy. The factory in Bologna was running at full song. But a tragic fire (which started in the paint shop) shut down the production line at an inopportune time. Scrambling to continue building the most important motorcycle in Ducati’s history, manufacturing was relocated to the Cagiva-owned MV Agusta factory in the city of Varese. Here, approximately 2,663 Ducati 916s were assembled (predominantly by hand) to keep the dream alive.

The Varese built bikes were said to have several upgrades like Pankl conrods, the programmable P8 ECU from the earlier SP5 race bike and an assortment of other items not fitted to the Bologna bikes, most of which had the Cagiva logo stamping like the fuel cap for example.

This particular bike was sold new in the USA and is one of the last to be built in Varese, shows an original 14,740 miles, its in extremely nice condition overall with just a small scratch on the rear cowl, tyres are Pirelli Diablo with 90% tread, starts and runs and shifts through all the gears, its just had an oil and fluid change.

Definitely a rare and collectible bike.


Asking $24,500.00

Can offer Layby terms on this bike

SOLD (December 2021)

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2003 Ducati 999R Fila Edition

2003 Ducati 999R Fila Edition was created to celebrate Ducati's 200th win in the World Superbike Championship, achieved by British rider Neil Hodgson on the 18th of May, 2003 at the Monza circuit.

It comes with a livery virtual identical to the official one, and limited to 200 units worldwide. Also, is has an improved power output, managing 146 horsepower, instead of the 139 produced by the 999R. Other changes from the production model include carbon fiber side and upper fairings, magnesium head covers and headlight support, WSBK-inspired braced swingarm and forged aluminium wheels.

This example is number 50 of 200 and is in beautiful condition throughout, just the front LH FILA decals has a piece missing so easy to change it.

Only travelled 14,,328 km it had a full service at 12000 km including belts, oil, fluids and filters, the rear shock was also rebuilt.

Its just had new tyres and full ADR compliance and can be registered anywhere in Australia with just a roadworthy.

Comes with 3 keys and warranty card plus tool kit.

This is a true collectible grade Ducati.


Asking $42,500.00

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SOLD (November 2021)

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1995 Ducati 900SL Superlight

1995 Ducati 900SL Superlight in exceptionally nice condition with a documented 35,465km. Very desirable in this colour and not many around in this condition, very early build #008, paint is original, tank is unmarked, the RH side fairing has a small rub mark near the blinker and some scratches lower down see photos, rear seat cowl has a small crack at the rear but thats pretty much it.

Has upgraded performance carbon mufflers also.

We just powder coated the wheels and put new Metzeller tyres on it, also rejuvenated the front carbon fender.

With the price of the base model 900SS pushing $13,000.00 for a nice example and not available in yellow the Superlights are becoming very sought after and harder to find a good one.


Asking $16,350.00

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SOLD (November 2021)

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2004 Ducati 999S Testastretta

2004 Ducati 999S Testastretta in extremely nice original condition, travelled 29102 km the S model has Ohlins suspension front and rear, Marchesini wheels, carbon rear hugger and chain guard, paint is in very nice original condition with no damage except for a couple of scratches here and there which I have photographed and attached below, Seat has a small tear.

Has Pirelli Rosso Corse Tryes with 80% tread, new battery, all electrics work.

Never dropped.

Comes with full ADR compliance.

Starts, runs and rides smoothl.

The 999S is a future classic and is a lot of bike for the asking price.


$17,850.00

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SOLD (November 2021)

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2006 Ducati Sport 1000 S

2006 Ducati Sport 1000 S with only 8,348km.

Ducati built these in limited numbers to pay tribute to the 1974 750 Sport.

This bike is still in Japan but will be here early 2022.

Comes with full ADR compliance and can be registered in any state with just a Roadworthy.


Only asking $18,950.00

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SOLD (November 2021)

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1989 Ducati 900SS Cafe Racer Custom

1989 Ducati 900SS cafe racer custom build with original 15,022 km before the mods. Has USD forks from a 900 Superlight and Brembo calipers and discs.

Wheels recently powdercoated white, custom headlight fairing, rear solo seat cowl and carbon slip on exhaust.

Paint is a solid 8.5 out of 10 with no visible damage anywhere.

All electrics work, seat is like new, engine has no oil leaks and it starts and runs nice ( scroll down my page to see the video of it running)

Has twin Mikuni Carbs in place of the original Webers.

Tyres are 80% tread.

Very affordable entry level vintage Ducati that qualifies for club Rego Australia wide.


Asking $11,750.00

Can offer Layby terms on this bike.

SOLD (October 2021)