I've decided I need to move my 1000SS DS on to make room for another project. It's basically a 2003 1000SSie DS which I've converted to 1990's 900 Superlight bodywork, including the tank and Seat pad. The build thread is here: https://www.ducatiforum.co.uk/threads/1000ssie-ds-900sl-hybrid.84101/ I was very careful to ensure that the seat unit was positioned so the seat pad is in exactly the same place and height as the standard 1000SS was. So once on board it's exactly like riding a 1000SS, but you don't have to hide when you get off it because of the styling. It can be converted back to a standard 1000SS very easily as I was careful to ensure the frame etc was not modified, and if any bolt on parts needed to be modified I brought replacements to modify rather than use the originals. So it looks like a 900 Superlight, but has the benefit of: That lovely 1000CC Fuel injected Twin spark engine. The better looking Aluminium swingarm that a lot of 900SS owners crave. Ohlins rear shock. 5 Spoke wheels. It's currently on 11,600 miles. All the 1000SS standard bodywork etc is stored and will come with the bike. It needs an MOT on the 11th August so I will put a new one on it for the buyer if they get near my price. It will need a new rear tyre soon, so I will put a pair on for the MOT. I can also throw in a standard Rectangular Carbie SS headlight and front fairing panel if the Projector headlight is not to your taste. The standard bracket is underneath ready to swap if required. I'll even do it for you if needed. I can't claim it's cosmetically perfect, but has fooled lots of people at the likes of Loomies who think it's a 900SS I put a 1000DS engine in years ago. It has the standard flaky engine paint, but don't they all? There are only 2 standard 1000SSs I can find for sale at the moment, both with dealers, both with more miles on, and both priced @£5,990. Considering this one has a good Carbie SS tank which itself is worth £400, plus the Genuine Ducati Performance Remus Exhausts worth another £400, and Carbie fairings etc, I think £6,000 is a fair price. The bike is in Clanfield, Hants for viewing. I am looking for a Multistrada Enduro for my next project, preferably one that needs work due to crash damage etc.