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Discussion in 'Ducati Bikes For Sale' started by Rob, Jun 13, 2014.
950m! Theyre 35K new. TBH, it'd scare the shit outta me too.
£22k so far with 6 days to go
TBH it’s probably only worth his minimum to a purest if that at all, also to a chancer like me who just wants something that looks genuine and just wants to reminisce about owning the genuine article back in the day.
I sold my 851 for £5500 cash back in 1995 as I needed the money fast, took me 6 weeks to find the right buyer. I had a lot of tyre kickers turn up to view it wasn’t until a bloke turned up in an Alfa that I knew I’d sold it before he got out the car.
Someone said to me many moons ago all you need's one buyer for a sales completion & they're right.
1966 scrambler 250cc.
Test your metal with this little project.
That is the best style/shape engine Ducati made, look good on display in the lounge.
Or this Peter:-
Much better between the legs on some old dirt road as opposed behind the stationary sofa.
Ah - you mean the bike
someone had to....
Oh what dirty minds we've on this forum.
scammer strikes again..
Chris, are you tapping into my computer as i've just viewed that motorcycle...clearly ebay's safetynet doesn't work.
Mv Agusta Brutale, perhaps the alternative to a Ducati Monster.
resisted the urge to bid 2 mil but secretly hoping someone else might.
If you'd win the bid before it was removed from the listings , ebay would only just send you a Pay for your item now that's how fecked up their system's.
4 Ducati in total in case people haven't twigged:-
Chris, some people are just blinded by greed in life, there lies the problem.
He also cloned a Laverda advert that's been up for a while. Get tired of reporting these clowns
Local car shop: