2000 Ducati Monster 750 with clean title and very low miles.
I got this bike as a barn find a year ago and completely rebuilt it. I got it because the frame wasn’t chopped in the back like every other Monster and it had some Tommaselli clip ons that make it look more like a café racer than a standard Monster.
When I bought this bike, the previous owner didn’t know the history but I wanted to make a cool café racer that is nimble, modern looking and doesn’t cost $10,000, so I purchased it, got to work and that’s my result.
Here is the work performed on the bike: New carbon exhaust cans with custom mid pipes. Both wheels are freshly powder coated in white and have new bearings. New tires front and back. Forks are rebuilt, new seals and 7.5 fork oil specific to Ducati. New custom seat cover (black suede with white stitching). New aluminum license plate holder coming from Ducati Race Department. Tank was de-rusted, the pin holes welded and the inside lined so it will hold gas without a leak for years to come. Carbs are cleaned in ultrasonic cleaner and rebuilt with new gaskets. After restarting the engine I realized it had a knocking sound when revving, so I swapped the engine for one that has 3,292 miles (coming from a bike that had a front end collision). New timing belts and tensioners so the engine is good for the next 5 years. New engine oil and filter. New paint on tank and front fender (paint on tank isn’t perfect as shown on photos). New brake fluid in both brakes and hydraulic clutch.New LED tail lightNew LED turn signals that blink at a normal paceNew mirrors that fit the bike aesthetics
All of that to say that it’s a turnkey bike, ready to be ridden.
The speedometer on the bike shows 1,798 miles but I make no guarantees on this (again, I don’t know the history of the bike prior to my ownership, but I do know the engine comes from a bike with 3292 miles).
The bike has been completely gone through and runs as it should, if you want a cool looking analog bike that works like new, this one is it.