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2000 Ducati Monster 900 - USD6,000


  • 2000 Ducati Monster 900 - USD6,000
  • 2000 Ducati Monster 900 - USD6,000
  • 2000 Ducati Monster 900 - USD6,000

Description

Price : USD6,000(Negotiable)
Date : May 13, 2018
Condition : Used
Year : 2000
Model : Ducati Monster 900
Bike Type : Cafe Racer
Mileage : 17000
Engine Size : 900
Shipping to : United States
Location : Fort Worth, TX, United States

One of the best sounding and looking Ducati’s out there! This has been my dream bike for the last 4 years but it’s time to pass it on to someone else.

I’m the 3rd owner of this bike and have put roughly 5000 miles on it putting it up to it’s current total of 17150 miles. Belts were changed 2000 miles ago and oil change was just done. Brake and clutch has also been flushed and bled within the last 200 miles and have an extra set of brake pads when they need replacing. Only part that is in need of replacing is the front tire which is definitely at the end of it’s life.

From what I was told, the original owner of this bike bought it brand new, and made all of the modifications before putting a single mile on it. A couple years ago I accidentally laid it over when my tire did the old slide and grab when I was accelerating from a stop and had to replace a handlebar and footpeg so had to do some research to find identical parts and found out the builder did not skimp on cheap parts. The custom parts are all high quality and even Italian made in many cases. Here’s a rundown of what I’ve found has been changed from factory parts:

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Clip on handlebars

Carbon Fiber ignition cover, side covers, belt covers, fenders and bottom cowl.

Rear-sets/Footpegs

Entire Clutch system

Fender eliminator

Mufflers (wish I knew what brand/model)

Seat upholstery

Mirrors

Frame buttons

I also just recently gave the tank and seat a new paint job to match the clutch cover. Always loved Iron Man so decided might as well go with the same colors! Got a couple decals ideas in mind but figure I might as well wait for the next owner to see what you want. I’m more then willing to use some of the proceeds of the sale to make a couple minor modifications for the next owner if they wish.

Along with the obvious great looks, the thing that officially sold me on this bike was the sound. I would attach a video but it would never do it justice. If you like the sound of motorcycles and more specifically Ducati’s, I guarantee you won’t be disappointed with this one.

It’s currently cleanly titled in my name for Washington state.


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