No Reserve: 2007 Ducati Sport Classic 1000 Biposto

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This 2007 Ducati SportClassic 1000 has 3k miles and is finished in black with a matching frame. Power is provided by a fuel-injected 992cc L-twin paired with a 6-speed gearbox and equipped with a set of Termignoni pipes. It also features a Biposto tail section with a removable cowl, Marzzochi inverted forks, and a set of 17” polished wire wheels. Approximately 1,800 miles have been added by the seller during their 9 years of ownership, and the bike is now being offered at no reserve with a Pitbull rear stand, and a clear Georgia title in the seller’s name. The SportClassic range features styling reminiscent of Ducati’s early-1970s bevel twins, and the Sport 1000 features low-rise clip-on handlebars and a two-person saddle with a removable cowl. Ducati replaced the original ethanol-susceptible fuel tank under warranty. Inverted Marzocchi forks are mounted with Brembo brakes, and a traditional twin-shock swingarm is used for the rear. A set of replacement tires have been installed on the factory-installed 17″ wire wheels. Retro-looking gauges resemble the Veglia units used by Ducati over 20 years ago. 3,021 miles are shown on the odometer. Billet aluminum covers have been added for the clutch and brake fluid reservoirs. The 992cc Dual-Spark L-twin is fuel-injected and paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Factory-rated output was 92 horsepower when new, and this example is equipped with a set of matte black Termignoni slip-ons. The oil, brake, and clutch fluid have been changed within the last few hundred miles, and the original timing belts remain installed. The seller’s video is shown below.

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