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Lot 167: Ducati 600SS

Important Collectors' Motorcars & Motorcycles, Bonhams (16 June 2012)

Alongside its 8-valve, water-cooled, v-twin 1990s superbike - the 916 - Ducati offered a range of sports models powered by derivatives of the 4-valve, air-cooled twin that had been around since 1978 when it debuted in the Pantah. Cheaper to run and insure than a superbike, the 'SS' range came in three versions powered by engines of 600cc, 750cc and 900cc, all of which shared the same trellis-type frame as the 916 and similarly sexy styling. Relatively light (380lbs) and nimble, the 600SS was no sluggard despite being the 'baby' of the group, boasting a top speed of more than 120mph. The vendor has used this 600SS as a road bike for the last four years and describes it as quick, reliable and a pleasure to ride. Currently displaying a total of only 17,359 miles on the odometer, the machine is offered with service book (stamped to 1997), sundry bills and expired MoTs, owner's manual and Swansea V5C document.

Lot Details
Auction Important Collectors' Motorcars & Motorcycles
Bonhams, Oxford, UK
Lot Number167
Outcome SOLD
Hammer Price£860
Hammer Price (inc premium)£989
Condition rating
Registration numberL67 XHR
Chassis number000170
Engine number00218
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Engine - cylinders
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