1980 DUCATI 900SS
THE Bike's STORY
1980 Ducati 900 Super Sport bought from the original owner and spruced up at Moto Borgotaro inc.
The previous owner had many bikes of which he made sure to not only run correctly but also ride correctly.
The 900SS here is no exception, the former owner did not want any issues so he had the motor redone at some point in the 90's to make sure he never had any issues with running or riding. He also had the front fairing mount reinforced as they can be prone to breaking.
As the new owner of this machine you will find in the box of goodies that comes with the bike; the original piston rings, extra valve half rings, spare cables, original petcocks, original manual, original tool pouch, original bevel cover (gear gazer currently installed) -
Overall this is a great rider with restored paint and redone motor, and terrific suspension... Not a show pony, bike starts runs and rides sweetly. She is ready to go.
1980 DUCATI 900SS DETAILS
- Frame #
- Engine #
- 12,239 miles
- One owner
- Excellent restored paint
- 40mm Carbs
- Conti exhaust
- Dyna coils (original coil pack included)
- Works Billet tracker shocks (from Bevel Heaven)
- Works fork springs (from Bevel Heaven) (original fork springs included)
- New gel battery
- Stainless brake lines
- Fresh service
- Newer clutch - (original included)
- Original wheels—VGC
- Original paint on frame—VGC
- Extended clutch arm (original included)
- New windscreen
PHOTOS BY: JAMES TYLER REED
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