1980 Ducati 900SS
1980 Ducati 900SS
1980 Ducati 900SS

1980 Ducati 900SS

All original 1980 Ducati 900 SS with only 2400 miles.


Still wears its original Pirelli Phantoms (date code lines up with the build date of the bike.) It has original paint. It still has the factory safety wire on the cases, ensuring they have never been opened. The motor number and chassis number were confirmed with Ian Falloon. It has the original windscreen and original chrome lined rubber trim around it. It has the correct and original eggshell type paint on the fork legs with original marzocchi sticker, and has the original brembo lines and collar (dated 1979.) The previous owner purchased a new old stock solo seat and extra set of side covers and had them shipped from England. Those come with the bike. The bike also comes with its original velocity stacks and period correct Napoleon-style bar-end mirrors. 

The bike had never been titled except for it's original title from 1980, another indication of how little it had been ridden.

The bike starts up on one or two kicks and settles easily into a nice idle. Power is seamless with no hiccups. Unlike many 900SS, all signals and lights and all electrics work properly.

Brakes are strong and smooth, shifting is precise and easy. 

Truly does ride like a new bike. 

1980 Ducati 900SS
Ducati would use a older style water transfer sticker on paint, when you run your hand over the decals they are super smooth. No raised vinyl aftermarket stickers, pure vintage perfection.


  • 2400 Original Miles
  • Copy of Original Title
  • Original Tires
  • Original Paint
  • Fully Serviced and Sorted
  • Original Plexi
  • Factory case seal
  • Napoleon-style bar-end mirrors
  • K&N pod filters
  • Extra side panels
  • Original wheels




Every single bike I buy and sell, I personally go through—not someone else. I am the owner operator of my small business, and I take what I do very seriously.  I work on the bikes, I ride the bikes.

If you are serious about buying a true collector piece from someone who not only has a passion for these bikes, but works on them, rides them, and collects them then call me. Jokingly people say to me, “these bikes don’t seem so rare as there are so many in your shop” well... I consider myself a custodian for these machines, they should go to people who will love, and appreciate them.