2010 Ducati Hypermotard on ns1.2040-motos
Ducati Hypermotard description
This is a 2010 Ducati 796 Hypermotard and I am the original owner. I purchased the bike new in December of 2011, but it didnít hit the road until spring of 2012. It was used strictly as a commuter bike to the gym and local errands. Never dropped or crashed. No racing, wheelies, stoppies, etc. Everything on the bike is original including the tires, chain and clutch. I challenge you to find a thing wrong with this bike. Zero blemishes on the plastics. Fresh oil change last fall. As of now the bike has just over 3450 miles, but it may have a little more since it still gets ridden. I have other bikes as well hence the low mileage. Clear title in my hand.
TERMS: $500.00 non-refundable deposit due via PayPal within 48 hours of winning the auction. Balance due within 7 days after the end of the listing. Balance can be paid in person by cash or bank draft. The bike will not be released until funds are verified. If the bike is sold to someone locally we will be visiting the deputy registrar to transfer the title.
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