Early Ducati 900SS with right-hand side gear lever
Iconic blue and silver livery
Little use since rebuild
Clear frame and engine numbers
Duacti had found a winning formula in every sense with the bevel geared 750cc vee-twin. It was not only a proven race winner, it also rode beautifully on the road and looked as good as any bike had before (or since!), however, by the mid 1970s it was losing ground to the larger capacity Japanese machines so the capacity was increased to 864cc.
This new model named the 900 Super Sport retained the fabulous looks of its predecessor and the early models, like this one, even kept the gear change on the right hand side until mid 1976. The engine casings became squared and eventually the delicate Borrani wires were replaced by cast Campagnolo wheels in 1979. Mike Hailwood’s spectacular comeback win in the 1978 Isle of Man TT on a Ducati led to a commemoration ‘Mike Hailwood Replica’ model based on the 900SS and was to prove the most popular model of all the bevel twins.
This 1976 Ducati 900SS exemplifies the beauty, style and performance of a top café racer. Track proven performance, Italian flair, handling and that something that you cannot put your finger on but you know you want it! This bike was rebuilt a few years ago and has been used little since. The frame and engine numbers are clear and the mileage of 9130 is believed to be correct. This Ducati 900SS comes from a prominent UK collection and is available for immediate inspection.
Former NCR and Ducati employees Carlo and Amerigo Saltarelli's race bike. Expertly converted to ‘street’ by Giuseppi Squarcialupi at Squarcialupi Racing. Cro-Moly race frame. 1978 900 Desmo Super Sport tuned engine. 1979 Daspa frame and NCR bodywork. Lights, electric start, air filters, upholstered .....
he 900 S2 was introduced in 1983 to replace the 900SS. Buyers of the first model were offered a choice of electric or kick start, but not both, but most of those found surviving today sport the electric leg. The 84 S2 and MHR Mk4 were virtually identical in frame and engine, and both received the much .....
Arrival at the store of a Ducati 900 SS of 27 May 1977.
First-hand, 60 000 km, never opened, a beautiful patina, completely revised at the workshop.
Frame number: 087 192 (DM860SS)
Engine number: 086381
The Ducati 900SS is known the world over as the ultimate factory built café racer and with direct links to a world class racing program is was never going to disappoint. Following on from the legendary 750SS the model had the best possible start and these fabulous machines are now coveted by serious .....
Ducati 900SS S2
model year 1984
The last of the bevels, 2 owners from new, second one from 1987 who brought the bike the bike to NCR workshop to get it modified as you see it now: kickstart cases, big valves/carbs, 2into1 verlicchi exhaust, special body. 850euros just spent on service and just .....
DUCATI 900SS MHR
ORIGINAL FRAME/ENGINE PAIRING
VERY EARLY SECOND SERIES MHR
FIRST REGISTERED FROM NEW 01/02/80
FRAME NUMBER 900232 SO number 232 OFF THE PRODUCTION LINE
ONLY 7,000 GENUINE MILES FROM NEW
NEW PIRELLI TYRES FITTED
For sale a DUCATI 900 SS first Reg. 3.5.1991 in Italy. Bike had an full servis, incl new Belt/ Öl, tyres 99% Cain new, Breakpads 99% So all in all it is an very fine bike to ride away without any Trouble. It has done ca. 35K miles and Comes with ital. Documents. Bike can be deliverd to the south .....
This Ducati 900 SD (Darmah) is in very good technical condition.
Through the years, various adjustments have been made where you can drive through modern traffic in a pleasant way through modern traffic.
In short, a real driver's motor, perfect for the 80's Ducati experience.
Price in Euro's .....
First registered by Ducati dealer in June 2001, one owner since the.
Genuine 1924 miles since new!
Must be lowest mileage 900SS anywhere?
Always dry stored.
Has been well cared for and is totally standard.
Sadly not used, hence mileage and would suit enthusiast or collector.