2010 VERY SPECIAL Ducati 1198 R CORSE For Sale

£44,950 As stated

Price £44,950As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Motorcycles
Make Ducati
  1198 R CORSE
Year 2010
Mileage 4,321 Miles
Country United Kingdom
Region Yorkshire
Town Thorne
Telephone 01405 457359
Status Trade
  11-Jun-2021
Ref C1349961
FINANCE AVAILABLE! Very rare does something so special ever come on the market. This is a must for any serious collector and must be seen to be fully appreciated. The 1198 R Corse Special Edition marks the historic introduction of a new Ducati Corse logo and features a factory team-style aluminium fuel tank, bold Corse colour scheme and a race kit. This bike has come from a friend who has a private collection and has only ever been cherished.
Original exhaust system, original bike cover, Service History - its all there. For a more detailed list please see the Ducati write up - - details above. The 1198R Corse is believed to be one of just 68 examples making the range one of the lowest manufactured special editions Ducati have ever done, second only to the Super-mono! The Corse was described on production as 'not just a replica, but the real deal' and came closer than any other model of its time to a complete race bike for the road. Aesthetically, the bike is absolutely stunning, featuring the iconic Corse livery with its exposed Aluminium tank which not only looks beautiful but also provides a 1kg weight reduction. Along with the titanium engine components, carbon fairings and full titanium Termignoni system this makes for an extremely light machine!
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