It’s time for a new project, so my custom 2001 Ducati 748 is for sale.  I have been a fabricator and designer at Fuller Hot Rods in Atlanta for 7 years and this has been my personal project for the last few years.    This isn’t some wreck repair streetfighter.  My job is customizing cars and motorcycles, and sheet metal forming and fabrication are my specialties.  Everything has been done to improve the rider’s comfort and enjoyment. The custom exhaust and dry clutch make the best sounds that can come out of a motorcycle. With the moto bars and gel seat, you can ride this bike all day without the pains that the stock bike would give you. Nothing has been taken from the performance or speed, though. The 748 motor has plenty of torque down low but still loves to rev. Both, cruising on the highway and carving up mountains has been a blast. This bike has been a super reliable weekend rider and occasional commuter. The oil has been changed regularly and the bike had its belts and valves checked about 3k miles ago. The Trailtech gauge obviously doesn’t read the true mileage but it is around 13K at this point. The tires are practically new and haven’t even seen the mountains yet. This bike is a well-cared-for and looks great, but there are some small scuffs and scratches from being ridden. All lights, switches and turn signals work except the horn (which I just never put back on, but will give the new owner if they want it).  Too many mods to list so here are the big ones: Custom, hand-made aluminum tail featuring a bare section with brushed highlights Aprilia RSV1000 tail light V-Rod Headlight Tomaselli moto bars Marchesini Wheels Custom exhaust with Cone Engineering mufflers (amazing sound) Trailtech Vapor gauge with indicator light surround Ducati S2R front fender Custom under tail houses all electronics Speedy Moto frame sliders Porsche Guard’s red paint with pin striping Sargent gel seat

Price: Auction

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Location: Douglasville, Georgia, United States