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Bought this bike new in 2003. Offering it for sale only because I found a really nice piece of land that my wife and I have a chance to buy (I'm offering all my vehicles for sale -- first to sell goes until I raise the $ we need).

This is one of only 400 Bayliss bikes built for the world. The last of the 916/996/998 Ducati beauties. Each one signed by Troy Bayliss and painted in the racing livery of Bayliss' WSBK championship winning bike from the 2001 season (the 1st of his 3 championships).

Bike is flawless. Only ridden occasionally to keep things in working order. I kept it as a piece of Italian artwork.

$17k FIRM. No offers below $17k will be considered.
 

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Thanks.

I don't want to sell it.

I'm trying to buy a piece of land on a new golf course. Investment/retirement/vacation property. This would help raise the down payment money needed.
 

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Limited Time!

This bike is on the market again for the next 2 weeks.
$16,000 takes it.

I have an opportunity to buy something & need the $$. I must act quickly.
If I can't get the deal done in 2 weeks, I'll have no reason need to sell the bike.

Thanks for looking. :up:
 

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do the stickers come off?
They're factory applied under the clear coat. This is a Bayliss Edition bike. 1 of only 400 made for the world. If you plan to do anything to it, buy a regular 998.
 

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Back On The Market.

$15k takes it.

Must sell before Thanksgiving in order to complete my deal.
 

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What # bike is it?

I may be mistaken, but did this also come with the CF Termi's? I may be thinking of the 999R.

FWIW, to those who do not know about this bike, it is a collectors edition. Highly sought after, and stunning in real life. Modifying it would be, to an aficionado, sacrilegious. Not to mention, depreciate the value significantly.
 

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This is an excellent example of why I don't ride, or own motorcycles...

It is an awesome vehicle... and if I thought I could ride it without killing myself, I'd be all over it...
 

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Good luck. I had a 998 with full Termi, 996R ECU and 996R cams and very low miles. Had to settle for less then $8k. The market is not strong for the older Duc's with the newer ones selling for 2/3 the cost of what we paid back in 2002.
 
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