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Old 21-Nov-2006, 01:11 PM
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No 749 models for 2007?

Just been looking at the Ducati website and under the 2007 model range there's no mention of the 749 in any shape or form.

Have they been discontinued?
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Old 21-Nov-2006, 02:31 PM
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I thought i'd noticed that.

It would be good if they could give it a edgy update for 2007 and make it a totally seperate model from the 1098 "look". maybe oik it up to 850 or 851 as someone mentioned elsewhere.

if they have discontinued it then surely our second hand values can only go up, surely an imminent classic
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Old 21-Nov-2006, 04:36 PM
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i no there is no mention of the 749 range for next year but........i passed by Ducati Coventry today and they are doing good deals on the 749R at the min. brand spankers for 11500, not too bad. few 999R in to. they just sold one for 12k brand new with delivery mileage on. thanks to the 1098 i say!!!!
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Old 21-Nov-2006, 05:31 PM
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i no there is no mention of the 749 range for next year but........i passed by Ducati Coventry today and they are doing good deals on the 749R at the min. brand spankers for 11500, not too bad. few 999R in to. they just sold one for 12k brand new with delivery mileage on. thanks to the 1098 i say!!!!

I could be very tempted by a 749R.....that will be one well sought after bike in the future, as well as a peach to ride
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Old 21-Nov-2006, 05:35 PM
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I could be very tempted by a 749R.....that will be one well sought after bike in the future, as well as a peach to ride

you know that !

'specially the carbon one !!
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Old 21-Nov-2006, 05:44 PM
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P&H have a 2004 749R, with the Carbon fairings for 8500, was very tempted, better looking than the current model too
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Old 21-Nov-2006, 06:23 PM
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P&H have a 2004 749R, with the Carbon fairings for 8500, was very tempted, better looking than the current model too
Will they have it ready for you to bring along on sunday???
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Old 21-Nov-2006, 06:26 PM
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Will they have it ready for you to bring along on sunday???

that would mean trading in the RSVR, which would not leave me not very popular with a certain person, as the 749R is a single seater of course
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Old 21-Nov-2006, 06:28 PM
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748R - Less is more !
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Old 21-Nov-2006, 06:31 PM
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Don`t you have a Monster in your collection.

I do, but its only a wee one, not sure how it would do with 2 adults on it on a Surrey rideout, will give it a go sometime
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