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Old 19-Jul-2012, 03:33 PM
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Desmo Due Class B - Now SOLD

Desmo Due class B for sale. This is Nog's old bike and based on a 1994 vintage.

Looked after by Ducati Race Support recent belts service. New tyres a couple of days ago and passed its daytime use only MOT on Tuesday (17 July). Ideal for someone who wants to go racing, a low maintenance track day toy or for nice sunny morning breakfast runs.

The bike is in Canterbury and is offered for sale at 1,500. Now SOLD



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Old 26-Jul-2012, 06:01 PM
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New owner has unfortunately been refused a licence on medical grounds so this is back up for sale at 1,350. Enquiries to; shaun@blondz.co.uk

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New owner has unfortunately been refused a licence on medical grounds so this is back up for sale at 1,350. Enquiries to; shaun@blondz.co.uk

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Old 02-Aug-2012, 10:54 AM
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New owner would take 900 for this

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Old 02-Aug-2012, 07:21 PM
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Were there any issues (mirrors , stand, brake light?) to getting a day mot for a standard dd supersport, could be fun on any sunday as you say!


"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power". Abraham Lincoln ...53 horse power should do it
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Old 02-Aug-2012, 09:16 PM
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New owner would take 900 for this

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Any idea whereabouts the new owner lives? I could be interested.
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Old 02-Aug-2012, 10:20 PM
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Dorset but he has a good delivery guy who collected from me in Kent.

Shaun's email is shaun@blondz.co.uk

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Were there any issues (mirrors , stand, brake light?) to getting a day mot for a standard dd supersport, could be fun on any sunday as you say!

It didn't need mirrors or brake lights for the MOT and the minimum they insisted upon is a legal number plate, a reflector (seems daft if its for daytime use but those are the rules!) and an electrically operated horn.

The reflector fell off on the way home.......

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Dorset but he has a good delivery guy who collected from me in Kent.

Shaun's email is shaun@blondz.co.uk

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Thanks mark
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Old 03-Aug-2012, 06:01 PM
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It didn't need mirrors or brake lights for the MOT and the minimum they insisted upon is a legal number plate, a reflector (seems daft if its for daytime use but those are the rules!) and an electrically operated horn

Seems odd considering how piccy mot guys can be? Can I ask who the insurance was with, or did you not get that far?


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