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Old 26-Jan-2006, 08:38 PM
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\'92 851 on eBay

DK Spares (that well known purveyor of used Ducatis!!) is flogging an original looking 851. Not sure about the mileage.
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Old 26-Jan-2006, 09:32 PM
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Maybe they think that us Ducati freaks are so sad that we'll climb over ourselves in a frenzy to bid.
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Old 26-Jan-2006, 10:05 PM
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looks in good nik but note the tax disc out of date by 4 years?
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Old 26-Jan-2006, 10:46 PM
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but what about the 1990 851 SP (888) ????????? also on E-bay - (can't work out how to do the link thingy so you will have to look yourself.)
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Old 27-Jan-2006, 12:44 AM
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but what about the 1990 851 SP (888) ????????? also on E-bay - (can't work out how to do the link thingy so you will have to look yourself.)


THIS One, Also on Auto Trader
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Old 27-Jan-2006, 10:14 AM
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THIS One, Also on Auto Trader [/quote]



Well spotted Screwy……….. story on here about that one?

[Edited on 27-1-2006 by Charlie]
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Old 27-Jan-2006, 11:55 AM
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If it is an SP2, where are the Ohlins forks/floating discs?
Also the mirrors are later ones, it should have the round ones for that age.

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Old 27-Jan-2006, 12:01 PM
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That one on Ebay is not a SP.

Like Douglas has already said wrong mirrors (they should be round). If it is a 888cc then it has been bored out - dual injectors came later if my memory serves me right.

If it was a SP it should have a plaque on the head stock. Most early single seaters where just single seaters....

Nice looker BUT not a SP.

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Old 27-Jan-2006, 03:00 PM
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Its chassis number (ZDM85153-000700) relates to an 851. An SP will be 888cc and have an 'S' in the chassis number (ZDM888S*******)
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Old 27-Jan-2006, 03:06 PM
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THIS One, Also on Auto Trader



Well spotted Screwy……….. story on here about that one?

[Edited on 27-1-2006 by Charlie] [/quote]

Yep thats the one , I dont know why but it kind of rankles that he picked a few brains then went of and put it up for sale , But thats probably just me

Is it an SP ? Not a clue as info on the early SP is thin on the ground . My 89 851 Monoposto is an 888 but I,m pretty sure its just had an engine transplant rather than one of the 100 or so SP,s made iirc for an Italian home race series . I,m not even sure the first SP,s had a plate on the top yolk , Any experts about able to give a definative description of the SP1 ?
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