1977 Ducati 900 SuperSport

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Post-Sale Update: After 20 bids on eBay, this Ducati 900 SuperSport sold for $36,100.

The Ducati 900 SuperSport is a street-oriented successor to the classic, race-bred 750SS. Based on the non-desmo 860GT, Ducati added desmo valves, creating a beautiful bike that was as fast as anything else on the streets at the time.

Ducati 900 SuperSport - Right Side

The 900SS looked like a racer, and that reputation was helped tremendously when Mike Hailwood won the Isle of Man TT with a race-prepped model. The 864cc engine produced 70 horsepower, helping the bike attain a top speed of over 130 miles per hour. Collectors usually prefer bikes made after 1978, as the bike looked identical but it received several significant improvements.

Ducati 900 SuperSport - Front Left

This specific Ducati 900 SuperSport (VIN: DM860SS08692) has 9,500 miles and has been restored. The seller claims it runs beautifully and comes with “Baroni”, which I assume means Borrani, wheels.

Ducati 900 SuperSport - Gauges

Note that the last time we featured a 900SS, it was a 1982 model that sold for $32,500. Find this Ducati 900 SuperSport for sale in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with bidding up to $15,230 and the reserve not yet met

Ducati 900 SuperSport - Left Side

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