In the late 70s, Brook Henry (an Australian Ducati expert) started Vee Two and established himself as one of the world’s pre-eminent guys to make a Ducati go faster. In addition to a bevy of trick parts, Vee Two ended up creating a few bespoke models. One was the Alchemy, based on bevel head engines. Recently they’ve also made the Super Squalo, based on the 999S. But in the late 90s, Vee Two offered the Squalo, based on Ducati’s 900 twin.
The Squalo was offered as a kit, though you could order a complete bike directly from Vee Two. Total production was less than 100 units. The frame weighed 16.5 pounds, and the swingarm added another 10. Because of the kit build nature, there was a lot of variation between builds – the average complete bike was around 330 pounds.
This example was originally sold in Europe and has covered 8,750 miles over three owners. Find this Squalo for sale here on Raider Moto in somewhere in Europe – the sellers are offering the bike including shipping costs to Australia for $27,200, who knows how much it’ll be to get it to the US.
8-31 Update: Turns out there’s another one available that’s currently in Louth, England. The price is a much more reasonable $10,471 and you can find it