Good spot Cagivaduc.
My 93 900ss started out life as a 750 ss. Been fully restored. Had the frame enamelled in white. Twin disks put on the front and wacked a 900 engine in. Brand new mikuni carbs and new decals all round. Had the wheels done in black as you can see. I do not have adjustable front forks though.
Quite right to mate! To me, the carbie SS´s look just as a Ducati should look, but then I am biased. Common as muck now the 1098´s I hear!Thanks guys for your kind remarks.
Over the last couple of days we have had some amazing weather in England. The local biker cafe was rammed yesterday. Lots of people walked straight past a 1098 to come look at my bike. Tee Hee.
Some better pics of my newly painted bike - in the snow.Bought July 2006 with about 4500 miles on the clock. My son crashed it about three months later. Most importantly, no damage to him!
No damage to the main frame, suspension, engine, etc. Lots of damage to lots of plastic, left switchgear, shield, front subframe, a tiny bit of damage to the tank, etc.
I have been collecting bits from eBay with the goal of having a complete new (used) set of bodywork to interchange with the old, repairable stuff for track days. With the aqusition of a used tank last month I met my goal. The silver paint is the old bodywork (before the crash), the red is the new PPG 473.101 with clearcoat. The front fairing is all one piece by Sharkskinz, which is extremely strong, well made and light.
Decals are from http://www.xtremedecals.com/