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2005 Ducati Multistrada on mail.2040motos

US $69,000.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:267 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States
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Ducati Multistrada photos

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Ducati Multistrada tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Touring For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Ducati Multistrada description

                                              "BRUCE WILLIS" 
             OWN A PIECE OF  HISTORY  
                 MINT...MINT...MINT  


 ** HAVE THE ORIGINAL TITLE STILL         

               "BRUCE WILLIS" NAME


 **ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY**

    

         ONLY"267" ORIGINAL MILES

                VERY COLLECTABLE
                                    

    DOCUMENTED BY TITLE"ORIGINAL

 BIKE ON DISPLAY AT TRANS AM MUSEUM IN MIAMI FL


                 

            EXTREMELY VERY RARE FIND...2005 DUCATI DS 1000 MULTISTRADA  With Only "267" Original miles owned by SUPER STAR BRUCE WILLIS. BRUCE WILLIS Owned a private collection of motorcycle and this special Ducati was part of his collection. I am a private collector and in the entertainment business and was very fortunate and honored to acquire Bruce's bike.

      To document the authenticity of the bike and I am very fortunate the title still remains untouched still titled in Bruce Willis name this is extremely rare and is a tremendous value to the bike.  The condition of the bike is in museum quality condition especially being a 2005.  Bike starts right up as it should has a new battery. Bike comes with three different keys. The bike is 100 percent original. In person this bike is really cool looking and gets a lot of complements,, and what a driver this Ducati is Awesome.. a must see. The longer you hold on to the bike the more valuable it will be.

     There is no book value for this bike, as it is celebrity owned. Celebrity owned vehicle are a lot more valuable then and non celebrity owned item.  Just check out the auction results example a 1977 Smokey and Bandit car sold at Barret Jackson auction for Half Million Dollars because t was tied to Burt Reynolds. There is tremendous added value to this bike being celebrity owned not to mention the low mileage which is a added value and makes this make a "Once in a lifetime" opportunity. Do not let this Ducati pass you by. Be the only one in the world to own a Bruce Willis Ducati.. A must have....


   OWN A PIECE OF HOLLYWOOD HISTORY

If any question please feel free to call David 954 560 2466     




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