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    Default 749r

    Looking to buy a 749R. 2004 Mk1.
    Preferably as original as possible.

    No frills, trick bits and especially no engine mods.
    Gotta be Red

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    Good choice, good luck their out there.

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    I'm hoping it is a good choice - they look good but never ridden one. Did wonder about 999R but think 749R would be more suited for me.
    Just need to find a good one now.

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    Seriously, these where the first bikes Ducati made that made it easier to ride fasts intuitive

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    I've ridden the 996s & 1098 so hopefully they'll not be too much of a shock

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    I've remembered about this beauty in a local(ish) dealership down in Thirsk.


    Very pretty, I gave this a good looking over!



    https://www.teasdale-motorcycles.co....al_information


    but if coming down 'South' - how about this 999 beauty, in Newcastle-upon-Tyne?





    https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classif...istance&page=1


    Good luck

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    The one in Teasdales is the one that got me thinking I needed a 749R in my life (Note to self - never look in bike shops to pass the time on a rainy day)
    It does look good but didn't fancy the Termi exhaust tbh.

    The 999 is too blingy, I prefer Red only even though I know it's slower than yellow ones.

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