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Stolen Custom Ducati X Posted [Jul. 1st, 2006|12:07 pm]
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STOLEN  DUCATI

 
900SS  CUSTOM STREETFIGHTER

1993 900SS Ducati



PLATE:  M 4 8 7 4 7 9

VIN:  Z D M 1 L C 4 N 5 P B 0 0 7 7 8 8


If found please call 911 or 800-824-7061


Stolen Ducati

Stolen from NW 10th and Marshal in Portland Oregon between 1 and 9 A.M.


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[User Picture]From: blackchurch
2006-07-01 07:17 pm (UTC)
It took 4 years to build, every tiny part had been lovingly touched and improved upon. It was also in a locked garage with TWO Kryptonite locks and locked to a water pipe that was immovable. There is a special place in hell for bike theives.
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[User Picture]From: baby_goat
2006-07-01 07:48 pm (UTC)
Did they just bust the garage lock and somehow cut through the Kryptonite locks? Why would someone put that much effort into stealing such a customized bike? It seems pointless.
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[User Picture]From: blackchurch
2006-07-01 08:02 pm (UTC)
To be honest it's not my bike, I'm not sure how they got past the garage door. The owner is a total wreck, he did everything right as far as locking it up goes. We don't know how they got through the locks, nothing was left behind! Unfortunately Ducati's have a reputaion for being expensive. Some people think that if you steel one it will have substantial street value. The paradox being that Ducati's are rare enough that they stand out. Some people have strange motives. Whoever stole it is going to have an impssible time taking it anywhere, this bike is one of a kind and every motorcycle shop will be able to pick it out a mile away.

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From: (Anonymous)
2008-12-23 11:03 am (UTC)

ducati 900 ss

Hallo,
I hope you can read this post.
I was browsing internet when I saw your wonderful bike.
Could you please describe me the "update" you did (mainly on the rear part of the bike, for example: did you modify the frame?) to get this result?
Thank you
Ragno (Rome)
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