I bought this 2015 Ducati Panigale last year at a salvage auction and personally rebuilt it from the ground up with lots of attention to detail through out the process. It's super clean with only minor cosmetic blemishes. It was going to be my daily driver, but I ran into some snags reconstructing it and ended up buying another bike which turned out to be much more practical for a daily commute.
Here is the story on this bike:
While with the original owner, the bike had an engine failure at 2,500 miles at which point Ducati rebuilt the engine under warranty in April of 2015. So the engine has around 6,000 miles on it. The bike was totaled by the insurance company in the spring of 2016 and I bought it in July. In the process of reconstructing the title with CHP we discovered that Ducati had rebuilt the engine with race cases which did not have an engine number. In order to remedy that, Ducati fully disassembled the bike to remove the engine and had CHP issue and stamp a new number on the engine. So, in addition to me reconstructing it, it's been completely torn down and rebuilt by certified Ducati Techs. Now she's solid, better than new, and ready to go to a new home.
Comes with all the documentation to back up the story, a spare set of front forks (which I replaced due to damaged seals, might still be usable for a rebuilt), and the stock exhaust (which I replaced with a LOUDER one). Tags are good through September. Tires are race takeoffs with lots of street life (~75% left). 7,500 mile service was done by Ducati.
Priced to move, not negotiate at $10,500.