Motorcycle's are a little out of Zoom's normal offerings but a good customer asked us to give it a whirl so here we go! We have used online sources for information so review entirely and reach your own conclusions! We are offering these as a pair, reach out for individual pricing. Ducati is best known for high-performance motorcycles characterized by large-capacity four-stroke, 90° V-twin engines, with a desmodromic valve design. Ducati branded his configuration as L-twin because one cylinder is vertical while the other is horizontal, making it look like a letter "L". Ducati's desmodromic valve design is nearing its 50th year of use. Desmodromic valves are closed with a separate, dedicated cam lobe and lifter instead of the conventional valve springs used in most internal combustion engines in consumer vehicles. This allows the cams to have a more radical profile, thus opening and closing the valves more quickly without the risk of valve-float, which causes a loss of power that is likely when using a "passive" closing mechanism under the same conditions. The 996SSP is a rocket on wheels. the owner states they just put turn signals on it so it was USA roadworthy. Here is some more info from an online source. The 2000 MY Ducati 996SPS has replaced the 916SPS, even though, displacement-wise, it is the same machine, the Italian engineers fitting the 916 with an 996cc engine from 1997. It boasts a maximum power output of 124 horsepower and 99 Nm of torque from its liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 996cc, 90-degree V-Twin powerplant that was paired to a six-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive. Also, it comes with an Ohlins fully-adjustable upside-down fork with TiN-coating, an Ohlins adjustable monoshock with a progressive cantilever linkage as a rear suspension, a full-fairing with a small windscreen, cast-magnesium wheels, a single seat, a digital instrumentation panel, an under-seat dual exhaust system and a Brembo braking system with dual front disc brakes and a single disc in the rear. The second bike is a 1995 900 Monster with 7124 miles. Here is some online info (via motorcycleclassics.com) info regarding the Monster...As Ducati’s best-selling model ever, the Monster has been described as “the bike that saved Ducati,” representing more than 50 percent of the output from Borgo Panigale between 1993 and 2014. The 1993 Monster’s engine came in 900SS tune producing 73 rear wheel horsepower. The single crankpin, V-twin engine used one belt-driven overhead camshaft per cylinder operating two valves via desmodromic followers. Fueling was courtesy of a pair of 38mm Mikuni BDST CV carburetors, and sparks from an electronically triggered Kokusan ignition system. A gear primary transmitted power to Ducati’s familiar dry multiplate clutch and 6-speed gearbox. As an integral part of the triangulated frame, the engine also carried the swingarm pivot in the rear of the transmission case. Said swingarm was fabricated in aluminum, with a rising-rate linkage to a single Sachs-Boge spring/damper unit with preload and rebound adjustment. At the front was the non-adjustable Showa 41mm upside-down fork from the 750SS. The 17-inch Brembo wheels and triple-disc brakes were from the 900SS.Equipment was intentionally minimalist (the Monster had to wait until 2000 for a tachometer!), with a single circular headlight and bolt-on handlebars. But it did include a removable seat cowl with a vestigial passenger perch underneath. Alan Cathcart tested one of the first Monsters for Cycle World in 1993 and concluded, “It’s been a long time since I’ve ridden a street bike which so succinctly encapsulated the fun-factor in motorcycling. This is a red-blooded street rod par excellence.” Rider magazine’s tester found little to fault except some stiction in the stiff, under-sprung front fork — though that was mitigated by the ease with which the front wheel could be lofted: “Front tire flat? No problem! Just wheelie home!” Call Hank at 201-317-9277 or email at email@example.com Offering both bikes as a package at 20000.00 reach out for individual pricing.