1975 Ducati 750 Sport 12,834 miles. Same owner for over 25 years. In his words:
“I believe I’m the third owner of the ’72 Sport. I bought it from a Pro Italia Ducati mechanic who obtained it from the owner of a previous dealership where he worked. I have never run the Sport with the unfiltered velocity stacks that may have been part of the ‘race kit’.”
“The ‘750S was featured at the 2006 Long Beach Cycle World show with the then newly introduced Sport Classic, and at shown at the Ducati Museo at the Laguna Seca MotoGP around the same time. Ducati expert Ian Falloon told me it was one serial number from his personal Sport.”
“Both this bike and my 900SS were cosmetically restored in ’89-’90, as was the fashion before the current preference for “patina”. Stainless spokes, paint and polish, European style tail lights replacing the larger clunky looking ones for the American market. The Borrani rims on both are original and the engines have not been apart. Both still have the lead seal under the crankcase. The 750 has a later steel tank, painted to match. I have the original fiberglass tank, fortunately removed before it was ruined by modern ethanol gas. Also a fairing I believe was an original option.”
Offered at $49,995 it includes a rare fairing with all mounting hardware, original fiberglass tank, and Scarab brake disc with Lockheed master cylinder. Shown by appointment, international sales welcomed. VIN DM 750S 0755 88 130.