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1975

Ducati

750

Sport

60'000
in CHF
ducati 750 sport 1975 (01)

First registration

KM

51'800

Price

60'000
in CHF

Engine size

748 ccm

Cylinders

2

Power

68 PS

Body

Doors

Seats

Exterior colour

Interior colour

MFK

Description:

Ducati 750 Sport

First registration 06.1975

Year of construction 1974

Chassis no *7565XX

Matching numbers

Swiss road registration with veteran entry

 

The Ducati 750 Sport offered here is one of the most sought-after Ducati models. It comes from a large motorcycle collection with a focus on Italian machines, has matching numbers and is in beautiful, well-maintained and original collector’s condition.

Ducati’s first road-legal V-twin – the 750 GT – was designed by the legendary Fabio Taglioni in 1971. Since Ducati did not have the same financial resources as its Japanese competitors, the company made the best of what it already had and created one of the best motorcycles of the post-war era. Once again, Ducati’s ingenious engine inventor Fabio Taglioni came up with a sensational design: with a confident brushstroke, he cut the then hapless V4 engine in half and created the V2 engine with a 90° layout, initially with 750 cubic capacity.

The 90-degree layout ensured exceptionally smooth running and a long wheelbase, which enabled Ducati to achieve a series of victories in the Formula 750, starting with Paul Smart’s famous win in Imola in 1972.

The 750 Sport was based on the original 750 GT Tourer and was a more exciting beast, backing up its stunning appearance with a performance upgrade. The Sport was only built until 1974 and received minor changes to the front forks and disc brakes, but was otherwise barely changed and was only sold in the classic yellow and black livery. The 750 Sport is the first of a whole series of sporty Ducati V-twins and is also a true milestone. It is much rarer than the later Mike Hailwood Replica, for example, and is one of the most sought-after Ducatis ever.

The arrival of the 750 Sport coincided with the rise of the “café racer” movement in the USA and immediately gained a large following, including the editors of “The Wonderful World of Café Racers”: “The bike’s handling is so stable that clumsiness becomes mere mediocrity, mediocrity rises to competence and competence evolves into sheer finesse when cornering.

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