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1974 Ducati 750 GT
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1974 Ducati 750 GT

This is a 1974 Ducati 750GT that I purchased in late 2005.  It has a clean NJ title and is currently registered.  The bike was purchased in California, and was represented to me that the tires, chain, sprocket, clutch, and brakes were recently replaced or rebuilt.  I provided documentation to the seller, so he could “de-register” it from CA at that time.

Soon after, I had the steel bodywork repaired and repainted in its original paint scheme.  The bike was re-wired with a new harness.  Tank and side cover badges are reproductions.

This bike retains its original four fuse fuse box, but I bypassed the master fuse with an inline fuse holder for safety.  This simply uses male bullets and can quickly and easily be removed if desired.

The bike was serviced in late 2014, including replacing a worn bushing for the kick starter shaft, and replaced the worn seal.  The oil was changed, new tires and tubes were installed, and the carbs were rebuilt.  The bike runs very strongly, and I am not aware of any mechanical issues.

For the 9+ years I’ve owned the bike, it was always garaged and well-maintained.  However, this is still a 40 year old motorcycle, and there are some cosmetic issues.  I will try my best to fairly and completely describe them:


·        Rims/Spokes are Radaelli and probably original.  They are steel and there is some oxidation visible.

·        Front brakes were modified with dual Brembo disks.  This was a period upgrade.

·        Seat was recovered and does not have the “DUCATI” logo on the back.

·        The stock handlebars and clamp were replaced.

·        Rearsets were upgraded with Dr. DESMO billet controls. 

·        Oil drain plug was cross-threaded when I acquired the bike.  This was repaired with an insert.  Oil dipstick was recently replaced.

·        Two fins are missing on horizontal cylinder near sparkplug opening.  Since this happened before I purchased the bike, I do not have the broken pieces.

·        Smiths speedometer was replaced with NOS. Bike’s mileage is unknown.

·        Most rubber/plastic parts were replaced due to age, including grips and kickstand rubber.

·        Instrument cluster is a reproduction part.  Brackets and indicator lights are original.  Neutral switch and turn signal indicators are not wired.

·        Has original Conti exhaust.  Chrome is 40 years old.  There is some rust from water sitting between the cans and the mounting brackets.

·        Shocks are Konis, and are slightly too long for the bike (~1 cm / ˝”).

·        Ignition was updated with coils.  Lock was replaced with NOS.

·        Small dent on the top of the front fender.

·        Headstock lock key is missing.

I’m selling this bike simply because I’m using it less and less, as I’ve acquired other motorcycles.  It is a great bike, as is, or with a little attention can be made into a stunning show piece.

I can help with shipping, and will ship overseas, provided all costs (shipping, crating, lock, straps, etc.) are borne by the buyer.  Please understand that I work full time, which may limit my ability to help.


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