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1974 Ducati 750 GT  ~  SOLD  ~
posted 5/7/2014 - sold 6/10/2014
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1974 750 GT For Sale

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1974 Ducati GT 750 that went through a custom ground up restoration two years ago.  The bike is amazing and will turn many heads as no cost was spared in the restoration.   I purchased the bike from the builder/dealer in Oregon and had it inspected and serviced to be ready for the riding season by AMS Ducati in Dallas, TX in April 2014.   AMS performed full tune-up, rebuilt front forks, changed oil and checked bike all over to ensure proper functioning.  Bike starts on first kick and everything works perfectly.  Only slight issue is a small paint chip on the front fender from an unqualified shipper.  The bike has approximately 750 miles since full restoration.

Engine

  • Rebuilt to original specification by the legendary Jim Robb.

  • Dellorto PHF30A carburetors completely rebuilt to new specs by Bevel Heaven.

  • Free flow air filters and new manual lever-type choke actuators.

  • New Dynatek S electronic ignition w/ ElectroSport regulator rectifier using MSD spark plug wires.

  • New fuel taps, filters and Cavis fuel lines.

  • Re-chromed head pipes, crossover pipe and nuts.

  • New-in-box Contis with Pa-Pi stainless steel clamps.

  • New SS style folding kick-start lever.

  • New gold chain, cush drive, rear sprocket and hardware.

  • Gear Gazer and K&N crankcase breather filter.

Frame

  • Powder coated gloss black.

  • New steering head bearings and steering dampener.

  • Powder coated swing arm w/ new pivot pin, bushings, grease zerk and end caps.

  • Powder coated center stand w/ chrome-plated spring.

Suspension

  • New front fork tubes from Franks Engineering.

  • Lowers rebuilt by Bevel Heaven and matched to new Works Billet Tracker rear shocks.

Wheels, Tires

  • Polished Borranis with stainless steel spokes and nuts built by Buchanens.

  • Pirelli Record tires.

  • New front wheel bearings and spacer.

  • New rear wheel bearings and seals.

Gauges

  • Gauges rebuilt and calibrated by Palo Alto Speedometer.

  • Custom one-off gauge mount fixture.

Controls

  • Tommaselli throttle and cables.

  • Universal left handle bar switch assembly (lights, horn, etc.).

  • Tommaselli clip-ons with bar end mirrors.

  • Polished aluminum rear sets and linkage.

Brakes

  • New Brembo dual-conversion kit with drilled rotors, calipers, pads, stainless braided lines, polished line brackets, splitter and master cylinder.

  • New rear brake switch and shortened cable to correct length.

Seat

  • One-off cafe-style seat upholstered in leather.

Lights

  • New Cibie headlight with yellow bulb.

  • All new relays.

  • New rear lens and bulb.

  • Compact front and rear turn signal indicators.

Miscellaneous

  • All new ignition switch, steering lock, one-off faring, Monza fuel cap, Isle of Man tax-stamp holder, frame ID plate, Voxbell horns, Sikkens gloss black paint and emblems.

  • New battery, cables, and maintainer.

Have all documents and receipts for the restoration.

The bike is currently in Dallas, TX

Asking $23,900            SOLD    SOLD    SOLD    SOLD

Marc Sullivan   Masullivan82@yahoo.com     214-458-0366

Shipping available through Bevel Heaven anywhere in the lower 48 states for ~ $703
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