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1974 Ducati 750 GT  - SOLD -
posted 12/28/2010 - sold 2/7/2011
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1974 Ducati 750GT, Serial number 756102, 6879 original miles.

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I bought this bike from some Harley guys who stored this bike for many years. It had just over 5,000 miles when I bought it but was rough from having been left outside early in its life (not by the Harley guys). I got the bike running and rode it about 1400 miles before restoration. It ran great and is even better now. Restoration took place in 2010 and has been ridden only about 100 miles since.

This is a cosmetic restoration on an original bike. The bike was intact and unmolested when I bought it. Engine case lead tag is intact but I removed the heads to replace the O-rings and check on things. All is well and only one valve needed adjustment (screw adjusters).

Paint was matched to a side cover that had never seen sun and is spectacular. Pin striping is by hand (Harley head of graphic design) in the proper "dirty" white. All chrome is new, new SS spokes and polished Borrani rims (original steel rims go with bike). Conti mufflers are originals re plated. There is a slight crease where there was a welded repair on the right one but not noticeable. Seat is new with proper heat set, simulated stitching. Original rubber grips were used because they are such an unusual design. They have cracks.

Mechanical work includes NOS caliper, rebuilt master, Bevelheaven.com SS brake line and green pads. Wheel bearings, cush bearing and headset bearings are new. Dyna ignition installed and original points go with bike.

O-ring chain and new rear sprocket from Bevelheaven.com  Forks were cleaned and rebuilt with progressive springs and new seals. Rear shocks were cleaned and refilled.

Comes with original owner's manual and clear Wisconsin Title.

Deviations from stock are: pod air filters, missing choke lever and cables (flip up choke on horizontal carb works great) and Borrani rims, which are correct size. Turn signals have been removed for esthetics but come with the bike.

This bike runs great, looks great and sounds great. It starts easily on one or two kicks. See YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FiuG-2X5qM and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BR0gsSH-hQ&NR=1 It is a museum quality bike.

Bike is in Milwaukee, WI.

Thanks, Russ Whitford    veloce192@sbcglobal.net     SOLD   SOLD   SOLD   SOLD

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