~ 1972 750 GT ~
(no longer for sale)

1972 Ducati 750GT - excellent condition!!
Vehicle Description

Ducati 750GT - An excellent condition early Ducati, this is the most desirable of the GT models, and the most comfortable of all the bevel twins……….The L-twin engine ranks as one of the most beautiful mechanical marvels of the '70s, yet its advanced design then keeps it a smooth, quick, and reliably usable bike today – not to mention strikingly beautiful .............. This bike has the best of the GT features: leading axle forks, stainless fender, steel tank, Borrani alloy rims, early European small taillight and license holder. The bike was refurbished 10 years ago, and remains in that condition now. The frame and all black pieces were stove-enameled, giving a higher gloss than powder coating. The rims, forks, engine covers are polished. Stainless steel spokes, and fenders and chain guard are highly polished. Dual cast iron discs give the bike stopping power that matches modern machines, with better feel. Lovely Conti mufflers are rust and dent free, and sound so much better than the replica Bubs. Carbs are upgraded to 32mm Del’Lortos from a Sport, and it has Pro Italia installed bronze valve guides and Dyna Electonic ignition. The paint is a deep oxblood red lacquer - no clearcoat needed for a fake gloss – it’s in the paint). Tires are Metzeler Laser front, Dunlop K591 rear, shocks are Progressive Suspension. This bike runs, handles, stops as well as it looks – everything works as it should, all work first-rate. I am selling this for the present owner as I am familiar with the bike when it was refurbished for the prior owner………………Has custom made external conversion to left hand shift, including swing out kick pedal, and semi-rearset pegs. All pieces are included to turn it back to original (a very easy bolt on, and all original parts are chromed and painted to match). The license plate reads "ART DUCO", can be used in California only, will not be included if shipped out of state.
Vehicle Condition

The left side cover has a small crack in the fiberglass and a chip of paint popped out approximately 3/16” diameter.
Terms of Sale

Please ask your questions before you bid, rather than after. Please do not bid unless you really want and can afford this bike. Winning bidder to contact seller within 24 hours by e-mail, send 25% deposit within 5 days, balance within 14 days of close of auction. Payment is to be sent via U.S. Postal money order or certified bank check. Shipping is at buyer's expense. Thanks for bidding!!!!!

Joe Yee [[email protected]]

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