1974 Ducati 750 GT For Sale
- 1 owner bike -
Asking $19,999 USD
This 1974 Ducati 750 GT was purchased new by the seller at Hamís
Motorcycle Shop of Norwalk, Connecticut, in April 1974, and was
refurbished in 1991 with an engine overhaul by Reno Leoni and it
was repainted as well. The bike was refinished in bronze with
black accents and is powered by a rebuilt 748cc SOHC L-twin
paired with a five-speed transmission. Equipment includes a
Ceriani fork, a front disc brake, a BMW quarter fairing, a
bar-end mirror, a stepped two-up seat, dual DellíOrto
carburetors, and a chrome dual exhaust system with Conti
mufflers. Service in 2022 included replacement of the clutch,
brake shoes, and tires. This 750 GT is now offered with service
records, the original sales receipt, spare parts, tools, and a
clean Connecticut title in the sellerís name.
The bike was refinished in bronze with black accents and
features a BMW quarter fairing, a clear windscreen, a 4.5-gallon
fuel tank, a two-up black vinyl seat, folding passenger foot
pegs, and a center stand.
Borrani alloy rims measuring 19″ up front and 18″ at the rear
are wrapped in Bridgestone Battlax tires that were mounted in
2022. Suspension is provided by a Ceriani fork with
black-painted sliders as well as dual aftermarket shocks mounted
to the swingarm. Braking is from a Brembo disc with a braided
stainless-steel line up front and a drum at the rear, for which
the shoes were replaced in 2022.
A chrome handlebar fitted with a single bar-end mirror fronts
visored Veglia Borletti instrumentation consisting of a 150-mph
speedometer and a tachometer with an 8k-rpm redline. A Stewart
Warner ammeter is mounted in the fairing above. The five-digit
odometer shows 9k miles, which is said to be the amount ridden
since completion of the refurbishment. True mileage is unknown.
The air-cooled 748cc SOHC L-twin was factory rated at 57
horsepower and features a pair of 32mm DellíOrto carburetors
with screened velocity stacks as well as a kick starter and a
two-into-two exhaust system with chrome header pipes flowing
into upswept Conti mufflers. The engine is said to have been
rebuilt during the refurbishment in 1991.
Power is sent to the rear wheel through a multi-plate wet clutch
and a five-speed transmission with right-side shifting as well
as a drive chain with a chrome guard. The clutch, including the
basket and hub, was replaced in 2022.
seller states that a view of frame number 754303 stamped on the
steering neck is obstructed by the fairing mount.
SOLD SOLD SOLD
CT USA with a current CT title
This motorcycle is being offered for sale by the original owner
Asking $19,999 obo
- Lots of spares included
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