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Ducati 750 Sport  ~  SOLD  ~
posted 5/24/2022 ~ sold 6/13/22
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1973 Ducati 750 Sport SOLD (titled as a 74)
18,981 original miles.

Engine # 75296X  Frame # 75324X

1st owned by Atlas Cycle in Oklahoma who installed the half fairing on this and two other 750 Sports they had in inventory. Now the 3RD owner since 1996.

Always properly stored. This is owned by a rider, not a garage queen. The 18981 miles on the odometer are original. Fresh tune, fresh fluids always had non ethanol fuel in the tank. This has been part of a 30 plus bike collection and has never seen the light of the internet. The bike has never been raced, crashed or down.

748cc round-case L-twin with Dell’Orto induction and a 5-speed gearbox. Factory AP Lockheed front caliper and single disc.

The 748cc round-case L-twin was developed by Fabio Taglioni. Compared to the 750 GT on which the bike is based, the Sport specification features a higher compression ratio, larger carburetors, and freer-flowing heads. Each of the overhead camshafts are driven by a set of bevel gears, and traditional valve springs are utilized. Ducati twins would not adopt Desmodromic valve train until the release of the 750SS in 1974. Black side cases were installed by the factory. This is the original engine that has never been opened. Yes, the valves have been adjusted and always maintained. Fresh carb rebuild & sync.

These round case 750 Sport models feature Veglia-Borletti gauges, including a 10k-rpm tachometer and a 240-km/h speedometer. Borrani aluminum rims measuring 19” and 18” in diameter are laced to a set of factory hubs with stainless spokes. The tires are fine but old and would recommend new tires for safe riding. This has been part of a very proper collection of Italian collectable motorcycles.

There are no test rides, we will start it for you during your inspection as the investment is too high. If you are a serious collector or rider, I am sure you understand. This is a very rare collectable that has been owned by the correct adult rider for years.

All records since 1996, always serviced and stored in a proper humidity-controlled man cave on Whidbey Island, Washington State USA. Clean title and registration for easy export.

Asking $32,000.00 serious only please. Very rare opportunity.

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