After the iconic Ducati 750 Supersport (aka Greenframe) the next most sought-after round-case is the 1974 Sport, then the 750 GT. While today a Supersport commands up to 300kAUD, Sports are nearing 100k AUD, which makes the GT’s exceptional value given they are basically the same bike (Sport). Today (2017), the highest recorded sale of a 750 GT is circa 48kAUD, which suggests the GT has some catching up to do.
This particular 750 GT is truly spectacular, having undergone a complete restoration to a very high standard in 1998. Awarded “Best Bevel Drive Ducati” at the Festival of Italian Motorcycles in Victoria, 2006 and 2008, this is arguably one of the best examples in Australia.
Meticulously maintained by the current owner since 2006, this bike was previously owned & restored by well-known Tasmanian bevel enthusiast, Patrick Haar, during the 1990’s. The bike comes with its factory original Ducati owners handbook from the 1970’s and still presents beautifully. Currently on Victorian club registration and previously fully registered in Victoria.
Smith’s Instruments rebuilt
Scarab Master Cylinder
Lucas Rita Electronic Ignition
Borrani Rims with stainless spokes
Two Pac paint work
Dellorto 30mm Carburettors
Twin disk Brembo front discs
Twin Scarab Brake callipers
Original Conti mufflers
Original Aprilia switches
Marzocchi rear shocks
Aprilia “3” Greyhound headlight lens
Twin original horns
PVL Coils – Road and Race
Oil filter (Bignell Engineering Re usable Alloy Fitment)
Original Tomasselli 2c throttle assembly (original spare include)
. Motor Rebuild Details:
Motor rebuilt - covered 19,000km since 1998
New main, bevel and gearbox bearings
VeeTwo - Cylinder heads converted to unleaded fuel
VeeTwo - Crank rebuilt and balanced with larger crankpins
VeeTwo receipts included
New oil pump
New pistons and rings
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1974 Ducati 750GT
A large selection of spares and round-case tools are included with the sale, subject to final sale price.
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