Italian motorcycles are all about passion. The passion of the designers, the engineers, the company and the owners.
The 1970s were arguably the heyday for Italian motorcycles and the Ducati 750GT was at the top.
When the designers built it they were committed to a philosophy of functional and aesthetic excellence.
With it's open cradle design using the engine as a stressed member, beautiful Borrani alloy rims and work of art Engine with 32mm carbs and low-compression 8.5:1 pistons, the
750 GT provided only moderate performance but it was the way the engine performed that was appealing. The power delivery was smooth and effortless, the engine relaxed
and loping, even when running close to the 8000rpm redline.
Secure this iconic super rare New Zealand new Ducati for your collection & enjoyment
A truely collectable investment
1974 Ducati 750GT Round Case for $44,990.
This bike runs like a dream and is beutiful to ride. This is likely to be the best example you will find.
Nationwide delivery and finance available.