Here's another old friend back again, the 750 Paso in "Limited" form. Like a "Members Only" jacket these things still haunt us from the 80's. Legend has it that they only made 50 of these Limited version but I was never really sure what all the hoopla was about. This one is at least updated nicely with a real intake and carbs (see my other Paso listing here for more insight on this). For 21,000 miles this bike looks pretty nice and I guess my next question would be how old are the belts? Located in Phoenix, AZ with a $3000 price, this seems "non che male" (not bad).
His ad reads: 1988 Ducati Paso Limited. 21,000 miles. great shape with the usual small nicks and chips of an old ducati fairing. Completely converted to 750 monster intake system to get rid of notorious paso carburetion issues. dual keihin cv's. One of 50 made for those who are not familiar with this bike. A great comfotable rider with the reliability of a monster with a little more cool/different factor. Super comfy riding position. Price is 3000.
Again my theory still stands, which is... "at $3000 what could possibly go wrong?" Bottom line is if the bike runs and drives and doesn't do anything too weird it seems like a good buy and within what others have been selling for.
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