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Lightning strikes twice! Another Ducati 750 F1

For Sale: 1988 Ducati 750 F1

After all the positive feedback on the last 750 F1 post on RSBFS, I was thrilled to find another one for our readership. This one, however, is a little different. This is the only picture the seller has opted to share. And while that same great Ducati shape shows well at a distance, the finer details are clearly missing.

From the seller:
very rare,limited production,stays in livingroom,,appraised @29,900 hand built,chromed,stealbraided lines brembo brakes,floating cast iron roters,42mm,direct flo delortoes,dir.flo petcocks,street legal,or win @track,,full fearings,red,white,green,custom paint,matching jimmy adamo helment,forcelle suspension new rubber,only 6373k miles will consider serios offer,,,,,,bike is to fast,,,and winnes every show i put it in,not to mention every race!!!!

These 750 F1 Ducatis came in multiple flavors. In addition to the base 750, Ducati offered three hotter versions: the Montjuich, the Laguna Seca, and the Santa Monica. While any F1 is a desireable machine, ultimately the factory hot rods will bring more money at auction.

This auction is on right now with an opening ask of $9,000 plus reserve. $9k is not out of line for a clean 750 F1, but it remains to be seen where the reserve is set. The BIN for this bike is $12,000 – again, not out of line for a 750 F1, but questionable for a bike we know so little about. First step would be to ask for more info and pictures.

To check out the auction, . If you find out more, be sure to let us know. And tell ’em you saw it on RSBFS!

MI

3 Comments

  • There’s no BIN anymore and the starting bid is now 10k. This bike has been listed before and failed to attract a bid. I am sure if the seller had some feedback rating, better quality photos and some command of the English language s/he would sell the bike easily. The vin number, decals, front fender, fairing lower and dual seat spell out a desirable 88 model so, if michaelsmotorcycles can get $9500 on eBay for their F1, this one should sell. But it won’t because of the poorly thought out and executed item description.

  • ^^^exactly^^^
    This seller is a tool and wasting everyone’s time with this piss poor marketing attempt. Get real- zero feedback= no credibility or trust, no mechanical history of the bike supplied, one terrible picture, and he throws out this insult to buyer’s intelligence: “appraised at $29,900”? He expects someone to just start bidding by committing $10,000 to him? I’ve seen better communication skills and honesty in listings for used brochures. Epic fail. Keep your damn bike and go away.

  • yup… got to agree with you guys. i would like to have this bike, but it sounds like it’s too fast and the rest of the description i cannot understand. too bad, really.

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