This is a one owner Ducati 750 Sport in mint condition with 10,850 original miles. Located in Bridgewater, Massachusetts is a 1990 Ducati 750 Sport with 10,850 original miles. I’ll let the seller–who is the owner’s son-in-law–explain the bikes condition and history:
The bike is SPOTLESS. It really is more of a collectors piece than a daily driver…This Ducati has been PERFECTLY and METICULOUSLY Maintained since it was new. My father-in-law got this bike imported from Italy and, in fact, still has the end of the original shipping crate with all of the factory info and numbers on it!!! The crate end along with all the original manuals, documentation, magazine articles, and tool kit are on hand and will go with the machine. It has NEVER been down and NEVER been abused. He hasn’t really ridden it that much in several years although he puts just a few miles and fresh gas in it every year to keep it running at its best. It is in driveable ready to go condition. It is in need of nothing. All Paint and Plastic are in perfect condition too. Tires are in excellent shape and it even has a new battery last season. The bike is currently configured with “DELORTO PHF 36MM Carbs” and K & N Filters. Also, it has Stainless Steel Silencers in like new condition. It has a few other “extras” such as F1 turn Signals and Front and Rear Ventilated Racing Type Clutch Cover from Pro Italia. ALL original factory parts are on hand and in new condition, and will go with the bike, so, if you choose to, you can reconfigure it back to the original specifications.
The 750 Sport features the same motor as the Paso with a frame similar to the 750 F1 but, with a modified front section and the wheels are 16″ front and rear. The bike features conventional Marzocchi 40mm forks, a Marzocchi swing-arm, a 421lb weight wet and a liquid-cooled L-Twin producing 74.5hp. This bike isn’t as sought after as the 851 that it shared showrooms with at the same time but, I believe this is a solid collectible from the time that could hold it’s own with the competition. The asking price is $5,495 which doesn’t sound outlandish given the history, condition, and the prices that the F1’s are going for. See it on Craigslist here.