1 of 50: 1988 Ducati 750 Paso Limited Edition

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Post-Sale Update: After 14 bids on eBay, this Ducati Paso 750 Limited Edition sold for $2,550.

Released in 1986 and named after racer Renzo Pasolini, the Ducati Paso was a bike created from odd beginnings. Built during the tumultuous years when Ducati was owned by Cagiva, this bike was designed to compete with the up and coming Japanese superbikes of the time.

Ducati 750 Paso Limited Edition - Front

Designed by the famous Massimo Tamburini, this bike is as enveloped in plastic as it gets. The tire situation on this bike (pre-1991) was very interesting. For a while, the 16 inch front tires were NLA. Only a few months ago, a company starting making replacements and pretty much has a lock on the market. You can find info on that here. A limited edition was produced in white instead of the usual red. Only 50 of these examples were created, and all were brought to the United States.

Ducati 750 Paso Limited Edition - Gauges

This specific Ducati 750 Paso Limited Edition has under 12,000 miles, and is good shape. There’s a small battery issue and the choke lever is broken, but all fixes would be minor, leaving you with an excellent rider-quality Ducati. You’ll get the benefits of a new clutch, new chain, and new-ish tires/battery.

Ducati 750 Paso Limited Edition - Right Rear

Find this Ducati 750 Paso Limited Edition for sale here on eBay with bidding up to $1,025 in Santa Cruz, California.