The Ducati 750GT was the first of Ducati’s venerable V-twins, and its lovely lines set the stage for classics like the 750 Sport and 900SS.
The 748cc twin produced 60 horsepower, which was good enough to push the 407 pound (dry) bike up to 125 miles per hour. Original MSRP was $1,995. Want to learn more? Check out a lengthy write-up here on Motorcycle Classics about what makes the 750GT special.
This specific Ducati 750GT looks fantastic and has several choice upgrades that any level of rider will appreciate, as long as you don’t mind a bike that’s not 100% original. You’ll get new Excel high-lip rims, EBC rotos, Galfer stainless steel brake lines, new Ohlins rear shocks, and repainted bodywork. The listing has several higher quality photos, but only the lower quality one shows Ohlins shocks – so I’d make sure to get recent photos from the seller just to verify the current status.
Find this Ducati 750GT for sale here on Moto Borgotaro for $19,500 (everything’s more expensive in New York City, right?) This bike-uriousity brought to you by James V!