Post-Listing Update: Despite 34 bids getting up to $18,911.88, this Ducati 750 F1 Montjuich did not meet reserve on eBay.
The 750 F1 is already a rare, classic Ducati, but today we take it one step further. Ducati produced three limited editions of the F1, and the Ducati 750 F1 Montjuich was the first and rarest.
The 750 F1 Montjuich is a sports version of the original 750 F1. The motorcycle was first announced after the Milan Show in 1985, on the heels of the great racing success Ducati achieved on the Montjuich Park circuit in Barcelona, Spain. [It] entered the market in 1986 and was known as the F1 “special” since it was a more costly rare model…The Montjuich was a real step ahead of the stock 750 F1: it was faster, more effective and overall a real sports bike.
Just 200 were produced, and only 20 were imported to North America. Upgrades from the standard F1 included ported cylinder heads, hotter cams, higher compression pistons, a lightweight clutch and straight-cut gears, among other things. The most interesting aspect is because these hand-built low volume bikes, there was no standard spec. Carb sizes and tire specifications were often different from bike to bike.
This specific Ducati 750 F1 Montjuich was fully restored in 2011 and hasn’t been enjoyed much since. Time for that to change. This bike will not be cheap, but its value will most likely increase with time.
Find this Ducati 750 F1 Montjuich for sale in Alcheda, Italy with bidding up to $676 and the reserve not yet met