This Ducati Paul Smart LE was a limited edition bike inspired by the Ducati race bikes of the 1970s – one of which was piloted by Paul Smart to a win at the Imola 200 in 1972. Limited to only 2,000 units worldwide, this is one of the more desirable modern classics to come out of Ducati – and prices reflect that.
This specific Ducati Paul Smart has been extensively customized, but no irreversible modifications have been performed. Still, riders who prefer original bikes should steer clear of this one. The bike has been wrapped in a black, semi carbon fiber color – thankfully the distinctive green frame has been left untouched.
The modification list is extensive and a couple of highlights deserve special recognition – particularly the Zard exhaust, which we think is by far the prettiest on these bikes. In addition, you’ll get OEM+ pistons, a lightened flywheel, and cams.
The seller has also uploaded a video so you can hear a little bit of the engine and see the rear light at work:
The custom LED rear light is a nice touch, and the OEM tankbag will make this bike practical enough to use as more than a weekend mount.
Find it here on Ducati.ms for $17,900 in Los Angeles, California.