Here’s your chance to own a wicked-expensive, fully restored 1974 Ducati 750 Super Sport. This bike in particular is one of 401 total units boasting a green frame and was first owned by George Vincensi of the Berliner Motor Corporation.
This 750 Super Sport has been fully restored in the early 2000s and the 748cc round-case L-twin engine has been fully rebuilt by Guy Martin; ever heard of him? Yes, the legendary Isle of Man TT racer Guy Martin was the one that tried his hand at rebuilding this engine and restoring it to its former glory. Imagine owning a Ferrari that had its engine rebuilt by Michael Schumacher. The motorcycle also features new paint and chrome.
This motorcycle is packed with features for a bike of its time. This bike has clip-on handlebars, triple-disc brakes, Conti mufflers, smiths gauges, a steering damper, Dyna electronic ignition, and Ducati’s signature desmodromic bevel-driven camshafts.
On the visual side, this restored 750 Super Sport has seen a complete re-work of the paint to deliver us this beautiful two-tone green/blue and silver by Borella Enterprises located in Connecticut.
This bike comes included with all service and restoration records along with a carefully documented photo-journey of the engine rebuild process. The original owner’s manual, warranty card, took kit and stock hardware all come with the sale of this motorcycle.
At the time of writing, this legendary piece of Ducati history is on aucation over at bringatrailer.com with the bids currently sitting at an astounding $85,000 with two days left in auction.