The Ducati 750, released in 1973, has come to be known as one of the most iconic motorcycles to ever be produced. Designed by Lino Tonti, this beauty was a technical masterpiece. Featuring a 90-degree V-twin desmodromic engine, the Ducati 750 provided a thrilling, powerful ride with its 73hp engine. With its unique design, the Ducati 750 instantly captured the attention of riders and motorsport fans. The bike is built with a steel tubular Trellis frame, and smooth alloy tank, all in a blue/gold "Livery" color scheme. As one of the early models, the 750 was only available in a limited range of colors, giving it a timelessly nostalgic feel. The bikes wide, 18-inch alloy wheels not only looked the part, but gave the bike great ride stability. The bike handles well with its traditional Italian dampers and adjustable rear shocks. With an incredible exhaust sound, the full atmosphere of the ride was experienced when accelerating and riding, as people noticed this majestic beast as it passed. The Ducati 750 is truly a classic, and an iconic piece of Italian engineering. Those lucky few who own this motorcycle are sure to get the head-nods and admirations of fellow motorcyclists everywhere. Its timeless design, and unforgettable roar, make this bike a classic that will always stand out in a crowd.
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