Blueprint Ducati 750 GT (1973)

Ducati 750 GT (1973)


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The Ducati 750 GT (1973) is a classic Italian motorcycle steeped in racing heritage and elegant style. It has a timeless aesthetic, distinguished by its classic steel-tube frame, retro-style alloy wheels, and shiny black gas tank. The overall body of the vehicle is a striking red, which complements the signature dual headlights and silver fork assemblies. The engine of the Ducati 750 GT (1973) is an air-cooled, twin desmodromic valve, 748cc 90-degree V-twin with a maximum power output of 54 horsepower. This engine is matched to a five-speed gearbox and is designed to produce enough power to make it quickly accelerate, but not so much as to threaten its riders safety. The suspension geometry is set up for excellent handling and the brake system consists of Brembo hydraulic disk brakes on both the front and rear, giving drivers the confidence to take this motorcycle through a variety of terrain. The seat on the Ducati 750 GT (1973) has a unique shape that fits perfectly to the contours of its riders and is covered with a distinctive brown vinyl material. In addition to its striking features, the Ducati 750 GT (1973) is extremely reliable and durable with a design that has stood the test of time. As a result, it has become a classic motorcycle that is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. It is a true icon of the 1970s motorcycle industry and is sure to provide a memorable ride.

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