Updated: We added the final sale prices to each bike…overall, prices were low. I guess that’s why you don’t auction 5 very similar bikes in a row. Tisk, tisk, tisk….
The 1985-88 Ducati F1 750 is a first and a last kind of machine. First? That’s because it’s often been called the first true “Ducati Superbike” or the first real “Modern Sportbike” to hit public streets. The last? Yes, because the same group of people also recognize the Ducat F1 as the last truly vintage Ducati, somehow teetering on the edge of modern performance and vintage design. Regardless of where the Ducati 750 F1 sits on your timeline of classic motorcycles turning modern, the bike is a beast of a machine with looks to kill. Fancy parking one in your garage? I doubt your timing could be any better as five of these v-twin marvels will be rolling across the auction block in a few weeks at the Bohnams Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction-all at no reserve. It usually isn’t good (for the seller) to have two identical models go up for auction together, one will most definitely hinder the sale price of the other. What five will do is anybody’s guess.
Check out the five bikes below and click the link for more information from Bonhams.