To help aid you in valuing certain “iconic” motorbikes, we’re adding some of the machines we’ve sold before the auction site started!
This very collectible and beautiful Ducati comes to us from one of our Fine Motorbike Collectors.
The 1986 Ducati 750 F1B Tricolore is Highly collectible and rapidly increasing in value – evidenced by the recent 2014 Spring Las Vegas motorcycle auction where similar examples of this bike commanded prices in excess of $20,000. The Ducati F1A and F1B are true race replicas, street-going versions of the first of the “rubber band racers”, the four time world champion TT2.
In 1985, the F1A was introduced then immediately followed with release of the F1B in 1986. In appearance the lines of the F1A and F1B bikes are almost identical, the most noted appointment differences being the F1B’s red wheels versus the F1A’s being gold and the Ducati F1B sports the new solid script Ducati logos adorned with the Cagiva elephant while the former F1A has a double outline script logo.
This fine example would make a great addition to any collection and really SCREAMS Italy with the Italian Flag style paint job, red frame…etc. She’s currently just came out of storage so she’s ready for the next collector or museum but if you’re planning to ride, please let us know as we’d have to do some minor “recommissioning”. We have a full service shop and Stephen has years of experience with air cooled Duc’s so trust you’d be in good hands. We also have some of the best tire prices and part deals around so all you have to do is ask.