Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 1992 Ducati 907 I.E. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
At the 1985 Milan Motorcycle Show, Ducati introduced the world to the Paso 750. One of the first models born out of Cagiva’s acquisition of Ducati, the air-cooled 750 was succeeded in 1989 by the liquid-cooled Paso 906. Designed to take aim at the increasingly popular Japanese sport bikes of the day, the Paso 906 was dressed in fully-enclosed bodywork designed by the great Massimo Tamburini, only a couple years before he penned the mythical 916 superbike.
The model kept evolving – the Paso 750 became the Paso 906, which dropped the name in its final version: the 1991 907 I.E. (iniezione elettronica/electronic ignition). Thanks to a Weber-Marelli injection system, the liquid-cooled motor was able to produce 90 horsepower, increasing top speed to just north of 142 miles per hour.
The 907 got 17″ wheels, making it much easier to equip modern rubber. Production ended in 1992 – just 2,303 examples of the 907 I.E. were built in total.
This example is VIN: ZDM1MB4N4NM001568, Engine #: MB4N001348.
The odometer shows 32,196 miles.
This bike is being sold as a non-running project.
The seller states that this bike is stock.
Cosmetic Blemishes: please see the album up top for all known cosmetic blemishes. Here is a selection:
Inside of the tank:
It is riding on Dunlop tires which have aged out.
The sale includes the workshop manual.
Currently located in Paramount, California, this Ducati is offered on a clean California title with registration that expired in July 2015.
Per the California DMV website, it would cost $136 to get registration current through July 2023.
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Total Bids Placed: 2
Auction has ended.
Highest bidder was: TimothyEL
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