One of the 200 Ducati 750 F1 Montjuich units that the brand manufactured in 1986 is auctioned

One of the 200 units of Ducati 750 F1 Montjuich that the brand manufactured in 1986 has recently been auctioned by the specialized house Bonhams. A frame presented at the 1985 Milan Show with which the Italian brand wanted to celebrate the title achieved in the famous 24 of Montjuich by the trio formed by Benjamín Grau, Quique De Juan and Joan Garriga.

Without a doubt a real replica racer one of those that only Ducati knows how to do. Along with it, this Ducati 996 SPS #1653 NOS has also been auctioned, which has only traveled one mile in its 24 years of history, or this RG500 project for which a little more than 11,500 pounds.

Ducati 750 F1 Montjuich in detail

The limited edition 750 F1 Montjuich, Like others launched by the brand such as the Santamonica or Laguna Seca, they stand out for including parts manufactured completely by hand, such as its aluminum fuel tank. In addition, they had a special preparation that turned it into a real knife on a track.

Among the accessories that this 750 F1 Montjuich edition had, we highlight:

  • Completely revised engine
  • Redesigned crankcases
  • Reinforced gearbox
  • Larger passage carburetor battery
  • Kokusan Ignition
  • Verlicchi racing exhaust system etc.

One of the 200 Ducati 750 F1 Montjuich units that the brand manufactured in 1986 is auctioned

As we say, only 200 copies were assembled in 1986 and this particular one is number 131. VIN ZDM750M*131* and engine registration DM750L*7502056*. As detailed in the auction announcement itself: “Currently showing a total of 3,812 miles on the odometer, this beautiful Montjuich was imported by Three Cross (Imports) Ltd in 1986, as confirmed by its letter first recorded in March 1990.”

Keep going: “It was purchased in the early 1990s by the late owner, who is its first registered keeper in the UK. Since acquisition, the machine will need to be recommissioned before returning to the road (engine turns over and gears engage).”

One of the 200 Ducati 750 F1 Montjuich units that the brand manufactured in 1986 is auctioned

Concludes: “It is offered with an expired MOT (purchase receipt from the early 1990s: and old/current V5C registration documents). Offered without key”. It was auctioned last Saturday for a final price of 18,400 pounds, about 21,300 euros To the change. A figure that seems contained to us taking into account the exclusivity of the model and the few units that must remain around the world.

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