First registered 1987
748cc ‘L’ Twin engine
Brembo ‘Gold-Series’ brake calipers
Oscam aluminium wheels
Original Keys & full book pack
The famous ‘Battle of the Twins’ back in the mid-80’s is well documented in Ducati history and at the hands of Marco ‘Lucky’ Lucchinelli, their famed F1 750 racer took the victory which prompted a series of 3 limited edition machines to commemorate this. The Montjuich, Laguna Seca and Santamonica, all named after the famous race circuits.
Our stunning 750 F1 ‘Laguna Seca’ is considered one of the last real Ducati’s and is one of only 296 examples worldwide, and with it being a biposto (2-seat) example, is only one of 96 made.
A host of upgrades over the standard F1 750’s, the Laguna Seca’s engine benefitted from racing cams, bigger valves, larger carbs and a vented dry clutch, also fitted were Brembo Racing ‘Gold-Series’ brakes and Oscam alloy wheels. These upgrades to the engine pushed the maximum power up to around 95bhp compared to the F1’s 65-75bhp.
With only 2 registered owners from new and a history folder that includes tax discs, letters from the original owner to the new owner and a host of invoices, we are confident there aren’t too many of these left in this condition. Surely one of the most iconic race inspired bikes from the 80’s that would sit perfectly as a stand-alone piece or centrepiece of any collection.
For more details on this bike or to arrange a viewing please contact the showroom.
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