1987 Ducati 750 Laguna Seca, Lucchinelli Replica
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1987 Ducati 750 Laguna Seca, Lucchinelli Replica
Sold for US$ 34,500 inc. premium
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1987 Ducati 750 Laguna Seca, Lucchinelli Replica
The Ducati F1 was complemented by a series of hand-built limited-edition race replicas – Montjuich, Santamonica and Laguna Seca – the last being named in honor of rider Marco Lucchinelli's Battle of the Twins victory at the famous California track in 1986, commemorated with a likeness of his signature on the gas tank. Like the Montjuich, the Laguna Seca came with bigger carburetors, stiffer compression ratio, bigger valves, less restrictive exhaust and straight-cut primary gears.

There were some changes between the two bikes, namely in the Laguna's adoption of parts from the new Paso roadster. The delta-spoked Oscam wheels came from the Paso, as did the wider front fender. Other changes included a steel gas tank, different exhaust system, revised footpeg bracketry and a plastic rear sub-fender attached to the swingarm.

As seen here on the Silverman Laguna Seca, most models came with a solo seat, though there was a two-up option available. As with the Montjuich, only 200 Laguna Secas were produced, making it then and now an exclusive, highly prized motorcycle.

Saleroom notices

  • Please note that the frame and engine numbers for this motorcycle are ZDM3GA3M0HB750175 and GA3H750005 and its title is in transit.
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