One of the most incredible bikes to come out of Borgo Panigale, the 750 F1 is a minimalist study in restraint and race-bred technology of the era and achieved mythic status for Ducati with wins at Daytona and Battle of the Twins, as piloted by Marco Lucchinelli. Born out of racing, the arrival of the 750 F1 in 1985 marked a significant development for the Ducati belt drive v-twin, and coincided with Cagiva's buyout of the company in the same year. As the last design from the famous Dr. Taglioni, the 750 F1 holds a special place in Ducati history. Some enthusiasts regard it as the last of the "real" Ducatis. This example has traveled only 1,000 miles from new.