• 1967 Ducati 125 Sport

This particular Ducati 125 Sport is not like most of its kin. It’s actually the very first bike to be owned by Carlo Saltarelli and is one of the final 125 Sports ever produced.

No wonder it’s got ’collectible’ written all over it.

The bike is powered by a 124 cc SOHC single and is mated to a four-speed transmission. It’s capable of hitting over 70 mph and can rev up to 8,500 rpm. Aesthetically, this 125 Sport has been finished with the bike’s signature metallic blue with gold accents and fitted with alloy rims.

This Ducati 125 Sport was held at the 2012 RM auctions in Monaco and was up for auction with an estimated price of €3,500 - €4,500, which is around $4,400 - $5,600 based on current exchange rates. Actual selling price was $4,545.

As one of the rarest and most historically significant models of the 125 Sport, this unit is truly meant to be owned by a Ducati collector.

  • 1967 Ducati 125 Sport
  • Year:
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    124 cc SOHC single
  • Transmission:
    4-Speed Transmission
  • Displacement:
    124 cc
  • Price:
    € 4500


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