This is an incomplete and not running 750 Sport we got as part of job lot with some other bikes that we traded (no other Ducatis, this was the only one). This bike is unusual as, to the best of our knowledge, IT APPEARS TO HAVE NEVER BEEN REGISTERED. It's showing 18km. We've taken photos of the original tyres with moulding marks, new discs, footpeg rubbers, all with no wear. The rear guard is pictured with no holes where you'd expect the plate to have been affixed......We'd say that it's enough to safely say the km are real. We've listed it as used but we suppose technically it's new........ We have no history on this bike. It's covered in dust and relatively corrosion free for age. We were told it's been stored indoors for decades, and have no reason to doubt that this is indeed the case. The bike rolls free. We've turned the motor over by hand, it's free and feels as you'd expect. The oil is still clean and correct level. This is as far as we've gone with it. Obvious stuff missing headlight, hydraulic line to clutch, throttle inner/grip, battery. We haven't pulled it apart (we're not familiar with these anyway, we mainly repair Japanese bikes and scooters, so couldn't guarantee list), you'd expect other odds and ends to be missing reckon We've just noted the obvoius stuff. It has 12/88 Australian compliance plate. The bike is located at our workshop at Chalder Ave, Marrickville in Sydney. It can be inspected between and Monday to Friday only. To summarise;What you see is what you get, we've got absolutely no idea on the history. We don't know the bikes, so are unlikely to be able to answer technical questions I'm afraid. Please only bid if you can pay for and collect it within days of auction end. There is no reserve past the starting bid of $2000, and we reserve the right to end the auction as it's marketed elsewhere. Thanks. On 14-May-18 at 10:09:53 AEST, seller added the following information:Additional info; We've been advised that it's possibly 1989 model, but it has Chassis number not seventeen digit VIN VINs were introduced here in 1989 to the best of our knowledge certainly on Japanese bikes), but we are not sure if this simply ran from 1/89 compliance. This comp. plate is 12/88. We were also asked for the engine number it's ZDM7501S[hidden information]. We've also been asked what needs to be done to get to roadworthy and if the recorded KM are genuine. As we said in the description, we can't guarantee list of works. just as in the absence of documented history, we can't guarantee the kms. We do however have PPSR NEVDIS certificate stating "No vehicle information for this serial number" which adds further weight to the likelihood as it never having been registered. We would of course always advise inspecting bike for yourself prior to purchasing to make your own call. It's available for inspection this week as we've stated, and prospective bidders are very welcome to come in and check it out. There will always be bits and pieces/damage etc that don't show up in photo, so we absolutely encourage inspection in person. We've simply described it as we see it.On 14-May-18 at 16:03:45 AEST, seller added the following information:Additional These bikes are belt driven, not bevel as in the title. Unfortunately we can't change the title of the ad once bids received.