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When Ducati entered the Cagiva Group in 1985, the company worked to renew some of the lines and models that were coming out of the Borgo Panigale factory.
The Paso, designed by Massimo Tamburini, was the first bike born from the Ducati - Cagiva collaboration. The motorcycle was named in honour of the Italian rider, Renzo Pasolini, killed in a tragic accident in the 1973 Monza Grand Prix.
A red Paso prototype debuted at the "Milan Show" in 1985, while the production bike came out on the market a year later. The blue and white Paso motorcycles were only produced in limited edition for the USA market. For the first time, the clear screen disappeared, but the typical Ducati trellis frame was back with only a difference: the tubes were square instead of round.
The Paso 750 had many of the typical characteristics of Ducati models: it was a four stroke, L-twin cylinder, air cooled engine with an electronic starter, oil radiators and Weber carburetion.
EXTREMELY RARE AND SPECIAL MOTORCYCLE CONSIGNED BY A LOCAL COLLECTOR. THIS IS THE PASO LIMITED WITH ORIGINAL PAINT AND WHEELS. ONLY 50 PASO LIMITEDS WERE PRODUCED. 10K ORIGINAL MILES. ORIGINAL OWNER PURCHASED NEW AND OWNED FOR OVER 25 YEARS.
ORIGINAL BOOKS, TOOLKIT ETC. THOUSANDS IN RECEIPTS TO GO THROUGH ALL MECHANICALS BY FACTORY-CERTIFIED DUCATI MASTER TECHNICIAN. WAS PURCHASED BY ORIGINAL OWNER TO BE USED IN A PRIVATE EUROPEAN SPORTBIKE COLLECTION.
ENGINE IS EXTREMELY TIGHT AND STRONG, COULD BE RIDDEN DAILY OR PRIZED AS A COLLECTOR'S ITEM.