In 1971 Ducati came out with the 750 GT 90 degree v-twin motorcycle. It was an immediate success, so in 1972 the factory took the 750 GT and changed the seat to a solo and the gas tank to a long narrow one, as well as the handlebars to clip ons. They also changed to a more radical camshaft, higher compression pistons, and bigger carburetors. Also the color was changed to a yellow.
Ducati, with a few small modifications, made 1625 Sports from 1973 through 1978. The Sport was proclaimed to make 62 HP at 8,200 RPM with a top speed of 130 MPH. The 750 Sport Ducati’s are considered one of the most collectible models and will bring prices in the $20,000 to $30,000 range.