A beastly CB750 from Belgium, a vintage Ducati worth over half a million dollars, a Honda Dominator with geometric bodywork, and an Enfield GT650 from Tasmania.
1965 Ducati 125 cc four-cylinder Grand Prix racer This glorious vintage machine is the only one of its kind in existence, and it’s about to go under the hammer at Bonhams with an estimate of between £400,000 and £600,000. It was originally developed to race in the 125 GP class, but by the time it was finally complete, it was already outdated.
Fabio Taglioni, who’d been hired by Ducati in 1954 to oversee its racing and development programs, designed the 125 cc four. He’s the guy that designed the iconic 100 Gran Sport, and pioneered Ducati’s ‘desmodromic’ valve actuation system.…