In 1972, British motorcycle racer Paul Smart swept across the finish line in first place at the Imola 200 aboard the Ducati 750 Imola. The win — and the bike — would define Ducati's approach to its racing and road machines for decades to come, and make Ducati a household name in high-performance motorcycles. Fast-forward to 2006, and Ducati celebrated the start of its racing heritage with the Sport Classic range, encompassing three models — Paul Smart 1000 LE, Sport 1000 and GT1000. The bikes were completely new designs with the best components, including Öhlins suspension, Brembo brakes, six-speed transmission, and a wet clutch, all attached to a trellis frame with a 92 horsepower 1000cc L-twin engine. This Paul Smart 1000 LE is as mint as you could imagine, coming unridden in its shipping crate with all factory labeling still on the bike. It's even signed by Paul himself, making this rare modern classic even more desirable.