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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by jehu, Nov 7, 2009.
The guy who got it did a good job on it...
This is not Italian, but Spanish. Licence built by Mototrans.
Mototrans kept on producing 350's long after Ducati stopped.
Hence the cast wheels and disc brakes, something Ducati singles never had.
Another thing is the black painted engine, typical for these.
Also they only came with valve spring heads, no Desmo ever produced by Mototrans.
Ducati made diesel industrial motors in the 60s and early 70s. Someone should build one into a Ducati bike frame. That should cause some confusion.
Almost looks like a factory-built bike. Only problem is, the cooling fins in the head go the wrong direction.
Nothing like a bit of playful engineering/fabrication, some extra sheet metal would solve the head cooling.
More here:- https://silodrome.com/ducato-desmo-350/
A lot more here;
You just quadrupled your maintenance costs. (Conservatively.....)
Life is sooo fookn complicated.....
...and wimens like that just make it hard.
Sensational collection. As with the Morbidelli museum, it makes me sad to see these broken up like this...
IMHO, the most beautiful street motorcycle ever built! Saw one at the factory museum in Bologna a few years back. Simply extraordinary!