Journal: Vintage Ducati

Vintage Ducati

Petrolicious Productions By Petrolicious Productions
February 6, 2013
4 comments

It’s Friday! Enjoy some vintage Ducati brochures.

From the time the Ducati firm offered its very first motorcycle in 1950, a 48 cc bike weighing 98 pounds with a top speed of 40 mph, Ducati is now known for its high-performance motorcycles with their four-stroke L-twin engines.

Do we have any vintage Ducati fans out there? 

Photo Sources: DucatiMeccanica.com, BevelHeaven.com (1 & 2), and Vintage Motorcycles Online

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Nicholas LaGreca
Nicholas LaGreca
3 years 9 months ago

What wonderful bikes.. I feel I have done a disservice to the Motorcycle Gods by leaving my fathers 1972 Ducati 750 Sport tucked away in the man cave. Everyone needs themselves an Italian girlfriend, and a vintage Ducati sounds good to me!

Alex Kirkwood
Alex Kirkwood
3 years 9 months ago

Yes, A huge Ducati and bike fan in general. Currently restoring a couple old bikes and finding parts for a friends 350 desmo. What a chore that is now.

Nathan Risdal
Nathan Risdal
5 months 15 days ago

I’m a fan of Ducati singles also, but mine is a 2-stroke Falcon 80…talk about hard to find parts! I may end up working with Vespa guys as it has the twist shift kind of like they had.

Zippy Gordon
Zippy Gordon
3 years 9 months ago

Love the motorcycle content especially when it’s this beautiful. It provides a nice balance to the vintage cars. I love both!

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