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

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

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

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

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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