Historic Ducatis Come Under The Hammer

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Sport Desmo 750
1973 Sport Desmo 750

 

900SS
900SS Imola

 

TT1
TT1, Raced by Pablo Real

 

Short Stroke
1973 Short Stroke

 

851 Lucchinelli Replica
851 Lucchinelli Replica Racer

 

851
851 Tricolore

 

TT2, Del Piano
1981 TT2, Del Piano

 

TT1
TT1

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  • Eric Shay

    Duck… Duck… Harley

  • c s

    auction companies take better pictures than the entire racing establishment.

  • appliance5000

    They sure used to be good looking biles.

    • Richard Gozinya

      Yeah, those old Ducati engines are especially tasty. They just seem to have less charm these days. Not that the current air-cooled Ducati engines look bad, they just used to look better is all.

  • DerekB

    Gorgeous

  • http://garrett-nelson.tumblr.com/ Garrett Nelson

    I’ve been lucky enough to see bikes like this in person, and even push a few around for different shows. These old Ducati race bikes look so great in person. Everything is so purposeful and clever. Don’t think I’ve ever seen a 1973 short stroke before, though. Thats a cool bike.

  • MEMO

    garbage