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Bimota DB 5 Prototype

We sold this to Richard Rees back in October here he is in sunny December (it’s sunny in Australia anyway)

Uncrating his Guzzi V7 Sport.

Keat Hooi from Malaysia sent us these pictures of his very rare Ducati, fantastic patina can anyone shed any light on the model? If yes feel free to email me or Keat….

Tom Stephens

I’ve attached a couple of photos of my NCR New Blue. I was looking at your website and saw the photos of the Ducati Old Blue and thought there should be a New Blue to go with it. Now if there was only a way we could both get together to go on a ride on a sunny afternoon, all would be right in the world.

But since the Old Blue is in Ireland and I’m in Northern California, I don’t think it will happen very soon.

NCR took my donor Paul Smart and made the conversion to a New Blue. They say it is the only one based on a Paul Smart. The few others they did are all based on the twin shock Sport Classic.

I also had them put in their high compression pistons, titanium valves, light flywheel, ect. Since they are all custom orders, I had mine done a little different then the others. I had the BST wheels painted silver instead of gold.

The mirrors are blue instead of silver, and the cylinder heads are red. I also used the number 16 instead of 31, as a tribute to it starting life as a Paul Smart.

I’ve also sent you a photo of my MH900e Carbon Dream my MV Agusta 312 Corse. You didn’t have a photo of either of those on your website.

Richard Brown

Hi John I like your pages but you don’t have a picture of a tiger cross on your Garelli gallery this is mine not the one i had at sixteen but the same, restored over eighteen months and shown at the classic car and bike show at the NEC this year i hope you like it

John Baldwin with his Laverda

I have a Laverda Mirage which I bought second hand in 1983. It is original apart from the usual stainless and shocks. Mileage130k kms. I’ve been all over Europe on it, and to the IoM TT three times.

I ride it less often nowadays, maybe 1500 miles a year. Never had a serious problem, never been in the engine further than doing valve clearances and a generator bearing. These photos are a track day at Brands Hatch June 2010.

Doug Jones

Bimota DB 5 Prototype

Sends us these jems

hi john. the Ducati I’ve owned for 23years now, motor was done around 10 years ago by Paul at D.T.S.

it’s got v2 pistons. oil pump and oil filter, 36 mm Dellortos pumpers, heads have been gas flowed, electronic ignition and has the later 3 dog gearbox have covered over 50,000 since with no problems thou its now getting a little smoky on the front pot on the overrun, must see to it this winter. The MV I’ve had around 11 years and its well used, photo shows it on a camping holiday in Ireland, not much room for me thou when I’ve got tent and throw-overs on. a standard bike which I’ve done a full engine re-build. and it is reliable and starts easily. got the condor a couple of years ago off the same mate i got the duke from.

Dave fitted a clubman cam, bigger carb and a free flowing Norton commando silencer before I got it. I’ve converted to 12 volt electrics after the rectifier went a.w.o.l great all rounder that’s been totally reliable other than the electrics, that’s all sorted now I hope.

Michael Thomson

From New Zealand

enjoying his Morini that he bought from us back in the summer, he’s managed to find a couple of other Morinis to ride with too, the lovely wire wheeled example is an immaculate restoration by its owner Malcolm Anderson.

Peter Calles

After one and a half year restoration my 1957 MV 175 is completed, and ready to show

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