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Ducati 125 Aurea

1954 Ducati 98 Moto

Specifications: 98 cc OHV single cylinder, speeds.

The pushrod Ducati 98 was launched at the Milan Show in and the model would remain in until 1962. It had an external oil

a modest output of 6.8 horsepower and a top of 56 mph. The bike on offer is to have been a period bike, with some

of race-preparation, including a straight-through It is in generally sound original with the paint showing

patina. Nevertheless, it has provocative and is believed to have competed in the pre-1957 Motogiro d’Italia.

Ducati 60

By 1950 Ducati had 200,000 “Cucciolo” bicycle In fact business had been so that bicycle makers building bikes specifically

to be with motors. Ducati had with former aircraft Aero Caproni about complete motorcycles together, but

had different plans. So Ducati out on its own, launching the 60 Sport in 1950. Developed from the it was a 65-cc four-…

OHV single, of 40 mph and 200 mpg.

The bike for sale is the real motorcycle model by a company that’s now a worldwide with innumerable racing and a

reputation for building the best bikes. It is an older restoration a pleasing patina and surely a for the serious Ducati collector.

1949 Ducati Cucciolo Giro

Specifications: 48 cc OHV single two speeds.

Mario Recchia as a Ducati mechanic in 1946 and was a figure in the racing department for years. Recchia was also a

rider, winning his first on the Via Emilia in 1947 on a Cucciolo and champion of Emilia Romagna in 1951. According to the

vendor, raced this bike on circuits in 1950. He rode it to in Bologna during the week and it on Sundays.

Recchia raced Bruno Spaggiari, Franco and Franco Farne and also and tuned their engines. He in the 1955, 1956 and

1957 D’Italias, but one of his best stories is his repair in a Milan-Taranto race. His broke in Sienna; he dismantled it

and the bearings had seized. Lacking any he used the banana he had bought for and finished the event.

When Saltarelli began working at the factory in the early 1970s, he and became lifelong friends. was present when

Saltarelli his museum to the public in 2000, and he Saltarelli his racing Cucciolo as a Mario Recchia passed soon

thereafter in 2007.

bike was restored approximately 30 ago and is presented with a handsome Owned by two pivotal motorcycling this

machine offers a rare to own a piece of Ducati history.

Ducati 200 Elite

Specifications: 204 cc single, four speeds.

The 200 was introduced in 1959, developed by the 175-cc motor by 5 mm, to a capacity of 204 cc. Top was boosted to 87 mph,

and the 245-pound generated 18 horsepower at 7,500 It also wore the jelly tank, clip-on bars and mufflers of the 175, and

both gained 18-inch wheels. The of the Elite proved practically if it was being raced or merely hard.

Good examples of the 200 are hard to find these as most owners like to them and ride them. are also welcome entrants at

vintage events. The bike on here is an extremely nice restoration, with excellent and chrome, and will certainly

admiring glances whether on the or the show field.

1956 65 Cucciolo Sport

Specifications: 65 cc OHV cylinder, three speeds.

The version of the Ducati 65 featured a seat and clip-on handlebars but had the 65-cc motor producing 2.5 at 5,600

rpm. The small motor was mated to a three-speed The bike on offer is an older in red and black paint with

chrome and a black vinyl

1955 Ducati 125 Formula 3

125 cc SOHC Desmo single, speeds.

Fabio Taglioni’s Gran Sport set the pattern for singles for the next 20 years. in 1955 for the Motogiro d’Italia, the

SOHC bevel-drive single nine horsepower at 9,000 rpm and out at 80 mph. The engine was bored out to 125 cc same year

and proved successful in long-distance road being capable of 12 horsepower at rpm, with an impressive 93 mph top

The Desmodromic valve gear, mechanically opened and closed the was developed from the Mercedes-Benz they used

on their W196 Grand Prix Mercedes never used it in cars at that time, but developed it for racing. Twelve

later he also applied it to the singles. The Desmo advantage was to no valve “float,” and the 125-cc single could

produce up to 19 winding reliably to 15,000

The F3 bikes, which followed 1958-62, were made to privateers worldwide, in 125-cc, and eventually 250-cc displacements.

All enclosed valve springs, and the bikes had an improved twin-leading Amadoro brake. Steering angles and rear

suspensions altered to improve handling, and megaphone exhausts were

This F3 is one of a small number of prepared by Ducati for privateer and based upon the works that ran in all the

competitive events. Villa, for example, won a supporting at the 1958 Italian Grand at Monza on a 175-cc F3.

However, the made a move to twin-cylinder Desmo engines for the 1958 bikes, which could 22.5 horsepower at an

astounding rpm. Amazingly these were safe to rev to 17,000 rpm and six-speed gearboxes; however, it be noted

Ducati 125 Aurea

that the singles considerably more successful the twins. The factory hired six top and campaigned single- and twin-cylinder

but were dogged by ill-luck—so so that Ducati quit racing at the end of the 1958 season.

the fitment of lights and a kick-start, F3s built purely for racing. example is in original unrestored with a factory number

fly screen, alloy wheel Dell’Orto SS1 250 carburettor, Veglia tachometer and an Aprilia headlight. Its patina and

character is irreplaceable and to attract a great deal of at any gathering of the cognoscenti.

1954 98 Sport

Specifications: 98 cc OHV single four speeds.

In 1953, the 98 joined the more conservative 98 N and 98 T OHV models at the Milan show and was an success. The

company had not yet dabbled with Taglioni’s bevel-drive Gran and the performance of the 98 was modest, with 6.8 and a

top speed of 56 mph. But it had the look of faster, with an oil cooler in of the engine, and that’s what This example is a

nice restoration in silver and black good paint and chrome and rims.

1947 Ducati 48

Specifications: 48 cc OHV single cylinder, two

When the 48-cc Ducati was launched immediately after it was an overnight success. More 200,000 were sold by and

bicycle makers were bikes just to have the fitted to them. With a transmission, a Cucciolo-powered bicycle manage

20 mph and travel 180 miles on a of fuel. By the time production in 1955, the Cucciolo motor was in its own moped frame.

The powered on offer is an older restoration is well presented. It has dark red good chrome, lights and a front fork.

1958 125 Aurea

Specifications: 124 cc OHV single-cylinder, speeds.

The Aurea was the top-flight model produced by Ducati 1958-62. It used the 125-cc OHV the twin cradle frame of the TV

model and, from the sporting bars, tank and from the OHC 125 Sport. It generated 6.5 for a top speed of 53.3 mph

from a that was both handsome and This final series on offer is a solid original finished in blue and gold

and is an ideal candidate for restoration.

Ducati Cucciolo 65T

Specifications: 65 cc, OHV cylinder, three speeds.

as Cucciolo motors were bicycles across Italy, Giovanni Fiorio was developing first real motorcycle, the 60 of

The second type 60 Sport was in March 1950. The basic pushrod design would in production until the 125-cc of

1967. With square of 44×43 mm and a three-speed transmission, it 2.25 horsepower at 5,500 The touring 65 T was

released in 1952. The on offer is a nice older with very good and detail work and is very presented.

Ducati 125 Aurea

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