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Ducati 650 Indiana

#1 barnwell

Posted 14 January — 01:24 PM

A Ducati I hear you say. This is a Ducati Indiana 650, or at it was before Tony Prust of motorcycles got his hands on it. Only 240 if were imported into the US, and were only made for one

But all that is history, as the bike has now transformed into what describes as a Muscle Bobber. goes my plan for a Category on The Bike Shed).

The bike to a customer who picked it up ‘damaged in from the previous owner and it to the Analog shop to see if Tony a crack at customising it. He was initially a bobber with forward controls but Tony thought it suit a more vintage look and feel.

The rear of the bike was raised two using a pair of Gazi Lite shocks, while the was lowered an inch. Clip-ons and a dash were fitted a Magura radial master and bar end turn signals. which care of the front-end upgrades. It seriously tidy.

At the back the subframe was chopped and a seat pan was fabricated to support the fender and hump. Custom side-panels were fitted to some of the electrics still on All the lighting was replaced with parts, and the hydraulic lines replaces with new Hel items.

The was refreshed by TJ at Ducati Milwaukee and engine cases were of their pitted finish as mine – thanks Ducati!) and to a black wrinkle powdercoat The custom one-off exhaust was black, and fitted with baffles to keep the back-pressure and the bark of the 650cc Ducati The airbox was left on the bike as part of the backbone of the frame, and so the Bing carbs with unique intake rubbers.

For the hoops, Dunlop Qualifiers for the Yamaha V-Max where a fit. It terms of the finish and Tony wanted to pay homage to the Ducati vibe, so he had the bike in late ’70s graphics, of the Ducati 900ss, in grey and

Ducati 650 Indiana
Ducati 650 Indiana

When this bike was built, clearly no-one it. Not even Ducati. It didn’t and it didn’t later achieve any of cult status, unlike the Classic 1000 of 2005, but ugly duckling has been into an extremely unique that Tony and the bike’s new are extremely pleased with.

We all of the builds coming out of Analog so we’ll try to keep up with all up-coming work. Cooking in the right now are a 1971 Triumph 250, 1949 Indian 249, and a 1958 BMW R50. So in the works for 2014. Thanks to for sharing with the Bike

See more from Analog on their Website and Facebook. or on The Bike Shed.

Thanks go to at Crown Autobody for the paintwork and top Art at Rod’s design for all the upholstery.

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