Vintage Ducati Motorcycles — Wikicollecting

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Ducati 125 Bronco

Brief history

Based in following World War II, Ducati to produce motorbikes that powered by a small single engine. From the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s, Ducati manufactured a diversity of bikes, ranging small single-cylinder motorbikes as the Ducati TS Cycle to thoroughbred like the 125 Bronco.

In 1962, produced the Mach 1 and thus a place in motorcycling history. derived from earlier models, the Mach 1 was considerably tuned and possessed an extra The Mach 1 was by far the fastest 250cc motorbike available at the time and was to produce speeds of over

In the mid-1960s Ducati motorbikes selling well in North and enjoyed similar success in export markets, including Australia and Britain. In 1967, over eight years of the first production Desmodronic was introduced by Ducati, which form the blue-print of future design.

In the 1970s Ducati concentrated on their race having won a number of the most motorbike racing awards, the Imola 200, the Isle of Man TT and the 200. However, Ducati to manufacturer models for the road and produced the exceptionally quick Ducati 450 Desmo and the 1973 750SS.

Guide for collectors of Vintage Motorcycles

Collectors can buy vintage motorbikes at reputable auctioneers as Bonhams and vintage motorbike such as Cheffins. Vintage motorbikes are also sold on sites, such as, but quality is variable. An example of is a Ducati s4rs, which was in December 2011 for £6,500.

Ducati 125 Bronco

Annual International Motorbike such as the one held in Stafford, are also a good place to deals as they allow to inspect the items personally.

are a number of online Ducati and forums that specialise in models and are the perfect place for who wish to restore their themselves. These are often a source for dealers, engineers, stocking and general information vintage motorbike restoration. of these include, and

Notable auction sales of Ducati Motorcycles

In May 2004, an 1975 Ducati 900SS was sold at Bonhams for $25,300. The was one of the most single-minded superbikes Ducati ever unleashed the open road and are extremely to collectors and motorbike enthusiasts. street-legal production racers, a number of 900SSs were to celebrate Ducati’s victory in the 200 race in 1972.

At the International Classic Motorcycle Stafford, on April 2003, a Ducati 864cc replica of Hailwood’s victorious 1978 of Man TT campaign was auctioned by Bonhams for a price £3,450. The replica had produced by Ducati to capitalise on now famous victory after he had out of top flight motorbike racing for years. Produced and sold for the UK market, this item had had two previous owners and covered than three-thousand miles.

Ducati 125 Bronco
Ducati 125 Bronco
Ducati 125 Bronco

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