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Ducati

1966 Ducati 250 Mark 3 Diana Project Bike Vintage Bevel Cafe Racer Mk3 350 450


  • 1966 Ducati 250 Mark 3 Diana Project Bike Vintage Bevel Cafe Racer Mk3 350 450
  • 1966 Ducati 250 Mark 3 Diana Project Bike Vintage Bevel Cafe Racer Mk3 350 450
  • 1966 Ducati 250 Mark 3 Diana Project Bike Vintage Bevel Cafe Racer Mk3 350 450
  • 1966 Ducati 250 Mark 3 Diana Project Bike Vintage Bevel Cafe Racer Mk3 350 450
Description
Price : USD2,750 (Fixed)
Date : August 16, 2019
Condition : Used
Year : 1966
Model : Other
Mileage : 12345
VIN : DM250
Shipping to : United States tttttttt ttttttt</span>
Location : Murrieta, California, United States

Here is a great opportunity to restore a Ducati Mark 3 Diana.  This is a project bike, please don’t let the pics fool you….this bike needs a full restoration!  I acquired it as a parts bike and added a few parts to it over the years.  It is now fairly complete.  The missing items are readily available on ebay and other sources like Classic Ducati UK.  Please study the pics closely and ask any questions you may have.  Other than the obvious missing parts and issues clearly seen in the pictures, here are a few other observations I have made that may be hard to see.-Correct M. Baruzzo rear rim, front was replaced with Radaelli at some point.-Correct key-less headlight shell, no instruments or wiring.-Rear fender is replacement, missing top support.-Levers are missing adjusters-I took the head off, it is the proper big valve MK3 head, however, the piston has no rings.  Nice bore and hi-comp borgo, just no rings.  Perhaps the previous owner was planning a tune up and lost interest?-Center stand tweaked a bit-Tach drive is missing one of the worm drives (see pic)-Very, very slight bend on right side of rear frame loop.  Impossible to see in pics or when the seat is installed.  I only noticed it as I was giving the bike a good look over for this auction.  I’m assuming it could be fixed, or just never noticed.  I added a picture trying to show this…it’s so subtle you can’t really see it.  Just wanted to be 100% accurate listing this project bike.-I have no title or paperwork.  This is a project bike, and I have no title.  The buyer will have to register or title it in there state.  It’s a somewhat easy, but time consuming thing to do here in California.

Shipping is the buyer’s responsibility. I will help on my end as much as possible, but I will not crate it.
I require a deposit and the balance paid by cash on pick up or cleared cashier’s check prior to a shipper picking it up.

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