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Ducati Cafe Racers

1972 Ducati Custom Cafe Racer

  • 1972 Ducati Custom Cafe Racer
  • 1972 Ducati Custom Cafe Racer
  • 1972 Ducati Custom Cafe Racer
  • 1972 Ducati Custom Cafe Racer
Price : USD7,000 (Auction)
Date : September 15, 2019
Condition : Used
Year : 1972
Model : Other
Bike Type : Café Racer
Mileage : 300
Engine Size : 350
VIN : 110926
Shipping to : Local pick-up only
Location : Atlanta, Georgia, United States

This bike was built by West Coast Racing in Austin with engine rebuild, custom 1 into 2 exhaust, Tomaselli clip ons and levers, Ceriani forks, Akront shouldered wheels with new stainless spokes laced by Buchanan’s in California. It has race grade heat disbursing brakes, Werx performance shocks and new Avon Road Rider tires. Hand made aluminum tank with Monza gas cap was fabricated by PipeWorx in Austin with front aluminum fender, splash guard and seat cowl section fabricated by GT-Moto of Dallas.  The beautiful leather seat with red stitching and piping was hand made and installed by Sue at ASM Upholstery in Dallas(of Gas Monkey Garage fame). The original battery box has been removed for a cleaner look and weight reduction with a lightweight lithium battery installed in a custom made battery holder under the rear cowl. Frame has not been repainted but honestly think the frame looks better in its current vintage look with no rust. The bike is quick and handles like a dream with the fork and suspension setup along with the very light weight. Front headlight and rear license plate light/brake are operational. It also has a tack drive that will allow a tachometer to be installed if desired. This bike is truly unique and a testament to hand built craftsmanship that you will be proud to own, ride or even show.

I purchased the bike shortly after the rebuild as a piece of artwork. Upon delivery I did one test ride and then promptly drained the fuel tank and placed the bike inside my office as a display piece. The bike has not been started for the past three years. 

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