Blueprint Ducati 350 Desmo (1974)

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The Ducati 350 Desmo, introduced in 1974, is a classic Italian motorcycle known for its racing heritage and iconic styling. While small in size, measuring at a length of 83 inches and a width of 27 inches, the Ducati 350 Desmo was a powerhouse of a bike, boasting a 348 ppv engine capable of producing 35 hp. The front suspension was accomplished with telescopic swivelling fork with hydraulic damper, and the rear was done with spiral cylinders and hydraulic shock absorbers. The styling of this bike was something to behold, with its full-cradle frame, sporty fuel tank and "dual seat design," making for a timeless look. Its polished alloy Trimatic gearbox and 6-speed gear change made it a true performance bike. The Ducati 350 Desmo was a fun, reliable, and elegant bike that was beloved by racing enthusiasts for its ability to handle the twists and turns of the track with ease. Its iconic styling remains timeless to this day, making it one of the most sought-after motorcycles in the world.

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