Blueprint Ducati 450 Desmo SilverShotgun (1971)

Ducati 450 Desmo SilverShotgun (1971)


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The Ducati 450 Desmo SilverShotgun is a classic Italian motorcycle from 1971. At the time of its release, it was hailed as the fastest bike in the world and the pinnacle of Ducati innovation. The bike has a sleek, retro look that is unmistakable. Its iconic silver paint job is juxtaposed against the classic red and white Ducati logos on the gas tank and tail. The 450 Desmo SilverShotgun is powered by a bevel-drive, air-cooled, single-cylinder 450 cc two-stroke engine, producing 40 hp and 33 lb·ft of torque. It is paired with a five-speed manual transmission, allowing for precise control of its agile handling capabilities. The bike is fitted with Brembo brakes and Marzocchi telescopic forks for optimal handling. The fit and finish of the Ducati 450 Desmo SilverShotgun is a sight to behold with Italian craftsmanship at its finest. It was a status symbol that set the standard for Italian bike design. The Ducati 450 Desmo SilverShotgun is a classic and iconic motorcycle that will be a treasure for any collector.

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