Blueprint Ducati 750 Imola (1972)

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The Ducati 750 Imola is an iconic Italian-made sporting motorcycle that has been around since 1972. It is a classic two-valve bevel drive, meaning it utilizes a single camshaft and two valves, helping the engine to develop 46 horsepower at 6,900 rpm. The Ducati 750 Imola was a revolutionary design for the time with its angular lines and lightweight steel frame. It comes equipped with an 18-inch, five-spoke alloy mag wheel, a single Brembo dual-disc front brake, a four-into-one exhaust, and electronic ignition. The Ducati 750 Imola exudes a certain sense of power and performance that other bikes of the era just cant achieve. It is known for its strong acceleration, light handling, and agile character. This bike was built for the track, but its just as capable on the streets. Its perfect for the everyday rider who wants to experience a bit of history on two wheels. The Ducati 750 Imola is a timeless classic and a testament to the power of Italian engineering.

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