Blueprint Ducati 900 SS (1975)

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The 1975 Ducati 900 SS is a true classic for vintage motorcycle enthusiasts. The 900 SS is a classic Italian cafe racer style bike, and its light weight and responsive handling make it a joy to ride. This bike is powered by a 903cc air-cooled L-twin engine producing a very respectable 65bhp of power at 6,600rpm. The power is transfer to the rear wheel by means of a five-speed gearbox and chain drive. The pair of 40mm DellOrto carburetors, and high lift camshafts, give the Ducati 900 SS an unmistakable exhaust sound that is wailed is famous by enthusiasts all around the world. This beautiful motorcycle features a sleek black chassis, with long, low seat, clip-on handlebars, and bold red shift lever. For stopping power, there are a pair of 10 Brembo front and rear drum brake. The 900 SS also features a 4-gallon fuel tank which keeps it running for around 135 miles. With its combination of power, agility, and classic Italian styling, the Ducati 900 SS is a timeless and collectible piece of history.

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