Blueprint Ducati Apollo (1963)

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The Ducati Apollo, released in 1963, is a classic and timeless motorcycle that has secured its place in motorcycle history. The Apollo is powered by a single-cylinder air-cooled four-stroke engine, with a 5-speed transmission housed in an advanced steel frame that provides excellent stability and maneuverability. The Apollo's lighting system is powered by a 12V battery, with headlamps gracing the front of the bike and signal lights fitted at the back. The dished saddle of the Apollo is as comfortable as it is aesthetically pleasing, with stylish black stitching that accents the traditional chocolate brown leather. The instrument panel of the Apollo offers an impressive array of features, including a speedometer mounted on the left side and a tachometer on the right. On the handlebars, you'll find switches for lights, signals, and horn. The mirrors add to the vintage look of the Apollo, with chrome trim and white accents. The tailpipe emits an unmistakable throaty rumble that calls to mind the deep history of this iconic motorcycle. Finally, the Apollo's signature matte black paint job adorns the timeless curves of the bike, making it a unique ride each time it can be seen.

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