Blueprint Ducati Mark3 Desmo (1971)

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The Ducati Mark3 Desmo (1971) is a classic, iconic Italian motorcycle. It features a robust steel tube frame with a 750cc, 90° V-twin engine that packs a punch with 54 horsepower @ 8500 rpm. This Desmo model also features tilted, open valve heads which give the bike a distinct exhaust note. Ducati's iconic bevel-gear-driven dual overhead camshafts further enhance the traditional Italian design of the Mark3 Desmo. The Mark3 Desmo also has a large, 16.5-liter fuel tank providing ample range for long trips. Its low-slung, upswept four-into-one exhaust aids in a unique exhaust note and quite efficient aerodynamics. Modern features such as an actual electric starter add to its modern appeal, taking some of the chore out of starting the historical engine of this machinery. The Mark3 Desmo has an attractive, asymmetrical design that still looks great today and is the perfect ride for anyone looking for a classic Italian motorcycle to enjoy. The model boasts a bold combination of style and performance, with dual front discs and a single rear disc giving it superior stopping power for its time. All in all, the Ducati Mark3 Desmo is a timeless, classic motorcycle with modern features that reward its owner with a compelling ride that is sure to make any journey unforgettable.

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