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100Sport - 013After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 012After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 010After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 009After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 008After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 007After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 003After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 004After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 002After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 005After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 006After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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100Sport - 001After the introduction of the OHC 175cc, Ducati followed with 125cc ('57) and 100cc ('58) models. Apart from the smaller physical size of the barrel & head both the new models had smooth, rather than finned sumps. While the 100 was sold only domestically (and discontinued in 1960) the 125 saw higher demand and was produced up until 1965. This restoration was purchased from an Italian collector before being imported to the USA but is not completely correct. A speedo should be fitted and the blanking cover that is fitted is from a later generation. In addition the oil drain & filler plugs should be marked Esso not AGIP, the battery strap should be black, the seat is not the correct shape, the wrong grips are fitted and the horn is the incorrect type. 8hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 100kg. Top speed 105kph. Photographed in northern California. 2016.May 22, 2017
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M-D351 - 013Six Moraco-Droulhiole monocoque chassis were built in the early 1970s - of which five survive. The Maingret brothers used Bernard Droulhiole's alloy monocoque design and a slightly enlarged Yamaha TZ350 motor as their entry into the 500cc class. In 1974 their riders were Patrick Pons and Christian Bourgeois. Pons placed 4th at Spa which was the team's best finish. The chassis weighed 7.35kg with the bike's dry weight being 100kg. 64hp at 10,000rpm. Photographed in France. 2016. Amicale Spirt of Speed bike.May 20, 2017
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M-D351 - 015Six Moraco-Droulhiole monocoque chassis were built in the early 1970s - of which five survive. The Maingret brothers used Bernard Droulhiole's alloy monocoque design and a slightly enlarged Yamaha TZ350 motor as their entry into the 500cc class. In 1974 their riders were Patrick Pons and Christian Bourgeois. Pons placed 4th at Spa which was the team's best finish. The chassis weighed 7.35kg with the bike's dry weight being 100kg. 64hp at 10,000rpm. Photographed in France. 2016. Amicale Spirt of Speed bike.May 20, 2017
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M-D351 - 012Six Moraco-Droulhiole monocoque chassis were built in the early 1970s - of which five survive. The Maingret brothers used Bernard Droulhiole's alloy monocoque design and a slightly enlarged Yamaha TZ350 motor as their entry into the 500cc class. In 1974 their riders were Patrick Pons and Christian Bourgeois. Pons placed 4th at Spa which was the team's best finish. The chassis weighed 7.35kg with the bike's dry weight being 100kg. 64hp at 10,000rpm. Photographed in France. 2016. Amicale Spirt of Speed bike. 100kg. 64hp at 10,000rpm. Photographed in France. 2016. Amicale Spirt of Speed bike.May 20, 2017
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M-D351 - 010Six Moraco-Droulhiole monocoque chassis were built in the early 1970s - of which five survive. The Maingret brothers used Bernard Droulhiole's alloy monocoque design and a slightly enlarged Yamaha TZ350 motor as their entry into the 500cc class. In 1974 their riders were Patrick Pons and Christian Bourgeois. Pons placed 4th at Spa which was the team's best finish. The chassis weighed 7.35kg with the bike's dry weight being 100kg. 64hp at 10,000rpm. Photographed in France. 2016. Amicale Spirt of Speed bike.May 20, 2017
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