Specs

Engine b
Engine
350cc
Trans b
Transmission
Manual
Gauge b
Mileage
13,073
Key b
VIN
462552

Highlights

  • BAT AUCTION
  • 13073 Miles
  • Excellent Condition

Description

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The Ducati Scrambler w...

COMING SOON ON BAT AUCTION!

WE OFFER SHIPPING WORLDWIDE PLEASE EMAIL US YOUR ZIP OR PORT OF ENTRY FOR A QUOTE!

Pre-Purchase inspections welcome, we describe these vehicles to the best of our ability. There are NO returns on vehicles purchased. Please do your due diligence prior to purchase, to ensure this vehicle is to your standards of quality.

The Ducati Scrambler was the brand name for a series of single cylinder scrambler motorcycles made by Ducati for the American market on 1962. Its creation is attributed to the American Berliner Motor Corporation. It underwent continual modification until 1968, when the true Scramblers with "wide-casing" engines were brought out, first in the 250 and 350 versions and then, in 1969, the 450. The Ducati Scrambler 450 was aesthetically the same as the 350 version, it was marketed in a very bright yellow with some chrome on the tank. The production of the Scrambler 250 and the 350 in 1972 was entrusted to the Spanish company Mototrans, them assembled at its facilities in Barcelona. The Scrambler was fitted with a single-cylinder engine designed by Fabio Taglioni, the handle was off to a suitable driving off the road and wings were painted in the same color as the body. In 1968 the Ducati Scrambler was marketed in Italy, bound to become one of the most beloved bikes in that country. The Scrambler series included a few bikes with Desmo cylinder heads, and was subjected to continual technical adjustment right up until 1974, when production was halted.

The reasons for the Scrambler's commercial success were manifold. It had an excellent frame (it was even used for track racing, which is probably unprecedented in motorbike history) and an engine perfectly suited for its function. It was not the fastest bike of its day, but its general performance and absolutely centered riding position, made it one of the most delightful machines of the era. It was an extremely fashionable bike, and remains popular today. The Scrambler was considered a balance between American and European schools of motorcycling. The Scrambler was extremely stylish; rounded lines, simultaneously classical and modern, and bright colors contrasting with the black running gear and chromo gas tank.

All advertised prices exclude government fees and taxes, any finance charges, and any emission
testing charges. The price for listed vehicles as equipped does not include charges such as:
License, Title, Registration Fees, State and Local Taxes, Smog Fees, and Physical Damage of
Liability Insurance. Dealer makes no representations, expressed or implied, to any actual or
prospective purchaser or owner of this vehicle to the existence, ownership, accuracy, description or
condition of the listed vehicles equipment, accessories, price, specials or any warranties. Any and all
differences must be addressed prior to the sale of this vehicle. Your actual mileage will vary
depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.

Additional Fees:

There is a $250.00 dealer fee that is not included in the original price.

Shipping Assistance

We assume no responsibility for damages incurred after the vehicle leaves our showroom. All
shipping arrangements are provided by Bullet Motorsports Inc as a courtesy. We are not affiliated
with any carrier. Any claims or other communication regarding shipment of vehicles will be between
you and the shipper, not with Bullet Motorsports Inc.

Quality Disclaimer

Due to our inventory size, we are unable to drive every vehicle for long distances. We also cannot
guarantee that every gauge, light, window, horn, option, function, etc., will work as it should. Please
check your local state inspection requirements. We do our best to inspect these vehicles in every
detail and note any imperfections in the advertisement. Please note that we do not guarantee any air
conditioning systems, gauges, or electrical systems. Given the nature of the vintage vehicles we sell,
these components will need upkeep or attention. In addition, many times these vehicles sit for long
periods of time and once you begin to drive them seals harden and gaskets may begin to leak!
Classic cars leak. Please make sure you are comfortable with this before buying a vintage
automobile. The information contained in this ad is solely for convenience. The description is an
opinion only and should not be considered a complete description of any or all faults; it may not be
relied upon nor taken as fact or otherwise a representation or warranty of any sort. Please note, we
did NOT build or restore the vehicle. Vehicles are sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS with all faults
known/unknown and with no implied warranty. Pre-Purchase inspections welcome, we describe
these vehicles to the best of our ability.

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