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DesmoDog

Been Around the Block
I've got a slight interest in a certain Italian brand...

My first one, a 1991 907ie, shown at Mid-Ohio in 2005. Just the 907 is mine, though I have lusted after a Superlight from the first day I saw one.


I haven't got any decent pics of this one online. It's the bike that destroyed my interest in new bikes for about ten years. It made me realize I'm not worthy so I switched to vintage bikes. 2000 996


My first bevel Ducati, this is an "after" shot following a 3+ year rebuild. 1974 750GT


My second bevel Ducati project, the mighty 160 shown in my avatar. Another multiyear rebuild. Started out as a '66 Monza Jr.


Current bevel project, it's been in process for a lot of years. Started life as a '66 250 Monza


The bike that brought me back into the modern age


And the top secret, long dormant, built mostly from spare parts project. My response to the over tired, over powered, oversized, overweight, underbraked choppers that were popular a couple years back. This is a very early mock up, it'll have fenders and many details will change... assuming I ever finish it, which is questionable at this point.


Here's the '97 900ss/sp I sold to buy the Hyper



And the '95 900ss/cr I sold to buy the 996


Strange that the 900ss is probably my favorite Ducati, yet it's the only model Ducati I've ever sold! I've sold every Japanese bike I've ever owned though. Hmmm...
 

xb33bsa

Over 1,000 Posts
wow sooo nice ! incredible bikes!! my ole 350 scrambler sits in the corner and is going on the lift as soon as i am done with my BSA which is up there now being readied for winter valley cruising
so i thought i could post this robert carter oil on canvas that hangs in my shop
it is 40x30" can you guess the pilots name ? no cheating
 

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JustinLonghorn

No Purple Hearts, No Blue Ribbons
DesmoDog said:
And the top secret, long dormant, built mostly from spare parts project. My response to the over tired, over powered, oversized, overweight, underbraked choppers that were popular a couple years back. This is a very early mock up, it'll have fenders and many details will change... assuming I ever finish it, which is questionable at this point.
If you decide to abandon that project, I'd like to take it off of your hands.
 

dewjantim

duc in the park.....
When the 860 first came out, I really loved the futuristic styling........ me and about three others. Very nice bike, especially with the silver paint.
 

Sonreir

Oregon
DTT SUPPORTER
My mistress.

2007 Monster 695

  • Carbon fiber DanMoto mufflers
  • Carbon fiber rear hugger
  • Carbon fiber front fender
  • Chopped and shortened rear end
  • Tail light and rear turn signal replacement with smoked all-in-one unit
  • Front signal replacement with bullet style
  • Adjustable aluminum control levers
  • O2 manipulator to richen the mix a tad
 

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DesmoBro

Busted Nut
dewjantim said:
Nice ped..... how about a few pics of the 500 Sport Desmo :eek: :eek: :eek:.

One of these days when i finish these projects i will roll it out and start a build thread on it....until then it remains dormant
 

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joepagejr

New Member
dewjantim said:
When the 860 first came out, I really loved the futuristic styling........ me and about three others. Very nice bike, especially with the silver paint.
Thanks a lot. I plan on doing some major modifications to its appearance at some point in the future. But for now, It's fine as it is.
 

stubbicatt

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2011 Ducati 1198 SP. Now deceased due to an 83 year old lady coming the other way turning in front of me in order to get a sweet at the Dairy Queen. Broke the frame at the headstock as well as destroying the entire front end. After 8 days in the ICU and 6 fractured vertebrae, broken ribs, broken nose and miscellaneous soft tissue damage, she got a $250 fine. Busted the helmet chin bar and cracked the dome over the top, shattered the visor... well.

She was a great bike.
 

Speedfreak

New Member
Hi Italialian bike lovers,

Like the bike's, but missing one of the great Italian brands MOTO GUZZI, so here are some pics of my Café Racer bild from a LeMans 2
Did already post a few in some other treads, but this is the Italian lounge, so here they are.

GrtZ Frank,
 

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