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350Desmo - 010Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 011Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 012Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 013Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 014Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 009Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 007Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 004Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 003Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 006Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 002Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016.Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 005Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016. Apr 27, 2017
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350Desmo - 001Introduced in 1971 and produced just for that and the following year (before the final Tartarini-styled models of '73-74), the 250, 350 & 450 Desmo's most prominent feature was the silver metalflake fibreglass bodywork. This Italian registered bike was exported to the US and is in correct, original condition apart from the following: front mudguard should be attached by hose clamps, not bolted; the horn grill should be chrome, not black; the standard plastic/Bakelite tach mount (which always broke at low milage) has been replaced with an alloy item; the speedo cable is not fitted. The 350 was perhaps the pick of the range - a bit more power than the 250 but without the vibration and (sometimes) starting dramas of the 450. Different markets tended to receive particular models, the UK took mainly 350s while Australia imported mostly 250 & 450s (1971-2: 250-76, 350-19, 450-159). 24hp at 8,000rpm. Dry weight 128kg. Photographed in northern California. 2016.Apr 27, 2017
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AGP16 - 757Scott Redding / Ducati GP15Apr 25, 2017
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AGP16 - 756Mike Jones / Ducati GP14Apr 25, 2017
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AGP16 - 758Bradley Smith / Yamaha YZR-M1Apr 25, 2017
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