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Ducati 750 Super Sport by Back To Classics

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Jun 4, 2013

Category: Rides

It’s no secret that we love modified motorcycles, but sometimes things are better left untouched, and this Ducati 750 Super Sport from the designers at Back To Classics shows exactly what we’re talking about.

After sitting in a shed for nearly 15 years, this beautifully crafted machine was brought bike to life by Harné Heuvelman. The bike wouldn’t even start due to the timing being off, and that’s where the opportunity was seized to install a few others “extras.” The Ducati saw a new gearbox installed along with oversized pistons, new valves, and all of the seals, gaskets and bearings that go along with it. For stopping power the team added some nice Brembo brakes. The end result is 1976 Ducati that has been returned to near showroom condition.

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