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This beautiful fully-restored Ducati Scrambler has only had two owners since new
only a handful of Scramblers have survived in this condition
Needs nothing, is ready for a private collection, and will increase in value every year
The Ducati Scrambler was the brand name for a series of single cylinder scrambler motorcycles made by Ducati for the American market from 1962 until 1974. Its creation is attributed to the American Berliner Motor Corporation. Models were produced in 250 cc through 450 cc displacements. The 450 variant was sold as the "Jupiter" in the United States.
The first Scramblers (1962-1967) were derived from street-legal models, and featured "narrow case" engines with lightly altered frames. It originally derived from a Ducati Diana road bike converted by Michael Berliner for dirt-track racing in America. These Scrambler models all had a maximum engine capacity of 250cc, and are generally referred to as "narrow case Scrambler(s)"
Scrambler OHC 250 (1962-1963)
Scrambler 250 (1964-1968)
Scrambler 350 (1967-1968)
The second series used a wider engine case. Frames were modified with experience derived from Bruno Spaggiari's Ducati factory racing motorcycles.
Engine 2-valve, 4-stroke, air-cooled, 340.2 cc single cylinder
Bevel gear driven SOHC
Alloy cylinder head
cast iron cylinder liner
Bore / stroke 76 mm×75 mm
Compression ratio 9.3:1
Top speed 130 km/h (81 mph)
Power 27 hp at 8,500 rpm
Ignition type Bosch electronic
Transmission 5-speed, wet clutch
Frame type Single-beam steel cradle
Suspension Front : Marzocchi telescopic 35 mm hydraulic fork
Rear : Swingarm with Marzocchi shock, 3-position adjustable
Brakes Front: 180 mm drum with two shoes
Rear: 160 mm drum with one shoe
Tires Front 3.50 x 18 in.
Rear 4.00 x 18 in., Borrani spoked wheels
Seat height 770 mm
Fuel capacity 12.6 l (3.3 US gal) of which 1.6 l reserve
Fuel consumption 20 km/l (47 mpg‑US)