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1986 UK from New Bimota DB1 For Sale

The DB1 was Bimota’s first all-Italian street model using a tuned 750cc Pantah engine in Federico Martini’s amazing, all-enclosing bodywork. If the styling looks familiar, it’s because Ducati echoed the DB1 with its Paso model, which was ironically designed by Massimo Tamburini, who had founded Bimota but moved on to better-paying prospects at the much larger Cagiva and Ducati factory.The racing frame remained the same as the production DB1, (as raced by Davide Tardozzi) as nothing needed improving there with its chromoly steel tubing welded into a triangulated birdcage design. The engine is used as a stressed member to save weight, and the swingarm pivots within the crankcase for maximum strength and concentricity with the final drive chain. Simply stunning condition, aluminium Fuel cell and crankcase breather box....Comes with all Documentation and full history from New when supplied by Sports Motorcycles (aka of Mike Hailwood fame) in 1985...Owners Handbook, Service Manual, Spare Parts manual and Sales Brochure...I'm the 4th Owner, and in contact with the previous owners still...I've had her for nearly 8 years...planned move overseas forces sale
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