June 30, 2009

Ducati – lightweight leader for 1962!

250cc OHC “Monza” – The precision engineered overhead camshaft, ally-engined single is the most advanced 250cc machine on the road today. Built to last by experienced craftsmen, the 1962 “Monza” represents the ultimate in performance, appearance and reliability. Large full-hub, finned front and rear brakes, “Western” style handlebars, swing-arm rear suspension with adjustable shocks, Tele-draulic front fork, four-speed constant mesh gearbox in unit with the engine, cushion drive, multi-plate clutch rotates on dual ball bearings, comfortable dual seat, center and side stand. Oil breather tube is connected to air cleaner to introduce unburnt hydrocarbons into the combustion chamber for increased performance and economy. 22 HP. Exhaust, muffler, handlebars and fork tubes are triple chrome plated.

Mentioned in ad: 250cc OHC Monza, 250cc OHC Scrambler, Ducati Bronco 98 OHV, 250cc OHC Diana Sports, 200cc OHC Americano, Venus 150 by Steyr, Zundapp 250cc Super Sabre, Sachs J-BE K-125, Berliner Motor Corporation, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey

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