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I have it, that price must be a misprint. It's an OK book. The 999 book is the best I have.
 

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I have it. It's very informative, and loaded with pictures - a great coffee table/bathroom book. But $164 Canadian? I don't think so.
 

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What did you guys pay? Online? Where please?:)

Thank you, come again...
 

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not to start another fight,but the ''999 birth of a legend'' by alan cathcart is a decent coffee table book.the first third is all superbike history.and theres lots of interesting renderings of the design ideas and r&d that goes into the bike and engine.add the fact its outdated so i've seen it quite cheap.ilikelyn interesting to any ducati fan
 

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Canuck for likely:confused:?
 

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There is always 2 prices on books and the Canadian price is always higher ...even eith favorable exchange rates..Pays for our FREE health care...:mad:
 

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I have several shelf feet of books on Ducati that have accumulated over the years, but I find myself reaching for Ian Falloon's Standard Catalog of Ducati Motorcycles most often. It really has the most bang for the buck of any Ducati book in my opinion.

Most Ducati books are redundant to the point of NO value. Choose carefully unless you are just building a collection that collects dust.
 
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