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I have this picture saved in my computer from a couple of years back. I don't know where I got it and have no clue what it is. I am pretty sure it is a Frankenstein of some sort. Can anybody identify the tank, frame, motor, seat, fork & wheels? Thanks in advance.

-Matt


 

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Its probably based on an 860/900 GTS from the mid- to late-'70s. The tank, saddle and headlamp supports are from that model. It has been upgraded with later wheels and brake disks, non-stock shocks and who knows what else.

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I think it may be the other way round: those guards/wheels/forks etc are very Darmah, so maybe the base is a Darmah with the 860 tank and seat added?
 

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I think it may be the other way round: those guards/wheels/forks etc are very Darmah, so maybe the base is a Darmah with the 860 tank and seat added?
As far as I can tell from photos, the later GTS models used the same guards as the Darmah.

Bruce
 

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captpaul,

we had a lot of 860 and Darmah bikes in OZ.

Front discs seem wrong?

Prolly crashed bike, when repairs came tank and what eva was handy.

Captain Fuego
 

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My first Ducati was a brand new1962 200 ducati, looked like the 250 monza,
all my ducatis have been bevels, sorry to say I've never been to oz!
 

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Oz has some nice roads and like the US , huge distances.
Maybe one day ?
 
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