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I MONOCILINDRICI DUCATI 1946/1977 DAL CUCCIOLO AL DESMO

The history of the Ducati production of singles, both two-strokes and four strokes, starting from the postwar years up to 1977. Included the list of a...
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The history of the Ducati production of singles, both two-strokes and four strokes, starting from the postwar years up to 1977. Included the list of all carburettors employed, the colours schedule, electrical components and the racing history.
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Binding Softbound
Pages 96
Size cm. 21x29
Photos 300 foto B/N e COL + disegni
Publishing Date 2010
Text Italian
Author Manacorda Ettore
Author Piacentini Silvano
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