ducati scrambler
jaydmc
Posted 3/1/2017 5:49 PM (#92569)
Subject: ducati scrambler


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Here are some photo's of a Ducati Scrambler we just finished up with one of our Classic sidecars.
Jay G
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www.dmcsidecars.com
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jay@dmcsidecars.com



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Hack'n
Posted 3/1/2017 7:58 PM (#92570 - in reply to #92569)
Subject: Re: ducati scrambler



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Good lookin' rig, Jay.

Those Ducks don't offer much mud protection, do they?

Lonnie
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nomack
Posted 3/2/2017 4:44 AM (#92579 - in reply to #92569)
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Looks good. Is that wood grain vinyl wrap on the body side?
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AJ1200
Posted 3/2/2017 8:00 AM (#92582 - in reply to #92569)
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Sweet looking rig
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IndSlim
Posted 3/2/2017 9:20 AM (#92583 - in reply to #92582)
Subject: Re: ducati scrambler


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Is the wheel on the chair 19"?
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jaydmc
Posted 3/2/2017 10:33 AM (#92584 - in reply to #92569)
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The wheel we used on the sidecar is a Ducati front wheel.
Some builds are more about looks, hence the fender to match the style of the original front fender of the bike. We did however make a new front fender in the style of the original so that the two fenders would be an exact match.
Jay G
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CCjon
Posted 3/2/2017 10:16 PM (#92597 - in reply to #92569)
Subject: Re: ducati scrambler



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The styling of that rig should be extremely popular with the millennials. Very good looking even to a Baby Boomer.

Major high five for whoever designed it, and again for those who built it.

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DRONE
Posted 3/7/2017 12:12 PM (#92663 - in reply to #92569)
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nomack - 3/2/2017 1:44 AM Looks good. Is that wood grain vinyl wrap on the body side?

I've seen this rig in person.  The fuel tank and the car were painted to match.  Painted.  No vinyl wrap.  That's paint.  Don't know how they did it but it looks incredible close up.
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NiftyScout
Posted 3/13/2017 3:24 AM (#92741 - in reply to #92569)
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It's beautiful.
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