1972 350 Road

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GT Pete
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1972 350 Road

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Here is my 1972 350 Scrambler. I picked it up last week

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I have already removed the tank decals. It came with the correct decals. It needs a little fixing up but it is a runner. The rims are Sun gold anodized and the turn signals are aftermarket ( but only bolted on )

I had hoped to take it outside for some better pictures, but we got a foot of snow this weekend. Oh well, Spring will be here soon.
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Pete,
John here,I bought your 750GT nice to see you picked up another Ducati,l like it,good luck with and nice a wonderful holiday.

I have'nt taken the GT apart yet,have been collecting some parts,but it should be only a couple of weeks before she starts her restoration.

Thanks again and have a nice holiday.

John
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Post by GT Pete »

Here are some more pictures. I have found a better tank, new gauge holders and grips. I have changed the title to 350 Road as I guess that is what it really is. The larger seat and early 750 style headlight and brackets are what makes it different from the scrambler.

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