DUCATI 75 ANNI IN DESIGN
WRITTEN BY DECIO GIULIO RICCARDO CARUGATI
This book captures emotion in a vividly illustrated historical review of every major design, including the Cucciolo auxiliary bicycle engine in the late 1940s and Ducati’s first mass-produced motorcycle, the 1958 Elite 200, and the Scrambler, 750 GT, Pantah, 851, Monster and today’s MH900e. Interviews with the protagonists who shaped the company and its products make this a complete tribute to what makes Ducatis so special. Details about the original factory’s products — condensers, radios, projectors, and mini-cameras — are featured for a well-rounded account about the company’s history.
The book is presented in a nice slipcase.
The book is new, hard cover, 158 pages, English text.