1973 Ducati 350cc SCR Street Scrambler
Frame no. 10862
Engine no. 14736
Ducati's first overhead-camshaft single appeared in 1955. Small capacity lightweight versions were produced initially, the first 250cc models not arriving until 1961. The Bologna company's first '350' the Sebring tourer - followed in 1966 and two years later appeared as the SCR 'Street Scrambler', an off-road styled model aimed primarily at the North American market. The SCR was one of the first new models to have the so-called 'wide case' motor. Not merely confined to the wider rear engine mount, changes to the 'wide case' models included a stronger con-rod and big-end bearing, and an up-rated lubrication system. There were also improvements to the gearbox. Only used on the street and described as in fair, un-restored condition, this Street Scrambler was bought at Daytona and is offered with Irish Motor Vehicle Registration and Duty Certificates. Harry has ridden the Ducati on a few club runs and says that it goes well.
- The engine number is 114736. There is no ROI Registration certificate with this machine. The machine is offered with US Title, Duty Certificate and Bill of Sale.