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Wrenchmonkees' Custom Ducati 750 SS

I sometimes winder how would the world of motorcycle design looks today if Mad max had a Ducati. He did not, however, so when in need of a post-apocalyptic bike (some simply crave such machines) it's down to extraordinary guys like the Copenhagen-based Wrenchmonkees.
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The Wrenchmonkees thought 1995 was a good year for Ducati, so they chose to dismantle a '95 750 SS down to the last nut and bolt and started to rebuild it their way. After replacing the rear sub-frame with a Wrenchmonkees-design one better complementing the way the future bike would look, they added a custom fiberglass rear cowl in the vein of the old racing bikes.

The tank had also to be re-modeled, though it's still the standard one. In fact, the frame, swingarm, fork, wheels and brakes are original 750 SS elements. The exhaust comes from the same bike, but now it ends in Megatron mufflers.

The Monster top yoke accommodates the Tarozzi clip-on handlebars and the Motogadget instrument gauge. Turn signals, rear and front lights, seat and front fender are Wrenchmonkees originals, though. Add in K & N filters and a custom gunmetal paint job and here's your postapocalyptic elegant Ducati fighter, ready for some racing.

 
 
 
 
 

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