1967 Ducati Monza Junior 160
THERE is only one thing like a Ducati—another Ducati. These little Italian overhead-camshaft bikes have an appearance and performance which is entirely their own. A potent-looking, revvable and willing cammy engine unit combines gracefully with a taut, race-bred frame and front fork which give faultless handling. Latest of the stable, the touring 160 Monza Junior, is no exception. If anything it is one of the pleasantest Ducatis ever. The sit-up riding position and the large, well-padded dual seat bring this machine out of the traditional Ducati rut of spartan comfort. This is a great example and will require uk registration. Ducati owners club dating certificate and original Ducati service manual are supplied with the bike.