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@JDS Sorry, been away on holiday for a week...

Very rarely see Scramblers for sale. Highly prized!
 

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Hi Jonathan

I know, even the less rare Ducati's only come up now and again..

Hope you had a good holiday.

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Here is one & there is a few in Italy - I don't know why but I don't really go for the Scramblers. I have found a few in Italy as well or more to the point my relatives find them for me :)
 

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If someone in the US really wants one of those silver and yellow MV Scramblers I know where one is near me, and it might be for sale.
 

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Cheers for the link Rob.. I've always liked the scrambler look, as it reminds me of Steve McQeen in the On Any Sunday film..

That's why I recently bought a Yamaha 74 DT400 and then added to the collection a 69 DT1 250 and a 72 RT1 360..

Scramblers are cool and they don't come any cooler than a 67 Triumph TT120C... Check out my picture album.

If I could find a nice MV or Ducati Scrambler in the UK, then I would be interested, but it's to much hard work to ship one in from abroad at the moment, as the UK has recently changed its import rules..

I know it's not your cup of tea, but have you heard that Ducati are making a retro version of their old Scrambler bike.. Check it out on Google..

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Cheers for the link Rob.. I've always liked the scrambler look, as it reminds me of Steve McQeen in the On Any Sunday film..

That's why I recently bought a Yamaha 74 DT400 and then added to the collection a 69 DT1 250 and a 72 RT1 360..

Scramblers are cool and they don't come any cooler than a 67 Triumph TT120C... Check out my picture album.

If I could find a nice MV or Ducati Scrambler in the UK, then I would be interested, but it's to much hard work to ship one in from abroad at the moment, as the UK has recently changed its import rules..

I know it's not your cup of tea, but have you heard that Ducati are making a retro version of their old Scrambler bike.. Check it out on Google..

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Hey John, you know me I respect (genuine) passion above all else regardless of what it is for :) I do get what you are saying about the scrambler & link that gives it meaning to you. I think that's cool if that's worth anything - lol

As for the Ducati Scrambler a (well meaning) person who doesn't know me very well showed me a magazine with a pic and his preamble was "I know you love bikes and you are going LOVE this new Ducati" and proceeds to show the new Scrambler.

I was, of course, polite but did point that not all Italian bikes are Ducatis just like not all Asians are Japanese. He had a laugh at the analogy as I did at him thinking I'd LOVE that thing or more to point presuming to know what I'd love when he is a casual acquaintance (lovely guy) at best.

I said hell I am as far removed from a Ducatista as you could get and EVEN I realise that thing is wrong! It has an extra cylinder :laughing: I mean a remake of a single with a twin? Gosh I hope MV don't ever do that - the embarrasment will kill me! ;)
 
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