I never heard of the 350 but do recall a model called a Mojave 360 that was a pretty good looking bike IMHO. I believe they vibrated pretty good compared to the 250 versions which are usually what you find out there. There is a Micapeak Benelli-Motobi List I belong to, you should join, those guys will know more about your bike. I'm more of an MV and Motobi guy.Hulagun, THANKS for the info. I found out something awesome from "John" I met in Virginia. I bought a prt from him off ebay today, we went over the bike over the phone, this is a very rare Benelli. It is a 350. Pretty rare.
Bummer! Hopefully your friend got some enjoyment out of building his collection, anyway. There's a lot of psychology around why collectors collect, and how our egos get mixed up with stuff we acquire. Years ago I sold off my 25 antique bicycles (and my Harley), and went motorcycle racing. I found motorcycle racers to be helpful, friendly, and happy.. most of my friends now are racers or former racers. The thing about racing or similar competition is that respect comes from deeds, not from words or from 'things'!He had almost every pre war colson bike in that buidling in the background. He sold them all because the other collectors were elitests and just not very friendly in general, sad it pushed him out of it after amassing a million dollar collection.