1965 Ducati Diana

The first production Ducati 250 debuted at the Milan Fair in April 1961. It was called the Diana but was named as the “Daytona” in the UK. The 250cc single cylinder Desmo motor puts out a reported 24hp and is fueled by a single Dell Orto carburetor and a four speed gear box which gets it down the road with a reported top speed of 85 mph. This very nice example has been properly restored and shows just over 2,600 miles on the odometer. Show or go, this little Italian beauty would make an excellent addition to any collection or a fun classic rider. 


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