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#MIN062031495 - 2003 Ducati Desmosedici MotoGP Bike - Loris Capirossi, "Dirty Version" (1:6 Scale)

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1999 Ducati 996 World Superbike - Troy Corser 1999 Ducati 996 World Superbike - Troy Corser (1:6 Scale)

Here it is, the reigning King of the Superbikes. Ducati's 996 and its predecessors have won the World Superbike Championship so many times, we've lost count. Somehow, its relatively low-tech desmodromic V-Twin engine and steel-trellis chassis continue to deliver the goods long after they should have been relegated to yesterday status.

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1999 Ducati 996 Super Bike - Carl Fogarty, World Champion 1999 Ducati 996 Super Bike - Carl Fogarty, World Champion (1:6 Scale)

Here it is, the reigning King of the Superbikes. Ducati's 996 and its predecessors have won the World Superbike Championship so many times, we've lost count. Somehow, its relatively low-tech desmodromic V-Twin engine and steel-trellis chassis continue to deliver the goods long after they should have been relegated to yesterday status.

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2001 Ducati 996RS Team GSE-Racing World Superbike - Neil Hodgson 2001 Ducati 996RS Team GSE-Racing World Superbike - Neil Hodgson (1:6 Scale)

Here it is, the reigning King of the Superbikes. Ducati's 996 and its predecessors have won the World Superbike Championship so many times, we've lost count. Somehow, its relatively low-tech desmodromic V-Twin engine and steel-trellis chassis continue to deliver the goods long after they should have been relegated to yesterday status.

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2002 Ducati 998 R Team NCR World Superbike - Pierfrancesco Chilli 2002 Ducati 998 R Team NCR World Superbike - Pierfrancesco Chilli (1:6 Scale)

Here it is, the reigning King of the Superbikes. Ducati's 996 and its predecessors have won the World Superbike Championship so many times, we've lost count. Somehow, its relatively low-tech desmodromic V-Twin engine and steel-trellis chassis continue to deliver the goods long after they should have been relegated to yesterday status.

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2003 Ducati Desmosedici MotoGP Bike - Loris Capirossi, Dirty Version 2003 Ducati Desmosedici MotoGP Bike - Loris Capirossi, "Dirty Version" (1:6 Scale)

Ducati abandoned the Grand Prix racing scene at the start of the 1970s. For many years the 500 class was essentially a class for two-stroke bikes, an engineering technology that was far removed from the four-stroke road-going machines sold by Ducati.

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2002 Ducati 998 R Team Infostrada World Superbike - Ruben Xaus 2002 Ducati 998 R Team Infostrada World Superbike - Ruben Xaus (1:6 Scale)

As in the year before, Spaniard Ruben Xaus, born in Barcelona in 1978, competed during the Superbike World Championship 2002 for the Ducati - "Infostrada" - Team. His bike was prepared at Ducati's Racing Department in Bologna.

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2002 Ducati Desmosedici Infostrada Test Bike 2002 Ducati Desmosedici Infostrada Test Bike (1:6 Scale)

Ducati abandoned the Grand Prix racing scene at the start of the 1970s. For many years the 500 class was essentially a class for two-stroke bikes, an engineering technology that was far removed from the four-stroke road-going machines sold by Ducati.

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