1968 Ducati 350
12/31/20 Update: Please note that this was originally listed as a 1965 model, but as pointed out in the comments it is a ’68 at the earliest. We do not have the exact year.

BCM built the Ducati 350 (Engine #: DM350-08812) and Bruce Myers (the builder) said it could be the fastest in the USA. This bike has not been raced since the motor has been rebuilt. A great AHRMA racer or display in your living room. This bike is out of the estate of a long time AHRMA racer named Tom Whiteside. He intended on riding it, but his health deteriorated to the point where it did not see the track despite the rebuild.
More images can be found here (the auction has completed): https://iconicmotorbikeauctions.com/auction/1965-ducati-350-bcm-race-bike

Asking $8,500.00 B/O

Call 978-297-1800 or email penguinracing9@yahoo.com

Ducati 350
We have the windshield to go with it.
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1965 Yamaha TD1B

This was Frank Camillieri's bike, a famous 60's national frontrunner.
We have an AMA vest to go with the bike.
The engine was freshened and ready to ride approx 5 years ago and has sat unused.
The TD1 was Yamaha’s 250cc production road racer – one that amateur racers could purchase from their local dealership and take straight to the track. The TD1″B” was the 1965 model, upgraded with a stronger crankshaft, piston pins, and transmission based on learnings from the TD1A. The engine wasn’t just more reliable, it was also more powerful.
March 1965 Cycle World review also called out the brakes as one of the B’s best features.”In fact, there is a pronounced tendency for a rider who has not had experience on the Yamaha to start braking soon than is really necessary.” They went on to call it a racing bargain, ending with “we shall be seeing a lot of the Yamaha TD1B.” They were right, and the bike was found competing (and winning) on racetracks all around the world.
This Yamaha TD1B racer (VIN: T1-447, Engine #: D6-447) is out of the estate of a long time AHRMA racer named Tom Whiteside. He intended on riding it, but his health deteriorated to the point where it did not see the track.
More images can be found here (the auction has completed): https://iconicmotorbikeauctions.com/auction/1965-yamaha-td1b/

An interesting history lesson by Kevin Cameron
https://www.cycleworld.com/yamaha-td1-motorcycle-history-classics-remembered

Asking $12,000 B/O

Call 978-297-1800 or email penguinracing9@yahoo.com

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