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Ducati 900ss Bevel Drive - Cutaway Technical Drawing . A3 Size 420mm X 300mm on 2040-parts.com

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England, United Kingdom

England, United Kingdom
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DUCATI  900SS    Print from an original drawing of the Bevel drive Desmo twin....Extra images show a selection of my prints 

Size: A3 - approx 420mm x 300mm ( 16.5 inches x 12 inches ) - Printed on heavyweight 160 gsm paper   

The print can be supplied laminated at no extra cost ( please confirm this option on eBay or PayPal message )

'motocollect' is on image only, not on print

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Postage: UK £3 - Europe £4 - Rest of World £5 - Postage reduced for multiple purchases, please contact me before payment

Payment: PayPal - Personal Cheque from a UK Bank - UK postal Order

Please see  my other items for more prints including 750SS / 900SS bevel engine & Water cooled Desmo V- twin engine

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