Only 1,500 fashions of this street-legal model of Ducati’s 2006 MotoGP entrant were produced. The all-new 200 hp, 90-degree “double-L twin” V-4 engine would scream via its vertical exits within the rear tail all the way to its 10,500 rpm redline and 194-mph top pace. Componentry was top-notch all around, with Ohlins, Brembo and Marchesini put to the task of keeping riders alive — and justifying the $72,500 sticker value. Edward Turner’s Triumph Speed Twin could be some of the influential bikes ever designed. The 500cc parallel-twin packed more energy right into a bundle that was lighter and narrower than the present crop of single-cylinder thumpers.
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This 1988 Jeep Comanche pickup was modified in the late Nineteen Eighties by Tommy and Bobby Archer in conjunction with the Jeep Motorsports staff for use in the SCCA RaceTruck series. After being retired from racing, the truck reportedly frolicked in the assortment of Papa’s Jeep of New Britain, Connecticut, and it was featured on BaT in November 2013 earlier than the vendor acquired the vehicle in October 2017. Subsequent work included changing the tires and the battery, refreshing the brake fluid and bleeding the system, performing an oil change and a coolant flush, and putting in headlights.