Jaw Dropping Classic 1970 Ducati Scrambler Rebuild Must Be Seen
When a lot of shops do a classic rebuild, they are more interested in making the bike or car they are working on look good fast. The sooner they turn the rebuild around, the faster they get paid.
The guys of the GasBox in Ohio are noted for not worrying about how fast they do a rebuild as they are about quality. The GasBox is led by Jesse Bassett, and he is noted for doing what is necessary to complete a rebuild with real style, as well as top quality. An example of this perfection was a 1970 Ducati 350 Scrambler that Jesse Bassett located himself, then sold and did the rebuild.
About the only limitation the new owner placed on the crew at the GasBox was he didn’t want the 350 Scrambler to look like a road bike.
The guys in the shop took a bike that more like a pile of parts than a bike, and set to work to make something that aficionado’s would recognize as a Ducati, but it was still unique, and put together with precision. The frame of the new Scrambler was made with more smooth and straighter lines than the original would have had.
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