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Chrish

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This is what you get when you leave an English thoroughbred overnight in the garage with an Italian Stallion ;-)

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Albervin

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If I had a choice between a Vincati and a Duccent then the Vincati wins hands down. Is it your bike Chris?
 

Chrish

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If I had a choice between a Vincati and a Duccent then the Vincati wins hands down. Is it your bike Chris?
Yes Alyn that photo was taken after the first ride of about 50Klm I have just bought it to my home garage.
 

Albervin

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There doesn't seem to be a standard when naming mongrels. Triton is Triumph engine in Norton frame, TriBsa is Triumph engine in BSA frame But a NorVin is a Vincent engine in a Norton frame. Vincati nomenclature has always followed the Norvin precedent so by reversing the engine/frame set-up you should get a Duccent or Ducacent, neither of which rolls of the tongue.
 
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