1966 Ducati Monza Junior 160

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Post-Sale Update: This Ducati Monza Junior 160 sold for $1,800 after 34 bids on eBay.

The Ducati Monza Junior was the baby of the Ducati lineup at the time, with a tiny 160cc engine that earned a reputation for durability and dependability. Today we’ve got an example for sale from loyal reader Jeff Z!

Ducati Monza Junior 160  - Engine

Made in Bologna, Italy, this is a bevel drive OHV single – no pushrods or cam chains. The seat isn’t original, and it runs off a magneto (no battery). It’s claimed to be in good mechanical shape and looks like a solid foundation for a cosmetic restoration or possibly some sort of customization. There’s nothing really wrong with the bike, Jeff has just told me that this bike isn’t his style.

Ducati Monza Junior 160  - Gauges

This specific Ducati Monza Junior (DM160 22472) has 10,533 miles and is a solid runner, though it’s ‘not perfect’. People have been doing some interesting things with the Monza Junior – here’s your chance to build a similar beautiful in-town runabout.

Ducati Monza Junior 160  - Right Side

Find this Ducati Monza Junior for sale in Newington, Connecticut with bidding up to $860 and the reserve not yet met