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Tony Prust from Analog Motorcycles has another one-off gem on his hands. His ‘Super Scrambler’—a 1975 Ducati GT860 given the Analog treatment—is a stunning specimen in burnt orange with a CNC-cut custom luggage rack, a handmade seat pan, and a brushed aluminum tank that pops next to the hazy color of the bike. Also thrown on is a custom exhaust, LED turn signals and lights, and Fox Podium RC1 shocks. Not just a fine ride to look at, the Super Scrambler has been tested to handle off-road conditions and some jumps to boot. Unfortunately, it’s a one-of-a-kind that’s already been claimed, but we can still enjoy looking at it.

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