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Italian Iron Classics to be Two Wheel Classics-UK Dealer for US & Canada

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Italian Iron Classics to be Two Wheel Classics-UK Dealer for US & Canada

We are very excited to announce that Italian Iron Classics, LLC has been chosen to be the dealer in the Western Hemisphere for Two Wheel Classics of the United Kingdom. This collaboration has been in the works for awhile as owner, Jim Blomley and I have been discussing our similar visions of vintage Ducati racing motorcycles. We find that passion for Vintage Ducati Racing Motorcycles is a real common denominator that we share and especially when performance and safety can be improved with some modern upgrades.   Italian Iron Classics, LLC has been focused on the Ducati Bevel drive "Round Case"...

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Holiday in England, Expanding Opportunities for Italian Iron Classics LLC

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Holiday in England, Expanding Opportunities for Italian Iron Classics LLC

I am in arrears with regards to writing my Blog Posts according to the internet gurus and for that, I apologize. Being buried with Ducati spare part orders, working to complete several bike builds, going on holiday, and moving into a much larger commercial space has created distractions.  Our trip to England and The Netherlands was a wonderful holiday but ended too soon. However, it is proving to be quite successful. My little company, Italian Iron Classics, LLC's capability has been "lying in germ" for decades and now it has become a full time reality. Yet the majority of my restorations and race efforts...

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Biggelaar Performance-Italian Iron or "Bii-Rad" Cafe Racer Project, Blog Post 1

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Biggelaar Performance-Italian Iron or "Bii-Rad" Cafe Racer Project, Blog Post 1

My favorite bike build is what some call a "Cafe Racer" project. The intention of this blog post is not to insult the purists with regard to the original UK Cafe Racers but to speak to the evolution of the term "Cafe Racer" in today's world. This more comprehensive or expanded definition of the term "Cafe Racer" now stems from racing, I believe, where every team desires every advantage whether it be an engine, suspension, frame, wheel or braking modification so that their bike the most efficient, competitive and offering the best power-to-weight ratios. However, this goal was also at the heart...

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Italian Iron Classics, LLC Shipping Strategies & Ebay Shipping Limitations

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Italian Iron Classics, LLC Shipping Strategies & Ebay Shipping Limitations

Thank you all who helped make this the biggest production month ever!!. Happy to be sending Vintage and Modern Italian Motorcycle bits throughout the world!! It has been a real joy and I appreciate being able to help out with that illusive spare part for your project!! Looking at my activity, over 68% of my sales are going overseas.  As such, the purpose of this Blog is to discuss shipping. I am listing new items as fast as possible but I am a small shop and trying to balance bike builds, bike sales and parts sales simultaneously. Most of my...

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ItalianIron/BritIron:1977 Triumph Bonneville 750 "Silver Jubilee" US Edition 4 Sale

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ItalianIron/BritIron:1977 Triumph Bonneville 750 "Silver Jubilee" US Edition 4 Sale

After a very thorough clean, polish, and tune, our customer has authorized us to put his 1977 Triumph Bonneville 750 "Silver Jubilee" up for sale. This Triumph Bonneville 750 is a "Collector's Dream" as it is a One-Owner, Unrestored motorcycle due to its exceptional condition since it rolled out of the factory and has 9764 original miles on it from new. Serial number is: CP81652 and Factory Cerificate lists this machine as 0001 out of 1000. Our customer is asking $14,999 US Or Best Offer. Low mileage, original, unrestored, one owner versus multiple owners and Certificate 0001 make this Triumph Bonneville...

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