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I was sent the below a little while back and it had been buried in my in tray on account that I wanted to get a better links resource happening on our website than the current http://www.hunterdog.org.au/Links.htm (by making a suitable suggestion to our current webmaster of course!) However what have I done? Nuffin! So here's the info for any help it may be to people as is.

Old Italian bikes parts suppliers

In recent times, for reasons unbeknown to me, my name has been given as a source of parts suppliers for old Italian bikes.  Partly to provide an answer to these requests and partly to aleviate the onset of memery loss that comes with age, I started a list of parts suppliers and services vailable locally and internationally which I now provide to all CIMAA memebers.

I should point out that the list has been collected over a few years and is biased towards Ducati and MV Agusta.  Unfortunately I don't have all the information to access some of the businesses (web address, location, etc) mentioned so you may have to do some chasing.  It should also be noted that the list is in no particular order and that while some specific parts suppliers are listed they may also supply additional parts to the specific ones mentioned.  It may also need a bit of an update.

Some I have used and some I know little/nothing about.  It is worth exploring each site even if it is not related to your particular marque as often parts are interchangeable or suitable for different marques.  Also visit the links of each site.

really good sites for info:
            www.ducatimeccanica.com (beveldrive Ducatis including manuals and parts suppliers). 
            www.bevelheaven.com  (beveldrive Ducatis)
            www.thebikemuseum.com  (devoted to older MV Agusta)
            http://people.aapt.net.au/~arkay/richo_roundcase.html   (reference site for 750 GT Ducati)


really good lists to be on:
            Ducati:            bevelheads    to subscribe or unsubscribe visit   www.micapeak.com/mailman/listinfo/bevelheads
                                    pantaheads   sorry, don't know address
            MV Agusta:    groups.yahoo.com/group/MVAgusta_Older_Models/           devoted to older model MVs
                                                www.mvagusta.net                 devoted to modern MVs  (I like the MV F4, even bought one)
            Bimota:             [email protected]
            Ducati 851:     [email protected]
            BevelTech [email protected]

parts suppliers in Australia (Ducati)
            EuroBrit (Melb, Vic)   www.eurobrit.com.au
            Road and Race (Newcastle, NSW)   www.roadrace.com.au
            Gowanlochs (Sydney, NSW)   www.ducati-gowanloch.com.au


International parts in general:
            www.oldracingspareparts.com   Old Racing Spare Parts   [email protected]   
            www.desmo.de
            www.mdinaitalia.co.uk    specialising in SS & GT Ducatis
            Cosmopolitan Motors in the USA   possible web address  www.cosmotor.com (Cosmo Jo page) 
            or their eBay page:   http://stores.ebay.com/Cosmopolitan-Motors.  word is they can be a pain to deal with
            www.motoguzziino.com
            www.discovolantemoto.co.uk
            www.tga.co.uk/catalog/index.php
            www.aermacchi-racing.com
            www.laverda.ca/allitalia.htm
            www.angelfire.com/biz/laverda/itcatalog/mainframe.htm
            www.ebay.com    use advanced search and any country/region.  Everything comes up on ebay, just need to make sure it's the real thing and not over priced

MV Agusta parts/service
            www.boldprecision.com/        Albert Bold     deals in the older 4C MVs
            www.mv-agusta.co.uk/                       Kay's   deals in older MV 4C and reproduction Magni, MV factory race bikes, Gilera factory race bikes

service for older (may also do parts) and modern Italians
            Melbourne Desmo Centre (Bob Brown) Kensignton, Melbourne 9372 2113, [email protected]     it's who I use
            SCR Ducati (Newcastle, NSW) it's who i'd use if in Sydney
            Gowanlochs (Sydney, NSW)   www.ducati-gowanloch.com.au  good reputation
            EuroBrit (Melb)   www.eurobrit.com.au
            Road and Race (Newcastle, NSW)   www.roadrace.com.au
            The Bike Factory (Adelaide 08 8231 2301)
            www.beveltech.org/  seem involved in concourse restorations and project rebuilds


paint:
            Roy Bogner (Melbourne)
            Motorcycle Paint Clinic (Preston, Melbourne)
            Bike Craft  (Mentone, Melbourne)  Brad Wiseman 9585 2100
            Black Edge Auto Body (Allan Gibson, 9873 2838, Ringwood, Melbourne)

            textured black finish on the instrument pods and tank knee pads - try VHT wrinkle black exhuast paint and bake in oven
            wrinkle finish from Eastwood
            http://eastwood.resultspage.com/search?p=Q&ts=custom&w=wrinkle&pw=wrinklle&rt=spelling&isort=score


alloy tanks:
            Bernie Willet (Research, Melbourne) 03 9437 0232
            www.mts.net/~sbarham   based in California, USA
            www.thetankshop.com     USA
            www.wilcoxmetal.com/index.htm     beautiful but expensive
            www.tabaker.co.uk
            www.wbo-racing.de  German panel beater
            www.ducati-kaemna.de/cms_en/katalog.htm?&view=seite&seite=66      WBO tanks sold by Ducati Kaemma
            www.ducati-development-dortmund.de/Ducati/koewe.htm
            http://caferacingparts.com/                  [email protected]

for MV tanks try:
Carrozzeria LIBANORE R. Italy
Chiodion s.r.l Italy

scarab brakes
            Jörg Bohnenstiel ([email protected]) is a, if not the only, specialist for servicing Scarab, Grimeca, Lookheed & Brembo brake systems.


rubber bits for old bikes:
            www.bevelrubber.com.au  (Ferntree Gully, Melbourne) absolutely best available for old Ducatis 03 9758 0476
            Ariete (owned by Mentasti so the names are interchangeable in Italy)  www.oldmodels.it/indexl.html


shock absorbers:
            Konis are now manufactured in Australia, they're named Ikon   www.proven.com.au/ikon.shtml or www.ikonsuspension.com


wheel lacing:
            Lightfoot Engineering, Lightfoot St, Surrey Hills (Melb).  Can also make rims to suit


detailing:
            www.machinerycleanery.com   brilliant detailing brushes in nylon & ss  (Richmond, Melb)


repoduction exhaust:
            www.motostoricheitaliane.com/Eng_Mv.html
            www.italianvintagemotorcycles.com/    Silentium pipes


screens:
            www.bikescreens.com   supposedly an excellent product and price from New Zealand.
            Gustafsson plastics www.bikescreen.com can make the windscreen in any height, shape, color you want.  Leif can use an old broken one, photo or drawing.  He's good.   www.bikescreen.com/prodimages/Ducati%20916%20%6099-%6002%20G-FORCE.jpg
            www.eaglescreens.com.au/


carburettas:
            www.dellorto.it
            www.dellorto.co.uk
            www.motorcyclecarbs.com    info on float height


sugar cube petcocks:
            www.thekingofpiston.com/sito/sito/rubinetti.htm  Italy


Halogen bulbs and other light related bits:
to suit old style fittings including 6v.  they seem brighter than standard bulbs
            www.norbsa02.freeuk.com/
            www.classicandvintagebulbs.com/ (Australia)
            www.hella.co.nz
            www.taillightking.com/light_bulbs.htm
            www.scooterworks.com.  They're a vintage Vespa place in Chicago
            www.vehicle-wiring-products.eu/VWP-onlinestore/lighting/bulbs.php  in UK.


fibreglass:
            www.classic-motorcycle-fiberglass.com  Tumbi Umbi, NSW.  has a huge range of fairings, tanks, sidecovers,seats etc.
            www.motorcyclebodywork.com/index.html  scaled down SS fairings for singles amongst other things
            www.motobody.com.   Airtech who havescaled down singles fairings  (east coast usa)
            www.tga.co.uk/catalog/index.php
            www.oldracingspareparts.com/single.htm
            http://caferacingparts.com/                  [email protected]           also scaled down SS fairings for singles & lots of British stuff


sealing fibreglass and steel tanks
            try Red-Kote in steel tanks. 
            On fiberglass tanks try Caswells Epoxy fuel tank sealer.     www.caswellplating.com/aids/epoxygas.htm
            EuroBrit also have a sealer made in Tasmania suitable for steel and glass tanks

key blanks:
            http://guzzino.com/itac.html
            www.keys4classics.com/html/Ducati_80s.html

decals:
            Dan Murdoch of Motographix 02 9748 3164 [email protected]     www.decals4motorcycles.com.au
            www.vintagetransfers.it
            www.classictransfers.co.uk    seem good quality


forks:
            www.frankmain.qpg.com


MV Agusta parts:
            MV Agusta owners club of Great Britian.  Bought all the spare parts when MV shut shop but must be a member to access the parts    www..manxman.co.im/mvagusta


photos:
            www.philaphoto.com   Philip Aynsley has a great selection of Ducati and other bike photos and also offers a 'photo  reference service' to assist with restorations.  worth a look just for the pics of rare Italian bikes


manuals:
            www.aave.it 
            www.motomanuali.com  also has brochures and other stuff


www.collezione-giappone.com a Japanes website with Ducati stuff


yet to sort through this lot ( some are already in the list)

http://www.desmo-ducati.de/
http://www.imteq.com/giovanni/E_frame.html?http://www.imteq.com/giovanni/E_h
ome.html
http://www.ducati-development-dortmund.de/
http://www.italomotos.de/shop/
http://www.ducati-kaemna.de/
http://www.ducati-msimoto.com/imoto.html click on the links and watch the
pictures and bikes for sale...
http://www.motocicliveloci.it/
http://home.planet.nl/~motors-20th-century/motors.html Pics of bikes in
original config. The M3 1971 is NOT that...
http://www.silent-hektik.com/Duc_900SS.htm
http://www.tl-veteran.com/ The guy who bought my 1976 860 GTS in boxes...
http://www.wbo-racing.de/index.php?age=shop.browse&category_id=1&option=com_
virtuemart&Itemid=47
http://vintagebrake.com/
http://www.classic-motorrad.de/ Check Galerie for lots and lots of wonderful
old bikes...
http://www.vintagebike.co.uk/BikesforsaleAtoH.htm If you want to buy a 1972
750 GT or a 350 Street Scrambler or...
http://www.vintagebike.co.uk/Bike%20Directories/Ducati%20Bikes/Ducati%20Inde
x.htm If you want to look at old Ducs...

http://www.motocicliveloci.it/
http://www.discovolantemoto.co.uk/showpage.do?page=Bodywork

http://www.airtech-streamlining.com/vintage/vintagefairingsfull.htm
caferacingparts.com
http://www.motosolvang.com/bike_pages/1959_MV_Double_Overhead_125.htm
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