How much is that Ducati doggy in the window?

Everyone considers buying a puppy at some point in their lives — after all, what could cheer you up more than an excitable little fluff ball desperately waiting for you come home after a long day of work? If that responsibility seems too much to handle, we have just the low-maintenance pet for you…

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Built by Tony Prust of Analog Motorcycles, this vintage-inspired Ducati Cucciolo restomod is 98 pounds of lean muscle. The third Ducati to be built by Prust for owner Del Thomas, it’s comprised of a Cucciolo engine, 1930s Iver Johnson frame, a modern front fork setup, and a vintage Ideale leather seat. Finished in the 1960s Ducati colour of Kingfisher Blue, this Cucciolo features a great combination of natural metals and lovely patina, with its stainless-steel exposed fuel tank, custom hand shifter, and brass pedals. For those just not ready to settle down with a living and breathing pet, this patient little puppy is sure to satisfy your ownership needs, and as an added bonus, it won’t leave any messes on the floor — barring an oil leak, that is…

Photos: Analog Motorcycles

You can find a wide selection of motorbikes that would be perfect for a custom creation for sale in the Classic Driver Market.