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Which one do you like? Full Throttle by Deus Ex Machina, Milan; Classic by Officine Mermaid, Milan; or Urban Enduro by Mr. Martini, Verona?

You can find the photos on the official page - Scramblerducati - comments welcome! Props to Jalopnik for finding the post and sharing it with Scrambler fans.
 

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I like the 21 inch front wheel on the one on the left, but those thin spindly forks won't do at all!


I also prefer the high pipe of the one on the right, but not much else about it.


The center one is hideous




I'm also sure there's already another thread with these bikes.
 

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The customs are "cool," but I would rather have something from the factory and use mostly their parts and not try to dress it up too much. Keeping the original heritage of the bike is more important to me, and most of these customs are not made for function, mainly form. It's a different bike at that point with these customs, and while I commend their design/ingenuity, it's not something I would buy into because it loses the heritage of the marque.
 

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I think the middle one is really interesting. Futuristic and retro at the same time. Looks futuristic but from the stand point of the 1980s in my opinion.
 

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The customs are "cool," but I would rather have something from the factory and use mostly their parts and not try to dress it up too much. Keeping the original heritage of the bike is more important to me, and most of these customs are not made for function, mainly form. It's a different bike at that point with these customs, and while I commend their design/ingenuity, it's not something I would buy into because it loses the heritage of the marque.
I completely agree with this statement, that's the direction i would take as well. Usually when I do modifications and/or add accessories, I like to do things that complement the bike, not take away from how it was original designed/built.
 
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