Meet The Daffy Duc - A Looney Tunes-inspired Ducati Scrambler That’ll Re-ignite Your Cartoon Craze
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With OTT platforms taking over conventional TVs, the OG cartoons like Looney Tunes have disappeared from the horizon altogether, leaving millennials and Gen-X with no option but to reminisce the good ol’ days. However, if you’re a motorcycle fanatic in love with Looney Tunes, let us offer an epic solution. Meet the Daffy Duc, a custom Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled by Portland-based MotoCorsa which dons a smashing Looney Tunes-inspired livery among other noteworthy changes. Oh, and it’s up for grabs too.
Custom Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled By MotoCorsa
Initially commissioned by an ex-NBA player (Martell Webster), the livery inspiration came from the popular movie Space Jam and his cartoon-watching days. As a result, the motorcycle dons a whacky livery comprising several Looney Tune graphics, the highlight being the redesigned Ducati Scrambler logo on the fuel tank and the iconic ‘That’s All Folks!’ graphic on the rear fender.
With the livery sorted, then came the more functional upgrades. Gone was the stock exhaust and in came an Arrow exhaust along with a hydraulic dry slipper clutch boasting deep red clutch plates. But sadly, post hooning around for a while, Webster decided to sell off the motorcycle, handing over the reins to MotoCorsa.
This is when MotoCorsa threw in the next set of upgrades. Firstly, the stock wheels made way for 17-inch anodized spoke hoops donning Dunlop Mutant tires, essentially converting the off-roader into a supermoto. Next in line was a custom tail tidy kit complete with all-LED indicators, custom handguards, and adjustable levers.
Then, for the final touches, MotoCorsa slapped on custom cam, sprocket, and valve covers, and an eBay-bought Looney Tunes huffy pad to up the attention to detail.
Apart from all this, the Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled remains stock carrying forward its trellis frame, 46mm USD forks, and KYB monoshock, both ends offering 7.87-inch suspension travel. Similarly, the 73 horsepower, 803cc engine remains stock except for the clutch and exhaust too.
Can You Buy It?
Yes, you can! This custom Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled is currently up for grabs at MotoCorsa, priced at $14,999, around $2600 more than the stock bike. Digging it? Then, we suggest you head to MotoCorsa’s website ASAP.