The last time Ducati produced a motorcycle this small, Richard Nixon had just been impeached and velour jumpsuits were a thing. True facts! Anyway, back then, the 350 GTL’s power came from a soulless 350cc air-cooled parallel twin with a chain-driven overhead camshaft, while today, the Scrambler Sixty2 has a smooth 399cc air-cooled V-twin with belt-driven overhead cams and desmodromic valve actuation. In reality, the littlest desmo is a honey of an engine and unique in motorcycling. Rated at 40 hp at an easy 8,750 rpm, it’s adequate for pushing the claimed 403-pound-wet bike to around 100 mph.