The first has four wheels and was built in Germany (although its body has Italian origins), the second has two wheels and was designed and built in Italy; what they have in common is, of course, the white and blue paintwork as well as having been registered in Italy since new.
We can certainly say a few things: the KG is a second series in seemingly excellent conditions: the seller says that the car is completely original, has the original black plate and has all the handles in addition to having a history known since new; the Ducati is a beautiful scooter that has 8 hp and is certainly as beautiful as the car, both vehicles belong to the same collector and would make an extraordinary appearance in any show. Find both for sale at €55,000 (today $62,000) here in Saonara, Italy.
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It’s not just the paint scheme they have in common – both were designed by Ghia.
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