Imported from Germany - scrupulously restored in Italy - 12,000 Km
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Model Type:||Duetto Spider 2.0 coda tronca|
- Valid inspection: none
· Plates and documents: Italian (imported from Germany and restored in Italy). Complete with documents to be registered
- Engine: 2000 cc - 128 CV
Presented in 1969 at the Turin Motor Show the second series of the Duetto is characterized by its "tail", in accordance with the aerodynamic theories advocated by professor Kamm, for added thrust forward determined by whirlwinds that, suddenly breaking away, because of the Kammback, provoke greater thrust. Powered by a two-litre engine with 128 hp that gets you to 198 km/h.
The car has been carefully restored in Italy in all its original details. Restored bodywork, new electrical system, new hood, new upholstery, revised mechanics. The car is a little gem ready for enjoyable drives caressed by the wind.
This vehicle can be viewed and collected in Messina, (Italy).
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