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Ducati Scrambler Italia Independent Looks Truly Sweet

A stylish icon in eyewear, Italia Independent thought about trying its hand with a special edition series linked to another icon, but this time from the motorcycling world. Obviously, being Italian, it chose the Ducati Scrambler, not taking anyone by surprise.
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Italia Independent worked with Ducati for a long time on this project, but initially it was supposed to be a one-off build. The bike should have been presented as the best accessory for a new range of glasses, but things changed, as both Ducati and Italia Independent saw the huge potential.

So the unique build turned into a limited run, and we are ever so glad it happened so. Now, 1,077 Ducati Scrambler Italia Independent machines will be up for grabs, all boasting the same evil darkened livery with copper accents that make them look so refined.The Ducati Scrambler Italia Independent is the 803cc machine
The original Scrambler bars were replaced by a flat one with bar-end underslung mirrors, while the headlight received a small casing. New covers now adorn the tank and certain engine details have been polished to add more distinction to the power plant.

Of course, the wheels got the same black copper coating as the frame, and ceramic black collectors end with matching Termignoni silencers. The seat was upholstered in genuine leather and the copper stitching is coherent with the very fashionable Scrambler.

We were so happy to find out that Italia Independent chose the big Scrambler for the build instead of the Sixty2. This means that these 1,077 Scramblers are truly fun for more than beginners and are up to the task when it comes to riding hard.

No word was uttered on availability, but talking to a Ducati Scrambler dealer should clarify things. We do, however, know that the bike comes with a €11,977 price, which translates to $13,025, with the serial number laser engraved included in the price. Enjoy the video!

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