Better known for its large-capacity four-strokes, Moto Guzzi began producing two-stroke lightweights immediately after WW2. Guzzi's small strokers would prove immensely successful, with production continuing well into the 1970s. One of the most enduring models was the Dingo, which was produced in a variety of guises from 1963 until 1976. Two different versions were offered initially - the Turismo moped and Sport roadster - while the first of the off-road styled Cross models arrived in 1967. Offered from a private collection in Italy, this original Dingo Cross comes with Italian registration papers and is sold strictly as viewed. A rare opportunity to acquire stylish paddock transport from one of the greatest names in Italian motorcycling.