Fissore was one of the most famous coachbuilder in Torino, in the years between 1921 and 1976. Differently from other coachbuilder of the same era, he was focused on building commercial vehicles, however he didn’t dislike to build touring cars for the upper-middle class, mostly on the epic Fiat 1100-103 chassis and engine, like this car.
This particular car, although it’s in good shape, needs some work to be brought back to its past glory. The seller says that the paint is 6 on 10, and that there are some rust spots but the overall status of the car is good and there aren’t major rust issues.
Otherwise the car seems complete, along with an ultra-rare and ultra-nice steering wheel (Peretti?) and a beautiful front grille. Interiors are elegant and in good shape; for sure the rhd was an option asked by the first owner. The rear lights come from a later Fiat 1800 and must be replaced; however this is an ultra rare car and should not be missed by the right enthusiast. Find it for sale at €30,000 (today $39,000) here in Cogozzo, Italy.