For the uninitiated, “Amica” means a female friend in italian language: this is not human but at little cabriolet built in around 300 specimens from SIATA, soon after the WWII.
This car (chassis #2) is of course a project but the good is, as the seller says, that the 600 c.c., inline-four engine, fed by a two carburetors setup, has been yet fully rebuilt from a specialist so you will not have any headache from it.
What is not good is that the body still needs a lot of work, including an accurate molding as it looks like it has beaten by rats. The floors have been raplaced but it’s not clear how good the job has been done. It still has the original papers and black plate; the seller says that it’s complete so this should be categorized under the “easy” project class, but with these cars nothing is for free. Find it for sale at €35,000 (today $42,000) here in Italy (unspecified location).