The seller of this car say that it was built by a known coachbuilder and that he has some kind of certificate by the builder himself about the originality of this car: we would so much know who is it.
What is quite sure s that the body is made of aluminium over a Fiat 508C engine and chassis: the seller says that the car is quite complete apart from the windscreen and the headlights which should be the same used on the Fiat.
Engine and gearbox are on the ground but the look original: a nice note is about the double carburetor setup which was not stock: clearly this car was built to run fast also because of its light body. What we didn’t understand is the right hand drive: almost every Fiat of that period were LHD and, indeed, the seller says (answering to a bidder) that it is but we clearly see the dashboard on the right side. Whatever it is, this is a serious challeng but absolutely worth it. Find it for sale here in Arenella, Italy, with bidding at $1,775 and reserve not met.