Many of these Cisitalias can be found in Argentina where Carlo Dusio, son of Piero, founder of the firm, kept on building cars following his passion.
And lile most of the cars built by the famous factory were based on Fiat chassis, mostly smaller than 1000 cc in order to provide customers with coachbuilt cars, faster than the ones from which they were derived but, in the meantime, with an affordable price.
This car wan’t probably born like you can see it now: maybe it as a stock 750 GT spider which was later modified in order to make it like a barchetta: no bumpers and a plexi windscreen are needed to make it lighter. On the other side the dashboard and the beautiful steering wheel look still original; basically the whole car has not been abused even though we’d like to see it with the original wheels. Find it for sale at $20,000 here in Buenos Aires, Argentina.