The last century was – despite everything – a forge of immense creativity, both from a scientific and artistic point of view and today we still benefit and develop from what our fathers / mothers and grandparents / grandmothers did.
Of course we deal with classic cars so our references remain in this area: one of these is Sergio Scaglietti who seems to be the creator of the special bodywork of this Fiat 500B Cabriolet. We say “apparently” because we read it from the newspaper article photographed and posted among the photos of the ad, but we have no other sources to confirm it.
The seller says that this particular version of the Fiat 500 is the only survivor out of a total of 7 built: the peculiarity lies substantially in the nose which has been redesigned using a shape of grille typical of the 30s and 40s that recalls a Gaussian curve, also the dashboard seems to us different from the stock one. In any case, it is a unique car of its kind: if someone had more news it would be nice to share it. Find it for sale at €30,000 (today $35,300) here in Nuoro, Italy.