Endoskeleton: 1946 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500S

It is not the first time that this seller has offered Alfa Romeo of the immediate pre or post war period, and it amazes us how he manages to find them. But, curiosity aside, we are always pleased to see these cars emerge from a decades-long oblivion, even if in a miserable state like this… Read More Endoskeleton: 1946 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500S

Early custom: 1953 Fiat 1100-103 TV Coupé by Allemano

This is one of the very first coachbuilt cars made on the 1100-103 TV platform, presented in 1953. Actually the coachbuilder Allemano had to have very clear ideas to think and build a custom-built coupe on a car, the 1100-103, completely different from its predecessor: many of you will have already recognized the characteristic nose,… Read More Early custom: 1953 Fiat 1100-103 TV Coupé by Allemano

Special van: 1960 Fiat 600 Multipla “Sabrina” by Fissore

We know well that, among the dozens of Piedmontese shops active until the 1960s, Fissore was the most specialized in the reworking of vans or vehicles for professional use. We were therefore not surprised, on the one hand, to find for sale this very special 600 Mutipla, nicknamed “Sabrina” by the Turin coachbuilder. On the… Read More Special van: 1960 Fiat 600 Multipla “Sabrina” by Fissore

Spare Bialbero: 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce Engine and Transmission

One of the problems that often happens to those who are restoring a Spider Veloce is the absence of the original engine. There is the possibility of finding them around but often at extremely high prices: here instead we have a cheaper option. The engine is that of a second series Veloce produced starting from… Read More Spare Bialbero: 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce Engine and Transmission

Two more doors: 1959 Fiat 600 “Lucciola” by Francis Lombardi

The fiat 600 is a very small car, and it is obviously for this reason that it was designed with only two doors, but obviously someone did not agree with this choice. That “someone” was Francis Lombardi, owner of the homonymous Piedmontese body shop that in the following years became known above all for his… Read More Two more doors: 1959 Fiat 600 “Lucciola” by Francis Lombardi