Tag Archives: 1952

Design daughter: 1952 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Sport by Pininfarina

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In that period between the twenties and the sixties there was an area, bounded on the west by Turin and on the east by Milan, within which the magic of cars happened. This Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 “very” special is … Continue reading

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Mystery car: 1952 Patriarca 750 Sport?

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Today there is a task to be carried out: to understand which car it is, and who made it. It seems that this barchetta, which at first sight appears to be a Giaur 750, has nothing in common with the … Continue reading

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Radium chance: 1952 Porsche 356 Coupé

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We have already talked about classic cars this week in “driver” conditions, but here we propose another one even if completely different from the 2600 Spider. Completely different for everything: year, type and construction philosophy; we have in fact realized … Continue reading

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Italian patina: 1952 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Coupé

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This is one of the very latest 6C 2500 ever produced and it has not been set up by a coachbuilder like Touring but by the Alfa Romeo body shop. Probably this is one of the last chassis produced and … Continue reading

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Green aluminium: 1952 Siata Daina Trasformabile by Farina

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  We know this car (chassis #SL0168): it is a rare car in itself, then it has a spectacular color combo so it’s easy to spot it around the world. The first time we saw it in flesh was six … Continue reading

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Disunited unity: 1952 Simca 8 Sport Cabriolet by Farina

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This Simca 8 Cabriolet (chassis  #867363) has its typical aluminium body which can’t rust, of course, but it needs a lot of work ayway, along with other parts which are missing. The seller says that this car is to restore … Continue reading

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Jensen touch: 1952 Austin A40 Sports

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Although being named with “Sports”, this model was actually a tourer (not even fast) built by Jensen with an aluminium skin: few of these survive today. Jensen built the bodies of these little cabriolets, then send them to Austin which … Continue reading

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Garage job: 1952 Porsche 356 Coupé

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This early 356 Coupé is clearly under intervention since, at least, 8 years as the photos say, it seems that it was purchased with the intention to restore it in the owner’s garage but, as usually happens in these cases, … Continue reading

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A bad day, a new life: 1952 Porsche 356 Coupè

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This is one of those cases where the pictures do not fully correspond to the truth. Indeed under that odd “skin” is hidden the chassis and mechanicals of a 1952 Porsche 356 (once coupé, VIN #11471): to make a long … Continue reading

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Leg power: 1952 Ferrari 212 Inter Cabriolet

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What about a Ferrari powered by eight legs insted of twelve cylinders? Classic cars world is somehow strange, but this is one of the strangest things seen so far. It’s actually a Ferrari 212 body (#13) coming from a car … Continue reading

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