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Coffee and cream: 1937 Fiat 508 Balilla Trasformabile by Viotti

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We tried to look for this particular model in the literature at our disposal but we knew from the beginning that it would be a difficult challenge. The reason is simple: in the 20s and 30s luxury cars (this Fiat … Continue reading

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Three countries job: 1940 Fiat 508 C “Balilla” Cabriolet by Glaser

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An Italian car, set up by a German coachbuilder and for sale in Norway: this is the synopsis of this very rare (and beautiful) Fiat 508 C Cabriolet. It is the first Balilla Cabriolet Glaser ever seen for sale (at … Continue reading

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Coachbuilt pickup: 1934 Fiat 508 Van by Bertone

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Back in the last century coachbuilders were not only involved in producing cars for wealthy and whimsical people but also for workers with taste. This pickup is the proof of that: we used to know that many commercial vehicles were built … Continue reading

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A colonial tale: 1936 Fiat Balilla 508B 4M Convertibile

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This car made a long trip around the world before landing in the U.S. and, by the way, it’s rare to see one one the other side of the ocean. The seller says that, according to his researches, this 508B … Continue reading

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Black mistery: 1934 Fiat Balilla Coppa D’Oro

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The mistery here has the shape of a matt black body which dresses what is said to be a Balilla Coppa d’Oro. This car seems to be in France since a lot of time throughout which the car has for sure been … Continue reading

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T-shaped: 1933 Fiat 508 “Balilla”

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This 1933 “Balilla” has been modified in the past, receiving a strange body which makes it seem like a Ford T. The rear end of the cabin seems cut with an axe bit the outcome, although not “organic” is at … Continue reading

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