Tag Archives: Cabriolet

The golden rule: 1959 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Cabriolet

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The sticker on the rear bumper is clear: “Who has the gold makes the rule”. Well, you need gold to rebuild this car but it’s a “Lowlight” KG Cabrio and it’s definitely worth it. Ineed the fist series of the … Continue reading

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Déco luxury: 1947 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Sport Cabriolet by Farina

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The years across the Word War II were those which saw the birth of the most luxurious cars even made, and for “luxurious” we mean the bespoke craftsmanship and the attention to details. One of the best example of this … Continue reading

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Aquamarine special: 1963 Fiat 600 Cabriolet by Vignale

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Coachbuilders like Vignale were not only involved in building supercars for rich people but also in giving a different shape to mass produced car like the Fiat 600. That’s because they too needed to make some quick cash and building … Continue reading

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Open minded: 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTC

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The GTC was probably a bet of Alfa Romeo, maybe to test the waters when the era of the Giulietta Spider definitely arrived to the last stop. Whatever it was made for, the bet was lost. First of all because … Continue reading

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Blue patina: 1960 Peugeot 403 Cabriolet by Pininfarina

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We really believe that no other blog ever has seen so many Peugeot 403 published like this. However, we really thing that this car is beautiful and it’s always worth some rows, at least to remember that another car like … Continue reading

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Red, small, open: 1949 Siata Amica by Bertone

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The “Amica”, a little cabrio built by Bertone coachworks, was built in two series: one based on the Fiat 500B chassis; the other, like this car here, on the Fiat 500C. As many cars of that era, this was the tentative … Continue reading

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Needs love: 1947 Cisitalia 202 Cabriolet

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For the uninitiated, these Cisitalia weren’t built by one coachbuilder only: actually they were built both by Pininfarina and Vignale but unfortunately we son’t now this detail maybe because the car is missing its fender badges. The seller says that … Continue reading

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Many badges: 1950 Fiat 1100 “Stella Alpina” by Monviso

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The “Stella Alpina” is the name of a rare flower growing along the Alps rising on the northern edge of Italy: it’s so rare that if the police catches you with one of those you will pay a huge ticket. This car … Continue reading

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The new era: 1950 Fiat 1400 Cabriolet

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The Fiat 1400 cabriolet was the first Fiat project made from scratch after the second world war, also thanks to the funds coming from the U.S.A. by Marshall Plan. Indeed if you have some knowledge of the american cars of … Continue reading

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Left handed: 1953 Alvis TA21 Drophead Coupé

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The car you’re looking at is one of 302 produced, of which around 80  with the steering wheel on the left. So that’s quite a rare car especially because it looks to be in great conditions. The seller says that … Continue reading

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