One just: 1951 Gilco-Fiat 1100 by Zagato

This car is one relic of the endless number of prototypes built in Italy during the fourties and the fifties. This particular car can boast two important name of the business: Gilco and Zagato. There are some sources which clearly testify that this car has been actually built using a Gilco tubolar chassis: the factory… Read More One just: 1951 Gilco-Fiat 1100 by Zagato

Rising gold: 1966 Fiat 1500 “Sportinia” by Scioneri

Scioneri was a coachbuilder who mostly focused his production on little Fiat’s, mostly road cars. Although he had a little shop, he often worked with great designers like Michelotti, who designed this car. It’s clear that these cars were built for family men who wanted a Coupé to use it as commuter and carry their family around as… Read More Rising gold: 1966 Fiat 1500 “Sportinia” by Scioneri

Art Déco grille: 1955 Fiat 1100-103 TV by Fissore

Fissore was one of the most famous coachbuilder in Torino, in the years between 1921 and 1976. Differently from other coachbuilder of the same era, he was focused on building commercial vehicles, however he didn’t dislike to build touring cars for the upper-middle class, mostly on the epic Fiat 1100-103 chassis and engine, like this… Read More Art Déco grille: 1955 Fiat 1100-103 TV by Fissore