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Blue outside: 1957 Fiat 600 Granluce by Viotti

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The other time it was white, this time has a two-tone paint job: blue with a white roof, it’s certainly very elegant. Obviously it remains a very small car: it was even 60 years ago, so today it seems almost … Continue reading

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Small and red: 1958 Fiat 600 Coupé by Viotti

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Perhaps you have already seen similar cars, but the truth is that most of the time you have seen a 600 Granluce, while here we are talking about a Coupe. The difference with the sister Granluce is obvious: the coupe … Continue reading

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A different vision: 1953 Fiat 1100/103 Coupé by Allemano

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We are not new to this particular variation of the legendary Fiat 1100/103, which for years has been the blank canvas on which many coachbuilders – not only Italian – have realized their vision. One of these, indeed one of … Continue reading

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Swedish plate: 1958 Fiat 1200 Coupé by Pininfarina

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It is the second time we see a Fiat Pininfarina like this on sale and, definitely, we are amazed because we thought that after the one published here, we would not have seen another one on sale for many years … Continue reading

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Little blue special: 1955 Fiat 600 Rendez Vous by Vignale

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And here, every now and then, another one of these small, elegant coupés comes out, built on a humble but solid base and dressed by a top-tier coachbuilder. The carmaker in question is (or rather, it was) Alfredo Vignale whose … Continue reading

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Second life: 1966 Maserati 3500 GT by Moretti

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What we propose today is certainly not “the deal of the century”, but it is such a special car that it deserves to be mentioned. It is in fact an experiment carried out by the Moretti body shop for some … Continue reading

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Little big coachbuilt: 1960 Fiat 600 “Granluce” by Viotti

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Few cars built, fine finishes, based on a Fiat chassis and engine: it is the typical identikit of Italian custom-built cars from the 40s, 50s and 60s. This identikit is also true for this creature of one of the most … Continue reading

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Transformers: 1971 Coachbuilt Renault R177

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This is really a strange car and perplexes us for several reasons, starting with the bodywork that it is very familiar to us. In fact, as many of you have already suspected, this is a body already seen elsewhere: it … Continue reading

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More than rare: 1960 Fiat 600 Capri by Caprera

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It is not the first time that we find one of these very rare cars for sale: to be precise it is the second time, but the car published a few months ago was slightly different from this one. The … Continue reading

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Fuoriserie: 1957 Fiat 600 Rendez Vous by Vignale

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  “Fuoriserie” in Italian means all the cars not mass-produced, and was a term used very much from the beginning of the century until the 60s, when the era of coachbuilders began to set. The particular thing was that the … Continue reading

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