#04458 was rebodied to SVZ in 1958 with “due gobbe”. Owner Sergio Cannara raced it in 1958/1959, but since then there is no information. In 2006 it is for sale in Italy but with modified body and leaves any documents missing
#04718 was rebodied by Zagato in 1959, possibly for Carlo Antonio Mognaschi, Genova (I). Mognaschi raced it in 1959/1960 and probably sold it to Virgilio Conrero, Torino (I), in whose Squadra Conrero Tony Mognaschi was team member. It is said to have run the 1960 Le Mans trails but there is no confirmation. Michelotti rebodied this SVZ #04718 to SVM #04718 in 1961. Conrero took it to various events with the drivers Francesco De Leonibus and Carlo Peroglio. In 1963 it was raced by Francesco Susinno of Scuderia Etna/Sicilia (I). The next photo came from 1984 when it was painted rosso. In 2004 it was for sale in Italy and the new owner took the now yellow car to Oldtimergarage Vetter (CH) for restoration. Featured in various classic car magazines
SVZ #08780 came from a SVII (second series Sprint Veloce, no lightweight) and was rebodied in 1959. It raced the 1983 or 1984 Tour de France Automobile and was for sale by Bonhams in 2002. Modified rear, sold to Richard Ballantine (USA)
SVZ #09403 is based on a 750B Sprint normale, was rebodied by Zagato in 1959 with dubble bubble and is said to be the last SVZ before Zagato went on to the SZ. No information until the late 1990s, when it was for sale with swiss registration. Sold to Joe Senesac (USA), resold (USA)
No. 12 is said to be photographed at Reims in 1958
Edit: 19590503 Francorchamps n. 12 Edgar Berney. The photo was not taken at Reims. The car is said to have been *02348* but I have no confirmation for that. Berney came off course during practice, when the car had also the race number 12 painted on the doors.