Hi All, thought I'd post some photos of a car I've had for a while now.
Thin gauge steel and aluminium body, tubular chassis with Fiat 1100 front suspension. 116 engine, 105 box and prop. 220cm wheelbase and correct narrow track. All hand fabricated. Pretty quick.
PM here if it's of interest.
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That is impressive. In a brief image search for 1900 SS barchetta, I would say, in my opinion, this is prettier and more graceful than most of the originals. They are either more bulbous or more slab-sided in general. The shape on this one is really elegant, and sits on it's wheels so well. The waist and back are SO nice.
I'd like to know more about who was involved in both the design and the fabrication of this car.