BB member Gerald Berwid in Vienna looks to have brought some organization to the several body styles that Vignale applied to the 2000, and his site is worth a look for that and for other reasons:
Gerald sees four Vignale types based on trim, vents, grills, door handles, front bumpers and headlights among other characteristics. Fifteen chassis numbers are on his list, and there are photos (including Angie Dickinson's 00024?).
Included in what I learned on his site is that Gerald has an 8 mm film of his 2600 Touring in a graphite grey color being picked up at the factory by its initial owner - actually the initial owner's mechanic. No film on the web site, but Gerald has posted a still photo. Amazing.
Gerald has also posted a list of movies that included the 2000/26000 models, with a short description about their appearance. Priceless.
There also is a list of period magazines that reviewed the 2000/2600, and the magazines that rediscovered the two models decades later. And he has listed the minatures - in 1/43, etc - with photos that are or were once available.
Geraldo looks to have put all this fascinating content up in 2008, so many using this BB forum may already know of his work.
While his efforts were a few years ago, Gerald responded to my email last week saying he has even more material!
For anyone who enjoys some 2000/2600 content, his site is very worthwhile.
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