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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-26-2012, 09:58 AM Thread Starter
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fiat 1600s savio osca

a friend of mine sell this car.
is a one off car, made by savio coachbuilder for the 1963 "salone dell'automobile di torino".
restored years ago..needs just some cosmetic works..no more!
the car is correct and original
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price is +/- 120K
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someone know something about a '59 fiat 1500 coupè with "monterosa" coachbuild?
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someone know something about a '59 fiat 1500 coupè with "monterosa" coachbuild?
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thanks a lot FG...but i have this book...i wolud like to know much more
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It's extremely difficult, although possible, to know much more on these coachbuilt 1500/1600/1800 Fiat series based car, especially if made by minor coachbuilders.

One reason is that these weren't cars used to be raced, so they attracted less interest by cars historians and petrolheads.

Add to this also the very little production numbers, and that all registries have been lost (Vignale, for example).

Last, these were in Italy "big" engines at the time, and most of these cars were killed under the cruncher during the first years of 70's.

I wonder if my washing machine has a part of a collection car in its metal...

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fiat 1600 savio osca

i will search something about the carrozzeria monterosa
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Cisitalia Monterosa

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hi doc
can i have bigger pics?
thank you so much
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Cisitalia Osca Monterosa

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2 in Argentina,only remain this
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The Monterosa Fiat is quite elegant - Like somebody ran a Pininfarina front end through a Touring lense.

The Savio is probably best described as "interesting". Clearly, not an elegant car with a hodgepodge of ideas. Crazy and unique and I have to adimt that I do like it. It does look like three different cars where glued together though. Where have I seen this car before? I seem to remember the front end. Have we discussed it here?

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not about this car
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do you think they sell it?
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The Monterosa Fiat is quite elegant - Like somebody ran a Pininfarina front end through a Touring lense.

The Savio is probably best described as "interesting". Clearly, not an elegant car with a hodgepodge of ideas. Crazy and unique and I have to adimt that I do like it. It does look like three different cars where glued together though. Where have I seen this car before? I seem to remember the front end. Have we discussed it here?

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Yes, i posted a picture of it one months ago. The car was at Milano Classica show.

BTW, the lines of 1500 Monterosa strongly reminds to me a car that i know well:



Maybe Michelotti felt a bit lazy in 1959....

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how mutch do you think that can cost a car like this (the argentina's monterosa)?
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Hi, My name is Andres and I am the owner of the monterosa osca savio that dott cisitalia has posted
here are some actual photos, actually is in Argentina
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