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...
Last edited by fgsavoia; 03-27-2012 at 12:24 PM.