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Nardi-Peugeot

Only Italian through Nardi, but nice car anyway
Maybe the dr has some more info on this car?
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Only Italian through Nardi, but nice car anyway
Maybe the dr has some more info on this car?
No, sorry, but I would like to know more. It's not in the small Nardi book, and I don't have much on special bodied Peugeots

I would like to know more, of course.

It actually looks more like an OSCA than a Nardi.

Any idea who the coachbuilder is?
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I found the picture on this website:

http://www.mroks.com/index.htm

If you click on "Scrapbook", it's the second pic.
There are some other nice cars as well, but if the names are right, I don't know.
Like this one, which looks a bit like the mystery car on another thread, but is probably a Vignale ???
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Yes its a Vignale bodied Ferrari, I guess its a 195 but I can't find another source to confirm it right now. Great pictures at that link.
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I found the picture on this website:

http://www.mroks.com/index.htm

If you click on "Scrapbook", it's the second pic.
There are some other nice cars as well, but if the names are right, I don't know.
Like this one, which looks a bit like the mystery car on another thread, but is probably a Vignale ???
Roks is a well know car dealer, and loves Alfas. He once had the 8c2900 whale for sale..

Yes, the red and silver Ferrari is by Vignale, but I don't remember off hand if it is a 166 or a 195....
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According to barchetta.cc 0038M is a touring barchetta 166.
http://www.barchetta.cc/All.Ferraris...m.0038m-1.html

It does look like 0080E a 212 Export
http://www.barchetta.cc/english/All.....212Export.htm

And actually it looks like the car from mroks comes up at the following listed as a 212 Export although the site doesn't seem that reliable.
http://www.fotosdecarros.com/showphoto.php/photo/581

Yes I'm having a slow day here...

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I emailed them for some further information on the Nardi-Peugeot.
When I have some time, I'm going to take a look at his place, it's not so far from here. Maybe can find some nice Romeo's ???
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Already received an answer:

Car was commissioned by Michel Dubois.

Therefore the car is named an MD Peugeot 203.

Michel Dubois had the body made in alloy by Frua.

Nardi made the tubular chassis and the gearbox.

Michel Dubois fitted the supercharger when new.

The car was in the 1953 Mille Miglia.

Chassis-number is #11.
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And I received some pictures to.
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Constantin was a famous modifier of Peugeot 203s in this time period. Here is an open Constantin-Peugeot at LeMans in 1955..

http://cgi.ebay.ie/CONSTANTIN-PEUGEO...ayphotohosting


and a Constantin-Peugeot coupe from LeMans 1953..

http://www.mafma.com/images/par120.jpg

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I found the picture on this website:

http://www.mroks.com/index.htm

If you click on "Scrapbook", it's the second pic.
There are some other nice cars as well, but if the names are right, I don't know.
Like this one, which looks a bit like the mystery car on another thread, but is probably a Vignale ???
The scrapbook says on a different page that this is a Ferrari 195S, #0038M.

Great pictures, indeed.

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Is anyone interested enough for me to translate that Italian magazine article if I find half an hour?
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Is anyone interested enough for me to translate that Italian magazine article if I find half an hour?
I can understand part of it, but am not fluent in Italian. I would be interested in a complete and proper translation. My friend GTV 2000 (who also posts here, but prefers to remain anonymous) is fluent in Italian, and would probably be interested, along with some others who aren't fluent, such as Tubut, etc...

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That Vignale Ferrari is 0038M at Rudy Pas' dealership. The car has since been rebodied (the Vignale body should still be around)
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Would be a pleasure - hopefully have it done by the end of the weekend.
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