This little coupé, built by Vignale coachworks in the mid-sixties, was based on Fiat 1300 Berlina (sedan) chassis and engine. It was a cheap way to stand out of the crowd thanks to Michelotti’s design. About 50 examples were produced, of which there are about 15 in the condition of use. This model had an engine developed by Giannini. In the sixties the Giannini (founded in 1963) was the Roman response to the Abarth: specialized in "tuning" of Fiat cars.
This particular car seems almost perfect in every way. The Nardi steering wheel was “stock” on these cars. This Vignale looks very clean inside and outside. The previous owner did a full rebuilt of the gearbox, the brakes, the carburettors and a full servicing.The Vignale has a EU registration.
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Jul 13, 2017