We have very little information about this car. It is belived to have been the car displayed at the Geneva Auto Show with a transparent Hood. No recent information available about its current location.
- Red Livery
- Year Model 1952
- Bertone Bodywork
The engine of this car was fitted in Italy (it is believed with Nardi Equipment), small brakes and Siata Bell housing for Crosley. Because of some key distinctive elements this car is believed to be the one that was at the Geneva Auto show in March 1952. Then in 1956 the car was shipped to the USA, where it is supposed to have stayed until now, but its current location and owner still have to be confirmed.
|Owner||Name and location||Timeline and details|
||"Masters" A.T. Walker, Nashville, TN, USA||1956 - 1957|
||C. Courtney Whitlock, IN, USA||1958 - 1960|
|No Racing history recorded for this car||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|No Auction for this car|
Racing LiveriesNo Racing liveries identified for this car
VideosNo Video identified for this car
Interesting LinksNo Links identified for this car
Photo Credits by: Stanford Revs Library | K. Ludvigsen | Cliff Reuter | John and Jarl de Boer | Tony Adriaensens CorsaResearch | Joel Driskill | Mark Bean | Used with permission of various owner archives | Various undocumented web sources.
Other Credits: The Italian car Registry | Etceterini.com | Bonhams | RM Sothebys