The first coupe for this Model. It was build and used in Italy.
- Bare Aluminum / Red & Black Liveries
- Year Model 1952
- Bertone Bodywork
Very special car, as it is the first coupe of the series. It is also interesting to know that the coupe are all different and have probably been build or adapted by different coachbuilders. This one was built in Italy and has stayed there ever since. It was raced twice in the Mille Miglia Races in 1952 and 1953 We can safely assume that the car is equipped with a Fiat 1100 engine. We believe the car to still be in Italy eventhough it hasn't surfaced in a long time.
|Owner||Name and location||Timeline and details|
||Paolo Butti – Torino (I)||1952|
||Gianfranco Ge fu Mario - Novara (I)||1952 - 1953|
||Emilio Colombo fu Luigi - Sacconago (VA) - (I)||1953 - 1954|
||Gianfranco Ge fu Mario - Novara (I)||1954 - 1955|
||Guido Fossati fu Ercole e Mario Moia fu Giovanni – Novara||1955 - 1957|
||Angelo Perego fu Martino – Monza||1957 - 1957|
||Costantino Galli fu Giuseppe – Milano||1957 - 1964|
||Luciano||1964 - ???|
May 4th 1952
|Butti P./ Loos H||#2352||240th overall / 13th in category|
April 26th 1953
|Ge Gianfranco / Zanforlin||#2200||159th overall / 10th in Category|
|No Auction for this car|
Racing LiveriesMille Miglia 1952
VideosNo Video identified for this car
Interesting LinksNo intersting Links for this car
Photo Credits by: BAT Website | 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