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Fiat unknown

Fiat unknown in Noi due soli, Movie, 1952 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT

Fiat unknown

Position 01:10:29 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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s13a LT

2021-06-26 18:05

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andrepa DE

2021-06-27 03:31

Bertone hubcaps with Hexagon in centre visible in first thumb
three hinges on door another Bertone feature not later than 1935
https://classiccarcatalogue.com/B/bertone%201938%20fiat1500cabriolet.jpg
https://www.carrozzieri-italiani.com/wp-content/uploads/27-1.jpg
https://www.coachbuild.com/forum/download/file.php?id=22061&t=1
https://www.coachbuild.com/forum/download/file.php?id=26333&mode=view
Size would be that of a Fiat 1500 or Lancia Aprilia
more than taht of a Fiat 2800 or Lancia Astura swb

andrepa DE

2021-06-27 09:46

The 'hexagon' hubcaps can be found on Fiat 6C 1500 Bertone
Link to "www.motorsport-total.com"
as on Touring as well
https://www.carstyling.ru/de/car/1938_fiat_1500_cabriolet/images/44948/
so the Hexagon might be more associated with Fiat 6C 1500 as with Bertone
here a 1500 Viotti with 3 hinges doors
https://christophgrohe.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Fiat-Viotti-Foto-7.jpg
1500 ghia
https://www.flickr.com/photos/61497689@N00/8121071896
the hexagon again on a stremaline model
Link to "www.alamy.com"
pinin farina with same hubcaps
Link to "i.pinimg.com"
1940 Fiat 1500 6C Trasformabile Bertone
[Image: trasformabile.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2021-06-27 23:47:07

andrepa DE

2021-06-27 10:12

Fiat 1500 6C Bertone comes closest
[Image: bertone.jpg]

s13a LT

2021-06-27 12:44

andrepa wrote Fiat 1500 6C Bertone comes closest
[Image: bertone.jpg]


It could be Bertone, but I┤m not sure about this model. Both of the door hinges seem to be higher on the subject vehicle and the headlights sit lower :think:

It┤s pretty difficult when only the rear is shown. Not many pictures of coachbuilt cars show this section :)

andrepa DE

2021-06-27 23:58

Let me try to convince you, as we see absolutely nothing of the hood it has to be real sharp pointed
Than the bumber is a reflection of the rear one, with split midth and the shape of bumper carriers.
Never seen a bumper splitted that way in mid section before
And the position of the 3 hinges
The hexagon seems to be unique for 1500 6C
After all it seems none of the Bertone 1500 looks the same
[Image: trasformabile.jpg]
Frei nach Graf Yoster: Es fehlt die letzte Expertise :)

s13a LT

2021-06-28 17:59

Another possibility (though not definite, as even the blogsite user is unsure of the coachbuilder) is this perhaps Viotti-bodied Fiat from around 1939 :

[Image: 107848162_o.jpg] [Image: 107848159_o.jpg]
Source : http://oldiesfan67.canalblog.com/archives/2014/11/07/30901516.html

Most of the details : chromed trim on the bootlid, door hinges and low headlights look almost the same as here, although it┤s got wrong tail lights and it has no running boards.

andrepa DE

2021-06-28 22:01

Yes, the Viotti is a hot candidate, i came across it before here with allusive running bords
[Image: screenshot2021-06-28at21-57-17fiat-viotti-foto-7jpgjpeg-grafik900600pixel.jpg]

andrepa DE

2021-07-02 00:39

find of the day Fiat 1500 6C Maggiora who was a sub contractor maybe for Viotti
https://www.coachbuild.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=132&t=377&start=120
Apropos right now the bootlid of the 'Viotti' fits perfectly, maybe some commen part related with factory Fiat 1500 6C
as the hub caps as well.
After all we can be pretty sure this is a Fiat 1500 6C.

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