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1948 Nardi-Danese Marco Bertone

1948 Nardi-Danese Marco in Cinque poveri in automobile, Movie, 1952 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT

1948 Nardi-Danese Marco Bertone

[*][*][*][*][*] The vehicle is part of the movie

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Alessandro58 CH

2010-05-25 14:26

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Alessandro58 CH

2010-05-25 19:58

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After several researches without any result, I think it's a "made/modified for movie" car.

The characters mention a few details about the car: It consumes 25 liters/100 km and is equipped with 6 cylinder engine. It also has a white body color and morocco red seats ("marocchino rosso").

-- Last edit: 2011-01-26 17:19:29

vilero ES

2010-05-25 20:10

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The front clip could be based on Packard 51-53 but the body work looks different

130rapid PL

2010-05-25 20:34

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In the movie white convertible was main lottery prize. :D

Allemano's FIATs had similar (not same!) front.

sixcyl FR

2010-05-25 22:56

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It look like those toys of the fifties ... :D

here a plastic Norev 1/70th scale of the early 50's
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kegare JP

2010-05-26 09:15

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The car can be seen here in a garage with a "Tassi & Rivoli" sign in the background. Both are names of italian coachbuilders, or it's just a name coincidence.

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Alessandro58 CH

2010-05-26 10:27

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Thanks @kegare for the hint. Tassi & Rivoli was a car dealer at piazza Fiume in Rome. But I dont'know if he was also a coachbuilder.

-- Last edit: 2010-05-26 10:28:41

electra225 IT

2010-05-26 12:00

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I don't think at all it was. It has never been mentioned as a coachbuilder in any good book, for instance "Milleruote" of the mid 70's which was really a bible for me...nor by other sources.

kegare JP

2010-05-26 23:39

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Tassi was the name of a designer or coachbuilder (?) for Lancia and Fiat, and the name "Rivoli" was associated with some Corre La Licorne cars. But this probably does not mean anything, it was just a parenthesis.

Chelmersteve EN

2010-05-31 14:12

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Something based on the SIMCA 8?

pilou BE

2010-06-01 15:22

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Perhaps another hint :the sloping hood line and grille design are exactly identical to Bertone's design of the first Fiat 1100 Berlinetta Stanguellini roadcar issued in 1948 .This fastback berlinetta had a much shorter track and wheelbase than this convertible that appears to have very long almost disproportionate ones for a convertible.So , could it be a one off Bertone / Nuccio design on a long Fiat or Lancia base made or not for the movie ? Perhaps the dashboard design could help . So far I checked , it is not an Alfa Romeo 2500 dash.

Alessandro58 CH

2010-06-01 23:07

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Indeed very similar front as pilou says: Bertone Stanguellini:

Link to "www.prova.de"
http://images.forum-auto.com/mesimages/583791/scannarTop.jpg1..jpg

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Bob Dieck BR

2011-01-27 16:48

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I suggest to look again the photo of the 1950 Cadillac. This white car has very similar dimmensions to the Cadillac.

fgsavoia IT

2011-06-19 15:15

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1949 Simca Bertone 1200 Cabriolet

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DynaMike NL

2011-06-19 16:15

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Wheelbase is much too long to be a Simca...

fgsavoia IT

2011-06-23 22:46

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I'm quite sure that's a Bertone coachwork, and a Simca nose but, you're right, i didn't notice the huge wheelbase....

DynaMike NL

2011-09-30 11:15

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Seems that the solution is found in Autopuzzles.com :) http://www.autopuzzles.com/forum/index.php?topic=17647.0
"Al Circuito del Monrenero, disputato a fine agosto a Livorno, esordý, con al volante Enrico Nardi, anche la 8 cilindri 1500. Questa vettura, anche se reclamizzata solo sol secondo numero di "Interauto" del 1948, venne trasformata in un lussuoso cabriolet a quattro posti con carrozzeria Bertone per Marco Fabio Crespi, detto Rudy, e dal nome del proprietario deriv˛ la denominazione di Nardi-Danese Marco."

Alessandro58 CH

2011-10-22 17:36

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DynaMike wrote Seems that the solution is found in Autopuzzles.com :)


Thanks DynaMike for your efforts! I saw only now, that you found the solution!

DynaMike NL

2011-10-22 17:40

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:D

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