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1955 Fiat 1100 Monviso Spyder Allemano [103]

1955 Fiat 1100 Monviso Spyder [103] in L'onore e il rispetto, TV Series, 2006 IMDB Ep. 1.02

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT

1955 Fiat 1100 Monviso Spyder Allemano [103]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Owner of this vehicle: Gianfranco Conti

Comments about this vehicle

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Raul1983 FI

2006-12-29 14:48

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strange car. Ghia ?

ben68 BE

2006-12-29 14:49

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Raul1983 wrote strange car. Ghia ?

That's what I thought as first. Or Nardi?

chief tin cloud CH

2007-03-05 14:23

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Never seen something like that. Has slight overtones of a 1955 Chrysler 300. Could it be a custom body or a one-off on a European - most likely Italian - chassis?

-- Last edit: 2007-03-05 14:24:17

buickestate CA

2007-03-13 06:46

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early fifties, facel vega, chrysler frame and drive trane, french hand made body.

otheos GR

2007-05-30 00:05

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Not a Facel. Curious to find out

wrenchhead US

2007-05-30 23:24

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This is driving me crazy - I know I have seen that front end somewhere but can't remember :(

sixcyl FR

2007-05-30 23:30

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I think Ghia is the good track to follow...

DynaMike NL

2007-12-11 00:37

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The same car is visible here: /vehicle_76973-Alfa-Romeo-1900-Super-1483-1956.html

Zophos1979 NL

2008-06-25 23:51

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Looks too small for a Chrysler 300, looks more european in size, possibly something with a Chrysler engine, but still...

Zophos1979 NL

2008-06-26 17:00

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hmmm, I have been wrecking my brain on this one... it is definitely European, too small for a US make (well most of them anyway), Renault first came to mind, but that would be mid/rear engined, which this isn't (no air intakes on sides or rear) but I seem to remember some Alfa Romeo's with a similar radiator grille done by coachbuilders (Bertone is my first candidate, as the grille echoes the BAT5 and 7 showcars and the 250 GT done by Guigiaro while in service of Bertone). Also the general proportions seem to fit the Giulietta models

-- Last edit: 2008-06-26 17:37:27

Ray B. FR

2008-07-28 10:46

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I've posted this pic on Autopuzzles.com and a specialist identified it. It's a 1953 Fiat 1100 Spyder with a body by Allemano, apparently on a Michelotti design. This one has a different bumper who may have replaced, but this is the car.
http://www.autopuzzles.com/forum/index.php?topic=4596.msg28837#msg28837

Gianfranco Conti IT

2012-06-22 10:16

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This car is a Fiat 1100 Monviso carrozzeria Allemano
and is one of over 250 cars of A.T.A. ltd - Conti Brothers of Rome.
A. T.A. ltd rents vintage vehicles mainly used for the making of
films starting from the end of the '50s
ata.conti@gmail.com
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Si tratta di una Fiat 1100 Monviso carrozzeria Allemano,
quetsa vettura faceva parte del ns. parco auto fino alla metÓ
degli anni '80.
Ma ancora si trova a Roma e lavora per il cinema.
ata.conti@gmail.com
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