Maserati Mexico Prototype, 1967, by Frua. One of 3 prototypes which were made, by Bertone, Vignale and Frua, for a 2-door coupe based on the original Quattroporte. The Frua and Bertone versions were rejected in favour of the Vignale version, of which 485 examples were made
Same place and colour, different car: Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT, I guess an early Seventies 1300 or 1600 Junior with modified grille, not so original rims and just a GT badge. But you can’t deface a 105 series Bertone.
Studebaker Italia Coupé, 1960, by Frua. The Italian Studebaker importer commissioned Pietro Frua to design a 2 door coupe based on the Studebaker Lark with a view to creating a limited edition model for the European market. The Italsuisse built car remained a one-off
When condition 1- goes for at least EUR 120 000, this one could be a bargain if the owner decides that the seats are finally worn-out: Mercedes-Benz W 111 Hochkühler Coupé (1961–1971), heavily patinated as we like it. But actually it’s a shame.
Custom 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS 2 Door Coupe “Fallen Angels Camaro” The custom-airbrushed paint including bold tribal graphics and ghostly images was applied by renowned airbrush artist Charles The Kid Armstrong.
1954 Maserati A6G/54 2000 Zagato Coupe | Corsa Sport | Double Bubble Roof | 2 Door Sports Coupe | Zagato | Chassis No 2121 | 2.0L Straight 6 150hp | Top Speed 210 kph 130 mph | Around 60 unit of different body types of A6G were produced but only 1 double bubble A6 was made - Chassis No 2121 | Remi