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The front suspension is 1952 or earlier Fiat 1100 B or E, the engine and gearbox are much later maybe 1100 103.
Not much there from when it was...
What makes you think mitt's Ferrari? Those were used on a number of other Italian cars in the '50s…. and not only Italian cars. Borrani...
Very pretty car but that's not the original body, is it? Is restored the correct term to describe this car?
Wasn't there a Hugh P.K. Dibley?
I dunno- it looks like Las Vegas or Atlantic City to me.
I think Chris Cord had one of these in his garage in Brentwood in the late '70s and he used to take the kids for rides around the neighborhood.
Why would anyone want a new Hardly-Ableson?
FOR GOD'S SAKE GET RID OF THAT HORRIBLE BACKGROUND NOISE! I CAN'T CALL IT MUSIC.
PF250 for $9500, Fiat 8V Zagato for $5500.......
Thanks again, Walter. I do have the "3011" book.
I guess I'll just have to continue my research. Do you have any idea how many of the 8CM and 4CM...
Thank you, Walter for the fast response. Is there any book dedicated to these 4CM, 6CM and 8CM cars?