I’m just throwing this out there. I want to buy a Giulietta Promiscua or Weekendia station wagon. I realize not many of these were made and I realize if do find one it will be in outer Mongolia, but I want one none-the-less. I would be willing to trade my SS up or down for one.
I found this picture somewhere on someones blog. If I saw this on a trailer headed some where when I was on the way to my best friends wedding I’d be late for the wedding. This I believe is the Colli version, the Promiscua.
This is the Boneschi Weekendia version of the Giulietta wagon. I think this picture came from a website belonging to the auto club of Sardegna, but I have seen it else where too.
I think this is another Weekendia. I’m not sure how the total production run breaks down between Colli and Boneschi. I like the two-tone roof.
Same car as above from behind (I assume). I know, it looks a lot like a Volvo Amazon wagon…
Looks like someone grafted a BMW or more appropriately an ISO Isetta door on the back. There is a 1 in 91 chance that this car here is the same as the one above.
So you just read this blog post and you have, or someone you know has a rusty crusty Giulietta Promiscua Stationwagon in the barn. Drop me a line at sprints @ giuliettas . com. Finder fee paid, no distance to far to travel. Oh, and if you instead have a Giulia Promiscua (see below), well, I suppose I could live with one of those instead, but I might have to change the focus of my blog.
Super (or is it TI?) based Colli wagon. I think the ones with windows are Super based.
Oh, and incase you are like, shoot, all I have is this lousy 1969 1750 Berlina based promiscua station wagon (see below) well, even that might fit the bill.
The 1750 Berlina based wagon. I’ve seen these as ambulances and trucks too.