I got a bunch of links from Maurizo that included one to this car for sale. As you can see, it’s an open top/no doors stretched Giulia Super sedan in a style that most people in know would call ‘like a Fiat Jolly’, but sans wicker. On Capri, in 2003, I saw a mid-60’s Fiat 1500 station wagon done up this way. This sort of car was commissioned to give slow, fair weather (obviously) guided tours and serve as a hyper local taxi or errand running vehicle in resort areas. I could easily imagine this being some manufacturing executives facilities touring car -in Arese perhaps… oh, and it’s €75,000!
If you put your hand on the screen to obscure everything from the windshield back, it just looks like a very nice Super. I like how the arm rests also keep the passing-out drunk from slipping out of the car.
Car is longer than usual and looks it with so much missing up top. If they stiffened the chassis on the underside I bet this thing handles pretty good, having a very low center of gravity. Imagine rolling about 15 k/hr from the bottom of the hill to the top in Positano in this thing, checking out the sights.
The usual odd translation “No environmental sticker, Torpedo The body set up by the ‘platform Colli’sul stretched Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1965, was designed for use on special occasions representative visits the establishment of the centenarian. Produced in only 2 specimens of which one in possession of the museum, you can in effect define a unique piece!” So that explains it -it’s a few years old and served as a sort of Pope-mobile.
Neat how they capped the sills to protect them from shoe soles and added a grab bar to help you in and out. Upholstery looks nice.
Standard Super up here.
Coachwork back here is tidy. I like the golf-cart style parasol roof. Some rich Rodney Dangerfieldesque golfer needs to roll this on the course at Pebble.
Parasol follows the general shape of a Promiscua. I wonder who built this?
Looks original and needs some detailing. Makes me want another Super…