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Model

Zagato Fiat Topolino 750 MM 1949
Zagato Fiat Topolino 750 MM 1949
5.7/10 rating (3 votes)

Description

Probably the only known surviving 1949 Fiat Topolino 750 MM by Zagato, one of 8 cars originally built.
This car even raced flat-out in period at Italy's Mille Miglia road race.

This particular car was restored by Scott Gauthier. Judging by the numerous awards the car has been honored with since restoration was finished, this rare car will likely survive far into the future thanks to Gauthier's own two hands.

The wrap around windows were named the 'Panoramic Series' by Zagato. These models were some of the first cars Zagato introduced after the war.

The Fiat Topolino was produced from 1937 through 1955 with nearly 520,000 constructed. The name 'Topolino' was chosen in honor of Mickey Mouse - the name 'Topolino' means 'little mouse.'

Specifications

27.08.16
2407

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