The Panhard Dyna was an ideal base for many people and companies who wanted to build their own car. The Dyna chassis was light, not too expensive and the engine was relatively powerful. It was also easily to obtain, because Panhard was always very willing to provide their chassis and drive train to anyone.
The Allemano Coupe in these pictures was designed by Aldo Bianchi. The car was built in a number of four for the Panhard importer Crepaldi of Milan, Italy. Crepaldi's racing team raced under the name "Scuderia ITAL-FRANCE" and with the equipe Guidetti/Ubezio the Allemano Panhard finished 171th (out of over 300 participants) in the 1953 Mille Miglia.
Only two out of four Allemano Crepaldi Panhard 750 Coupes are known to still exist.
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