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Fiat 850 Vignale Berlina


Siamo lieti di presentare in vendita questa esclusiva Fiat 850 Berlina Vignale, una piccola coupé costruita dalla Carrozzeria Vignale a partire dal 1964 in soli 4000 esemplari. Progettata da Virginio Vairo, ispirandosi agli schizzi di design di Giovanni Michelotti, altre versioni includono lo Spider e la coupé. Alfredo Vignale desiderava costruire piccole vetture basate sul telaio della 600 e dell’850, chiamandole le Vignaline.

Anno di costruzione 1966. Gli interni ed esterni di questo esemplare sono originali e conservati, mostrando i segni del tempo che ne sottolineano l’autenticità. Targa nera. Iscritta ASI.

Questa speciale vettura è attualmente in vendita in esclusiva su carrozzieri-italiani.com. Non esitate a contattarci per ulteriori informazioni e per scoprire come potete portare a casa questo gioiello automobilistico.

L’auto è visibile nella zona sud del Lago di Garda.


We are pleased to present for sale this exclusive Fiat 850 Berlina Vignale, a small coupé built by Carrozzeria Vignale starting from 1964 in only 4000 specimens. Designed by Virginio Vairo, drawing inspiration from design sketches by Giovanni Michelotti, other versions include the Spider and the coupé. Alfredo Vignale aimed to build small cars based on the 600 and 850 chassis, naming them the Vignaline.

Built in 1966, the interior and exterior of this specimen are original and well-preserved, showcasing the signs of time that emphasize its authenticity.

This special vehicle is currently available for sale exclusively on carrozzieri-italiani.com. Feel free to contact us for further information and to discover how you can take home this automotive gem.

The car is visible in the southern area of Lake Garda (Italy).

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