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Aurelia Zagato

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The above photo was found by Carter Hendricks in Rasmussen’s book, “The Survivors: European Sports Cars of the Fifties” from 1978, not looked at in many years. Little is known of these cars – and this image rpovides a comparison between the two cars. Supposedly three Zagatos were made and none remain. There are rumblings that one might surface in Italy: John deBoer said he saw one in a shop in Italy on an Alfa bb, and that it might come to the light of day in a few years; another friend said he saw one deep in a big collection in central Italy. As they look similar to other Zagato cars of that time, one never knows. Perhaps.
Anyone up for a rebody of their B20?

Written by Geoff

September 11, 2013 at 1:50 pm

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  1. About 20 years ago I saw one of these bodies on an Alfa Romeo at a Classic car exhibition in Malmö in Sweden. It was on Swedish numbers. I am in regular contact with Lancisti and Alfisti in that part of Sweden but have never since heard about the car.

    Niels Jonassen

    October 2, 2013 at 5:30 pm

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