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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1953 - 1954
Numbers built:4
Introduced at:1954 Turin Motor Show
Designed by:Pinin Farina
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:July 28, 2014
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Chassis 2056 Completed in December of 1953, this was the first of four A6GCS/53 Pinin Farina Berlinettas built. It was sold to Count Paolo Gravina di Catania, who entered it in the Giro di Sicilia. He crashed the car heavily, unfortunately killing the co-driver. Grief-stricken, the Count>>>

Displayed at the 1954 Turin Motor Show, chassis 2057 was the second A6GCS/53 Pinin Farina Berlinetta built. Finished in an unusual two-tone blue, it was soon after raced in the Mille Miglia by new owner Pietro Palmieri. Due to excessive heat and noise inside the tight cockpi>>>

Chassis 2059 Understood to be the 1954 Paris Show Car, chassis 2059 was sold to Count Alberto Magi Dilligenti. He replaced the original red with a white stripe livery, with an all-white finish before fielding it in the 1955 Mille Miglia where he finished 105th. Repainted red, it eventual>>>

Chassis 2060 The fourth and final A6GCS/53 Pinin Farina Berlinetta built, this car was sold new to Scuderia Centro Sud. For reasons unknown, the bodywork was removed and was replaced by a Fiandri Barchetta body. In this guise, it was used by Centro Sud for the team's racing school. In 19>>>

Chassis 2070 Originally fitted with a Fantuzzi Spyder body, this A6GCS/53 was acquired new by Anna Maria Peduzzi. No contemporary competition history of this chassis is known. It was eventually acquired by Franco Lombardi, who at that time also owned the original Pinin Farina Berlinetta >>>

Chassis 2089 Acquired new by Francesco Giardini in 1955, this A6GCS/53 was fitted with a 'standard' barchetta body like most of its sister cars. He raced the car with considerable success, winning his class at the Mille Miglia and Targa Florio in 1955. He eventually crashed the car and d>>>

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