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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1952
Numbers built:21 (6 225 S Vignale Berlinettas)
Designed by:Vignale
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:May 08, 2015
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Chassis 0152EL The very first 225 S built and the first of six fitted by Vignale with a Berlinetta body, this example was sold new to Pierre Boncompagni, who raced under the pseudonym 'Pagnibon'. He raced the car with considerable success in local events throughout France. Ahead of the 195>>>

Chassis 0164ED Chassis 0164ED was delivered new through the Kleber-Colombes tyre company to French privateer racer Jean Lucas. Together with André Simon, he placed the car fourth overall in the 1952 Monaco Grand Prix, which was run for sports cars that year. Lucas continued to race th>>>

Chassis 0168ED Originally sold in July of 1952 to an enthusiast from Rome, this Vignale Berlinetta was sold back to the factory before the end of the year. Chassis 0168ED was almost immediately shipped to American distributor Luigi Chinetti, who found new owners in brothers Peter S. and Ro>>>

Chassis 0170ET Completed early in 1952, this car started life as a 212 Export. It was acquired new by Dr Augusto Caraceni, who was the son of tailor to the starts Domenico Caraceni. Augusto Caraceni entered the car in the Mille Miglia but failed to make it to the finish. He continued to ra>>>

Chassis 0178ED Ready in time for the 1952 Mille Miglia, this 225 S Vignale Berlinetta was sold new to Count Antonio Sterzi. Sharing with Nino Rovelli, he failed to reach the finish in the Mille Miglia. Later in the year, Bruno Sterzi raced the car with great success with victories includin>>>

Chassis 0190ET Originally laid out as a 212 Export, the featured Vignale Berlinetta was fitted with a 225 Sport engine before it left the factory. After first being shown at a concours d'elegance, chassis 0190ET was rarely raced. Liveried in French racing blue, it took part in the 1956 Rei>>>

  Article Image gallery (65) Chassis (6) Specifications