Today completely hand made, according to the standards of the legendary 50’s, it is a car that will appeal to those audiences, who lived or dream the myth of those racing cars that ran on the streets of the “Mille Miglia”, the “Targa Florio” or the “Carrera Panamericana” and at the meantime they were used in the weekend to go to the theatre.
Manufacturing a car as the artisans built the famous Gran Turismo at the end of the ‘50, a hybrid Gran Turismo with mechanics derived from the series an revised according to the new requirements, the rest being born from a blank sheet of paper. A car full of personality , both formal and substantive, which expresses the skills of those artisans too often forgottenand who on the contrary have given so much in terms of uniqueness, charm and design. Able to give emotion, constructed and finished trying to guess and satisfy not only the aesthetic taste of the future driver, but more than this trying to express his personality surely not usual.
A comprehensive report from the beginning of “Officine Fratelli Frigero” will be published in our next print magazine at end of May 2016. Many outstanding photos will highlight this remarkable story.
Michael R. Zamut