History at Monza and Italian Hill Climb Championship (Ettore Mandelli driving). These open headlight, Corna bodied cars (under licence from Zagato), were specifically homolgated. Often wrongly described as Zagato bodied cars, and at the factory, the Zagato badges were not applied. Very few of these variants known. Estimates are up to only 100 built, and maybe less than half survive. This car was totally intact, other than the steering wheel, which we subsequently found in Turin. The engine, brakes, suspension, drive train and running gear all original and all intact - now rebuilt and everything that came off the car, has been refurbished and put back on. The only things new on the car are the repaint, a window winder, and trim. Huge history file including original registration and plates.