Pinin Farina supplied coachwork in 1932-33 on the Alfa Romeo type 8C 2300 chassis, and in 1935-37 on the 6C
2300 chassis. These striking designs got noticed and resulted in more commissions. But in the 1950s Pinin Farina suggested producing short runs, a few dozens, of a single design to give different variants on the same Alfa Romeo model. Italian cars at this time were often produced as saloons, coupes, cabriolets and sometimes as utility vehicles as well, and sometimes each variant was given to a different designer. The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider resulted in 17,000 orders for Pinin Farina, whilst the coupe version was designed and produced by Bertone. Many more Alfa Romeo series production models came from Pininfarina.
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Badge on the wing of a Alfa Romeo 1750 1968 Spider Veloce. The last car signed off by Battista Pininfarina