Supported by Pininfarina and Maserati brothers' OSCA,
Fiat too proviede its interpretation of the Italian dream of an
open-body car; the family of Cabriolet with 1200 and 1500 engine or
with the powerful 1500 and 1600 twin-cam made in Bologna was the actual
alternative to Alfa Romeo during the Sixties, with a more sober spirit
and styling and performace at the same level.
This book features all its history, from the beginning
of the project to
the following developments, packed with several illustrations and
detailed technical data sheets of every version.