Cisitalia 33DF by Pininfarina

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33DF by Pininfarina





In 1953, the Cisitalia 33DF, (DF standing for 'Derived from FIAT'), which used the FIAT 1100E chassis to cut costs, Voloradente (translated in English to “flyby”), was introduced as the successor to the remarkable 202 series. No more than 15 are believed to have been built, in both berlinetta and spider configurations. (Of those, reportedly only three are known to remain in existence.)

Designed by Aldo Brovarone (whose résumé includes an estimable stint with Pininfarina), its attractive shape, formed from lightweight aluminum, has aged delightfully. Even with its small capacity engine, the 33DF was said to achieve 170 km/hr, and with ventilated alloy drum brakes and supple suspension, it offered exhilarating performance wrapped in an elegant package with exquisite appointments.

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