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This book covers the history of the Bianchina from its origins to today. The first part is devoted to the birth of the Autobianchi factory and the dev...
Manufacturer: Giorgio Nada Editore
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This book covers the history of the Bianchina from its origins to today. The first part is devoted to the birth of the Autobianchi factory and the developments that led to the production of the 110 B model in 1957. The technical characteristics, differences between the various series, the chassis and engine numbers, the colours and upholstery of all of them (transformable, cabriolet, saloon, panoramic, van and estate car) are described year by year. Illustrative material and original brochures of the period are called on to bring to life the various aesthetic and mechanical details. The second part is entirely devoted to restoration, spotlighting the various stages of reconditioning with invaluable advice and descriptive photographs of individual details, from the carcass to the finished vehicle. The third part offers collection aspects and customs linked to the model with archive pictures of the principal events, the special versions, accessories, publicity exploitation and the clubs devoted to the car from Desio which still attracts thousands of enthusiasts even today.

Products specifications
Binding Softbound
Pages 120
Size cm. 24x27
Colour Pictures 160
B/W Pictures 60
Publishing Date Nuova edizione 2007
Text Italian
Author Pittoni Leo
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