Carrozzeria Allemano

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Carrozzeria Allemano (established 1928, discontinued 1965) was an automobile coachbuilder in Turin, Italy, owned by Serafino Allemano. Allemano made various cars based on their own designs, and in some cases, externally made designs, such as those by Giovanni Michelotti. Some of the earlier cars were the Ferrari 166 S (1948, when it won the Mille Miglia with Clemente Biondetti behind the wheel), Alfa Romeo 2500 (1950) and Lancia Aurelia (1952). The Cisitalia 202 Berlinetta (#105, 1951) was designed by Carrozzeria Scaglietti but built by Allemano.

For Fiat Allemano created three Fiat 1100 TV (by Michelotti, 1954), the Fiat 600 (1955-1958), a few Abarth 750, Fiat 850 and Fiat 2200. Some of the Fiat 600 designs were also used by Abarth and Siata. For Maserati it made 21 Maserati A6G 2000/54, prototype designs for Maserati 3500 GT (1957), and 22 Maserati 5000 GT (1959-1965), many of these designed by Michelotti. For ATS it built ATS 2500 GT (1963) designed by Franco Scaglione. There was also a Jaguar XK140, an Aston Martin DB2/4 (1953) a Panhard Dyna, as well as Renault Dauphine specials.

Revival The Allemano name was revived in early 2014 with plans to launch a range of modified cars and motorcycles with custom bodywork and tuned mechanicals.

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