Carrozzeria Boneschi S.r.L. (established 1919 near Milano) is an Italian coachbuilder, mainly of commercial vehicles. Until 1960, the company was mostly involved with automobile manufacturers such as Talbot, Rolls Royce, Alfa Romeo, Lancia and Fiat. It was established in Milano by Giovanni Boneschi, moving to Cambiago in (1933). The factory was rebuilt after World War II (1946), after which Boneschi died. Among its designers and directors in the later years was Dr. Bruno Pezzaglia.
- Lancia Lambda were the first orders
- Lancia Dilambda, Lancia Artena and Lancia Astura.
- Lancia Aprilia
- Fiat 1100/103 Giardinetta (wood-based station wagon, 1949) and the Pubblicigario, toothpaste shaped car for Binaca (toothpaste manufacturer, 1951)
- Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 convertible (1937, 1952)
- Alfa Romeo 1900C Astral (1953), displayed at the 1953 Turin Motor Show, a second was sold to Rafael Trujillo.
- Lancia Aurelia B53 convertible (1953)
- Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider (1963)
- Alfa Romeo Giulietta Weekendina (station wagon, 1957).
- Maserati 3500 GT (1962, 1963)
- Lancia Flaminia spider Amalfi designed by Rodolfo Bonetto (1962)
- Iveco OM55, armored truck (1977)
- Fiat 306 bus, conversion for Gancia Asti
- Lancia Thema Gazella coupe prototype (1987).
- U.S. Patent 3,797,880 (1972)
Boneschi has recently been acquired by the Milano-based Savio coachbuilder.
- Sergio Puttini, Carrozzeria Boneschi (1989).
- Savio Group official website
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