|S.r.l. (Limited Company)|
|Founded||Milan, Italy (1967)|
|Carlo Marazzi (Founder)
Serafino Marazzi (President)
|Services||construction, processing, engineering, design of automobiles|
The company was established by Carlo Marazzi (with sons Serafino and Mario) and employees from the then bankrupt Carrozzeria Touring of Milan. Marazzi first completed the Lamborghini 400GT 2+2 series, which was followed by a series of 125 Lamborghini Islero (1967), and the first few of the Lamborghini Jarama (1970). Next came eighteen Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale (1967), a few Alfa Romeo Giulia Nuova Promiscua (1973), two Alfa Romeo 90 station wagon prototypes (designed for the Auto Capital magazine, 1985) and a Fiat Punto Cabrio Wagon Bricò prototype (1994). Marazzi also made various hearses, based on Mercedes-Benz in the 1990s, and are still associated with the automotive industry. Marazzi's latest works includes works such: Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione Spider prototype and Land Rover Discovery 3 armored for police.
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