January 30, 2020 by admin
Rocco Motto was an Italian (Turin) coachbuilding company established in 1932. The company produced bodies from Cadillacs to Delahayes. In 1946 Motto commenced building aluminium bodies for Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Cisitalia, Bandini and Ermini. During 1963, Motto made a body for a Franco Scaglione-designed Porsche-Abarth 356 Carrera GTL berlinetta. He also bodied a handful of Ferraris.
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