In 1950, at the request of a delegation of Fiat dealers headed by Ovidio Capelli, Touring created a small series of 200 berlinettas based on the Fiat 1400, the new medium-sized car with a unibody from Fiat. This is the first attempt to adapt the Superleggera structure to a real monocoque. In the factory in Via Ludovico da Breme, the Fiat 1400s were transformed into two-door, four-seater berlinettas in the coachbuilder's style, with a large grille, modified several times, and a tail similar to that of the 6C 2500 SS Villa d'Este. Of these 200 cars, at least 3 were further lightened and strengthened with an Abarth kit and with one of these Ovidio Capelli himself triumphed at the XI Giro di Sicilia 1951.


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