The Amica was the first car branded S.I.A.T.A. It was a small two-seater cabriolet, produced in two versions. The first one was called “Amica 49” (1948-1949) and presented a tubular perimeter frame built in only 50 units. The second one was named “Amica 50” (1950-1952) with a steel boxed frame built in about 300 units. Both versions were equipped with the mechanics of the Fiat 500 “Topolino” with a “B” type SIATA head and special manifolds. The body of the car was designed by the earl Mario Revelli de Beaumont and built by Bertone, who gave life to a real small GT.
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