The Stabilimenti Farina were an Italian coachbuilder, founded by Giovanni Farina in 1906 and remained active until 1953.

Between the ten and the thirties, it was one of the companies that gave prestige to the Italian automotive industry by developing production systems and cutting-edge technologies. The first experience was made by people who later became big names in the sector, such as Battista Farina, the founder's younger brother, Pietro Frua, Mario Felice Boano, Giovanni Michelotti, Alfredo Vignale and Franco Martinengo.


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