Motto was an Italian coachbuilding company established in Turin in 1932 by Rocco Motto. The company produced bodies on the chassis of a.o. Ferraris, Cadillacs, Delahayes, Fiat, Renault, Lancia, Salmson and many more. When the coachbuilding days were over in 1965, Rocco and his son Francesco devoted themselves to the production of caravans and commercial vehicles. Rocco Motto died in 1996 at the age of 92.
Product no.: AM43 F68
Shown at the 1950 Paris Motor Show, this was the third of three 166 Inters fitted with a Cabriolet body by Stabilimenti Farina.
Product no.: AM43 F37
The Swiss body Ghia-Aigle, each based on a Michelotti design, and the Carrozzeria Motto built one-off pieces.
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