World of Touring



Special Prize in “The former English marques (Post-War) Closed Cars” Class1948 Bristol 401 Touring

Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille Concours d’Etat

Restoration of a Touring bodywork.
The cooperation between Bristol and Touring resulted in a limited batch of 7 or 8 cars to be coach built in Milan. #217 belongs to this very limited batch and was completely restored.

Best of Class “Special Coachwork Postwar”1952 SIATA 140S Daina Sport Bertone

Concours d’Elegance Paleis Het Loo, Apeldoorn

Restoration of a non Touring bodywork.
The Siata Daina Sport was introduced at the 1952 Torino show. It was the coupé version of the Daina Grand Sport cabriolet and used the same chassis & drivetrain.
The Daina Sport succesfully competed many international races and rallys during the early fifties.

Best of Class H “Coupes of Class”1952 SIATA 140S Daina Sport Bertone

Concours d’Elegance Masterpieces & Style Schloss Dyck, Jüchen

Restoration of a non Touring bodywork.
This is the last Daina Sport produced. At one point in its early life, it was damaged in an accident and returned to Bertone for repair, and was heavily modified with a new front grille, altered front section, and with addition of a boot lid & luggage compartment.
The car was “barn find” before being sent in 2011 to Touring Superleggera for an extensive restoration. It included re-establishing its original shape and specifications.

“Coppa d’Oro Villa d’Este” Best of Show by Villa d’Este Public Referendum1950 Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta Touring

Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, Como

Restoration of a Touring bodywork.
First Ferrari owned by Avvocato Gianni Agnelli with its characteristic blue/green color scheme. The restoration focused on correcting front end shape and its egg crate grille and the rear end with its unmistakable teardrop tail lights.

At the same event was also awarded for

  • “Trofeo BMW Group Italia” by Villa Erba Public Referendum
  • “Mention of Honor” in Class E “Gentlemens racers – Speed meets post-war style”
Best of Class “Italian Beauties - Forgotten Italian classics”1952 SIATA 140S Daina Sport Bertone

Schloss Bensberg Classics Concours d’Elegance, Bergisch Gladbach

Restoration of a non Touring bodywork.
One of 12 remaining, and the last produced of the series with its Bertone bodywork. Found in barn state, the car was carefully restored by Touring Superleggera in Milan to its original layout and specifications.

At the contest the car was also awarded as

  • Best of Special Category “Post-war closed”
  • Second Best of Show

Best of Show Concours d’Elégance1956 Maserati A6G 2000 Spider Frua

Techno-Classica Essen

Restoration of a non Touring bodywork.
Of the 60 units built, #2182 sold new to the San Francisco distributor was then turned into a glider plane towing machine and as such returned to Europe. The restoration at Touring Superleggera in Milan was substantial and included the full reconstruction of the then disappeared rear section.

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