A stunning wood and cardboard crate, original from the 1950s. The Rolls Royce brand is clearly visible on two sides. The original destination label is on the front: FIAT Torino. The black cardboard sides are original; this crate was used in the mid-20th century to transport parts of engines from one famous car manufacturers to another.In good condition with signs of use that lend to the whole a charming.
It is an extremely rare piece.
Perfect as a rare, industrial-style furnishing piece. Dimensions 53 x 45 x 48cm
This vintage original illuminated Italian sign is made of hard plastic with raised lettering, and measures a large 3 feet wide (35″ / 91 cm in diameter) and 4″ deep. It is in very good original condition and is functional. It has a central metal eyebolt for hanging. Very few of these vintage signs were made in the late 1960s by Baladelli in Bologna and this one graced an American Lamborghini dealership from the late 1960s to the early 1970s.
A similar sign can be seen hanging in the Lamborghini Cafeteria right above the seated Valentino Balboni, circa 1972. As well, in Chris Harvey’s book “A Collectors Guide – The Lamborghinis” there is one on page 40. You can also see an identical one hanging in the Lamborghini factory window and again at the Geneva Auto Show on page 101 in the same book, behind a Urraco and a Miura.
Ferrari electric scooter limited edition
Ferrari electric scooter. Inflatable front tire, lateral stand, 38" high (97 cm high)