Veracruz Terracotta Bust "Michel Vinaver collection". Spanish Import License.
Formula Fiat-Patriarca model 850, parked for years in a large car collection in central Italy. It has recently been restarted. The engine works well and does not smoke.
Clutch pump revised, brake master cylinder in working order. Water pump needs to be rechecked. New rims with new tyres (old rims had dents). Gearbox in good condition.
The car is in working order, but before putting it back on the track for competitive use, it obviously needs a full service.
Purchased directly from the builder and driver Bruno Patriarca with a notary deed.
Bruno Patriarca was also a sports car manufacturer registered in the Register of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers under number G11.
The car, as the manufacturer states in the purchase agreement, "has been used for a long time for testing in our workshop and as a practical vehicle on the Vallelunga circuit for certain customers and drivers, including De Cesaris and Maggiora"
The car has been continuously upgraded and modified in terms of materials, bodywork and suspension.
Patriarca referred to it as a "laboratory of ideas".
Of great collector's value, the purchaser is offered the possibility of using a high-performance historic model with a minimum of expense and maintenance, as it is equipped with a current Fiat engine and gearbox.
The car was signed by the manufacturer himself at the time.
It is delivered with the notary deed of sale of the manufacturer Patriarca, there is no other documentation.
It can be seen in Alba adriatica, Italy.