This 1900 Zagato SS (Super Sprint) is one of two 'double bubble' low nose cars built at the end of the 1956 production year. The car is powered by a 1,975 cc, twin-overhead-cam, in-line 4-cylinder engine producing 115 horsepower and capable of 112 mph. This 1956 Geneva show car was sold off the stand to a Swiss owner. It remained in Europe until it went to Japan as part of the Hyashi Collection.
The present owner purchased the car in 1995 and had it restored. They have driven it in the California Mille twice and the grueling Italian Mille Miglia. The car has been the recipient of numerous awards and appeared on numerous magazine covers.