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The first Baume et Mercier table clock, inspired by its latest classic Clifton collection, realized exclusively for Passione Engadina.Passione Engadina Special Edition Price under requestBiografia di un grande italiano del NovecentoAiming to compete with Volkswagen's Beetle and Renault's 4CV, Fiat introduced the Seicento compact car in 1955 and at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1956 Fiat launched the Multipla variant, literally meaning "multiple". Offered in a variety of two-tone color combinations, the stylish shape has a tall greenhouse with paper-thin pillars providing excellent 360-degree visibility. It's fuel efficiency, inexpensive entry costs, reliability, and surprising utility made the 600 Multipla a popular family car, small business runabout and taxi. Still undeniably Italian, the 600 600 Multipla is a simple one-box shape more akin to a micro van than the compact car it's based on. The model is faithful to the original and produced for the 8th edition of Passione Engadina. Collection model, scale 1:43 - 300 models produced.Fiat Abarth 1000 Berlina corsa Gr.5 4h Monza 1968 Arturo Merzario #18 - The Fiat Abarth 1000 was born in 1962 with a displacement of 982, 216 cc and 66 hp of power to undergo numerous evolutions until 1970. In 1968 the power reached up to 93 hp and thanks to their high speed (about 200 km / h), the 1000s gave to the Scorpione a perfect class victory. The model is faithful to the original and produced for the 5th edition of Passione Engadina. Collection model, scale 1:43 - 300 models produced.Immagini di una Vita Gilles Villeneuve A life in picturesErcole Colombo - Photographer Text by Pino AlleviMaserati 250F Scuderia Centro Sud G.P. Italia 1957 Masten Gregory #26 - Designed for maximum formula, the 250F is among the longest-lived cars ever built. This model competed in the F1 championship from 1954 to 1960 winning the championship with Fangio in 1957 and winning 8 victories. 11 Maserati 250F participated at the G.P. Italy in 1957 among which two were entered by the Scuderia Centro Sud. The car had a tubular chassis and mounted a 6-cylinder 2490 CC engine but a 12-cylinder version was also made and a little known aerodynamic version to participate in the GP of Italy in 1955 that was run in Maranello on the high-speed ring. The model is faithful to the original and produced for the 3rd edition of Passione Engadina. Collection model, scale 1:43 - 300 models produced.