Giuseppe Aprile

The car body builder Giuseppe Aprile, now almost forgotten, had his workshop in Savona, Italy. One of his most beautiful models was the Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS from 1931, which was originally produced by Zagato, and Aprile bought the car seven years later and fitted it with a superstructure based on drawings by Count Mario Revelli de Baumont. The result was a streamlined, flamboyant car in the style of the Alfa Romeo racing car.