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Carrozzeria Sports Cars

Carrozzeria Sports Cars was a niche carrozzeria in Modena, Italy, active in the 1960s. The company was founded by one-time Formula One driver, Piero Drogo, and it quickly began taking on small sports car and racing body orders from the manufacturers in that city. His bodies were used by Scuderia Serenissima and Bizzarrini, and his occasional work for Ferrari brought him some fame. Drogo and his Carrozzeria disappeared by the end of the decade.

Notable designs:
  • ASA 1000 GTC
  • Dino 166 P/206 SP
  • Dino 206 S
  • Ferrari 330 P2
  • Ferrari 330 P3
  • Ferrari 330 P4
  • Thomassima II
  • Ferrari 250 GT SWB Breadvan 1962
  • Ferrari 250 Drogo Speciale
  • Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 The 'Navarro'
  • Ferrari 'Nembo'
  • Bizzarrini P538
  • Maserati Tipo 151/3
  • Maserati Tipo 154
  • De Sanctis SP1000
  • Iso Grifo A3C
  • Porsche 550 Spyder special
  • Aguzzoli Condor MK1