The FIAT Torpedo is a car that made history in 1939.
Throughout World War II, the Torpedo chauffeured some of the worst guys to ever come out of Western Europe.
Guys like Germany’s Adolph Hitler, Italy’s Benito Mussolini and Spain’s General Franco.
After the war, the open air four door FIAT was used by the first prime ministers of Italy, Einaudi and De Nicola and remained in the garage at the Quirinale palace until 1963.
The Torpedo is going to the highest bidder at the International Auction House, COYS in Monaco.
This 1960’s limousine would be the perfect addition to any WWII nut’s collection, starting bid: $377,000.