1946 Cisitalia 202 CMM

In case you were wondering, the "CMM" stands for Coupe Mille Miglia, the Italian endurance this 1946 Cisitalia 202 CMM was built for. It was entered into the 1948 contest by the factory team and piloted by Piero Tarrufi and Domenico Rabbia, then spent decades in a Japanese collection. The car itself is based on Cisitalia's 202, with an advanced chassis and modified Fiat mechanicals, but the car's most notable feature is its streamlined coachwork, designed by Giovanni Savonuzzi, engineered by Dante Giacosa, and built by the legendary Alfredo Vignale. Coming up for sale at Pebble Beach, the first time it will ever have been available for public auction.

Photos: Mike Maez / Gooding & Company

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