Aston Martin wasn't the only company that Carrozzeria Zagato produced gorgeous sports car coachwork for in the 1950s. Zagato clothed fellow Italian automaker Fiat's high-performance "Otto Vu" coupe in their lines for a very limited run of 26 units. The 8V featured a two-liter V8 and came draped in beautiful lines as a prototype in 1952, and the Zagato-bodied units would win five Italian sports car championships later in the decade. This Zagato 8V was never raced in-period, although it did compete in vintage events through the 1970s. A light restoration has preserved the passage of time on the car while bringing it to a perfect mechanical state — ready to be driven as any sports car should.