Arnolt 218

Arnolt 218 was the prototype roadster displayed at the 1952 Turin Automobile Show.

The whereabouts of this prototype or its survival are unknown.

Available Info for Arnolt 218






Convertible 4401


state unknown

country unknown

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Factory steel

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ASD list #2 shows this car was supplied with a radio. This c ar and car 219 show early, prototype bumpers.

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Additional Information

According to Arnolt's Vessel Lists, this convertible arrived in Chicago on the SS Exton in 7/52 with prototype coupe 219, and was sold to Wayne VanDyne on 12/1/54, invoice 1787 (for different spellings of name, see above). Illustrated on the cover of Motorsport Magazine, April, 1953. The two (possibly three?) prototypes are identifiable by the body crease that kicks up on the rear fender, while production cars kick up 2/3rds of the way down the door.

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