Arnolt 218

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

If the prototype has survived, its location is not known.

Available Info for Arnolt 218

Chassis

TD10058

Engine

XPAG/TD2/LHX10415

Style

Convertible 4401

Location

state unknown

country unknown

Paint Color

Ivory

Upholstery Color

Brown

Wheels

Factory steel

Relevant Web Link(s)

Optional Extras

Note that this prototype car has a crease line that kicks up at the rear door edge, and prototype bumpers.

For privacy reasons ownership records are not displayed; please contact us if you’d like ownership history/current information on this vehicle.

Additional Information

According to the delivery ledger, prototype convertible 218 was shipped on the SS Exton with prototype coupe 219, received in Chicago in July, 1952 (no exact delivery date given). The original customer was XXXX (sold on December 1, 1954). Illustrated on the cover of Motorsport Magazine, April, 1953. The prototypes are identified by the body crease that kicks up on the rear fender, while production cars kick up 2/3rds of the way on the door.

We’d like to make this website as comprehensive as possible.
If you have additional information about this auto, please contact us!

View Other Arnolt MG Autos