C & MM in the name of this particular vehicle stand for 'Coupe' and 'Mille Miglia', a prestigious 1000-mile open-road endurance race which took place in Italy from 1927.
Mille Miglia was a starting point for a lot of great engineers, designers - and great cars, of course.
This race gave birth to the Grand Turismo class - and the small red Fiat is a direct predecessor of the 50s and 60 small-volume GTs.
Here's some basic model specs (the main difference between our streamlined coupe and a standard family car is bodywork):
Mille Miglia, banned after a fatal 1957 accident at Guidizzolo, was revived in the 70s as Mille Miglia Storica, a major classic & vintage event. We can call a dieselpunk event, too.
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