inaugurated in Mauto, the National Automobile Museum of Turin, the exhibition-performance of the artist-builder Dario Pasqualiniwhich brought the historic Testadoro brand from Turin back to life.
Six months to rebuild the car
In six months’ time, the new Testadoro Essenziale model will be created under the eyes of the public, based on a German donor car with a front engine and rear-wheel drive. «Arte di Boita stages the unique creation of a car, a tribute to the creativity and technique of the Turin workshops of the 50s and 60s», explains Dario Pasqualini, who will be assisted in this creation by workers such as model builders and sheet metal workers. In an installation inspired by the workshops of the 1950s in the Autorino region, the artist shapes the volumes of the Testadoro Essenziale, a sporty berlinetta that can pay homage to the cars that made Italian style famous all over the world. worldwide.
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