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The Lombardi Grand Prix is made in two different types. The differences are very small, but are rather good recognizable. I can't give you an accurate timeline. The typecasting "Tipo I" and "Tipo II" is made up by me.

Item Tipo I Tipo II
Sidewindow Three: one on top and two beneath Two: one small ventwindow and one "normal"
Doors Polyester (?) Steel
Gauges Black an white chequred background Black background
Gearshifter Bended. Position on the central tunnel is equal to the Fiat 850 Straight. Positon on the central tunnel is placed backwards
Engine compartment lid Standard Fiat 850 (?) 5 louvres to improve the cool airflow
License plate light One, straight above the license plate Two, on both sides of the license plate

De Lombardi Grand Prix is produced between 1968 and 1972. The precise number is unknown, but I guess it's somewhere between 1000 and 10000. I really don't know whethter this is realistic or not.


There are three different salesbrochures about the Lombardi Grand Prix. There is also a sort of sheet with the technical details of the car. Beneath are the ones I found until now.

Front Back Four languages (Italian, French, English and German ). There is a small piece missing, but the original one is missing, so I had to use a fotocopy.
Front Inside, left page Inside, right page Single language. There is at least an Italian, French and Dutch version.
Frontpage Inside Backside Text Single language. Only this version in French is known to me.
Technical data (English) Technical data (Italian) Single language sheet with technical data. Only these two versions in English and Italian are known to me. The Italian version is sent to me by Paolo. Thank you!


The Lombardi Grand Prix has been the subject for a few articles.

There are also a few offical documents i.e. the FIA homologation and the approval of the car by the Italian Government. Paolo Carima sent them to me. Thanks!


The following pictures are found on the Internet. The number of pictures is growing, so now you only see thumbnails. Just click on one and the full image will appear.

Yellow one from salesbrochure This picture can be found on a salesbrochure. The picture is taken somewehere in the fields around Vercelli, Lombardi's place of business. Red with headlights Here you see the weak point of its looks: the headlights....
Red one with nosejob This one is a real mystery. The nose is very unusual and look at the Abarth badge at the grille..... I think it's one that is used in rallies (AlItialia sticker) Who knows? Black/white, company premises This picture is probably from a pressrelease. The picture is taken somewhere on the company premises. Compare i.e. the fence with the one on other pictures.
Black one, right hand drive Another rare one. A right-hand driven, one of perhaps 7 or 8.
Grand Prix Rallye According to Wilfried Hundhausen a team took part in The Rallye of Monte Carlo in 1970 or 1972 with a Lombardi Grand Prix. Here are some pictures of a Lombardi in action. Grand Prix Rallye AGrand Prix in "full swing".

The Monza is the targa-variation of the Grand Prix. There are at least two made, like the following picture of the Turin Motorshow of 1970 shows. I don't know whether there is one sold to a customer or not.

Zwart/wit, Monza op Motorshow The picture of the Turin Motorshow showing two Grand Prix and two Monza's. It is sent to me by Mavis Walters. Thanks! Targa named Monza This is one of the cars on the Turin Motorshow in color.
Silhouette of the Monza (black/white) The Monza has a nice silhouette, hasn't it? Paolo sent me a copy. Thanks! Monza in black/white Another picture of the Monza.
Monza with hardtop (black/white) The Monza with a hardtop! I don't know whether I like it or not... Thanks again to Paolo for the copy.


Here you will find some links to sites which might help you finding some parts especially for the Lombardi Grand Prix. For generally available parts please look at the parts section of the Link-page.

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