Most people don’t know it, but in the mid-1950s, Alfa Romeo introduced a van dubbed the Autotutto to its line-upand now, one is up for sale through Gooding & Company. This particular Autotutto is a series 2 model and has a Scuderia-inspired dark red paint scheme and prominent branding across the exterior. It is dripping with appeal and is expected to sell for between $60,000 and $80,000.
The Alfa Romeo Autotutto featured a versatile platform that allowed the Italian car manufacturer to offer it with a host of different body configurations. While the listing fails to mention any mileage details about this particular example, it has clearly been well cared for and the exterior shows no signs of obvious damage.
It is a similar story in the cabin. Found up front are ‘Romeo’ stamped front door panels, a simple three-spoke steering wheel, and a cream-colored dashboard with classic circular gauges and switches. The Autotutto also features blue leather across the seats. The second and third rows consist of simple bench seats with blue leather and steel arm rests painted white.
The listing reveals that the car has been stored in Southern California since 2016 and will be sold with an owner’s manual, sales brochure, ladder, jack, spare tire, and a copy of the Italian Libretto.