Stanley H. Wacky Arnolt was an industrialist from Chicago who started importing foreign cars in the U.S. in the 1950s. The cars were hybrids, sold as American models but fitted with British mechanicals and Italian bodywork. Assembly, sales and distribution was generally done and operated in the U.S. After meeting with Bertone at the Turin Auto Show in 1952, Arnolt started cooperating with the Italian coachbuilder. The first model made was the Arnolt-MG, a four-seat model bodied by Bertone. 103 units of this classic were built between 1953 and 1954, 36 of which were convertibles. Three Arnolt Aston were built following the MG, also bodied by Bertone but Aston Martin stopped the production. Four additional Bertone Astons were commissioned at Arnolt’s request, 3 of which were roadsters and one coupe. Arnolt also worked with Bertone on a Bentley body with the chassis of a 1953 R Type Continental, and then on Bristol 404 series chassis.
If you’re looking to purchase a classic Arnolt-designed model such as the Arnolt-MG or one of the three Arnolt-Aston models made, The Beverly Hills Car Club team can be very helpful. The team is composed of friendly and knowledgeable classic car experts with an expertise of all models across the decades. Should you wish to learn more about Arnolt designs and the current market availabilities for the various models, the team will be happy to assist you. Moreover, their dealership has an impressive collection of classics of all makes and models, and the team is regularly adding new classics so check out their online inventory to find out about their current offers.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team enjoys and excellent reputation for good deals and top customer service. Be assured that the team will go the extra mile to make sure you find exactly what you’re looking for and make a good transaction in a hassle-free environment. Connect with a representative today to get started on your project.
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