Forgotten Classic: Alfa Romeo T10 Autotutto
They can even make a campervan look beautiful
Alfa Romeo can make beautiful pieces of art and the Alfa Romeo T10 Autotutto takes the cake here. Autotutto actually means "all purpose" and is considered Alfa's first ever commercial vehicle with left-hand drive.
It was unveiled at the Turin Motor Show in 1954. After that many other models were made which included other campervans and pickup trucks.
The T10 in particular didn't have a exact engine type. You could have gotten a 1-litre or 3-litre four-cylinder engine that would later be used in the Giuletta.
Even if it only got 35 bhp from it could still pack a top speed of 60 mph. If that didn't float your boat you could have a diesel two-cylinder supercharged engine that could produce only 30 hp.
They can sell for quite a lot though if you want one of these. One of them once sold for $72,000 at Bonhams auctions. After 1956 which was the end of the production for this model many other versions continued to be made such as the Alfa Romeo F12 and F11.