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Surely you need this Lancia-powered one-off Fiat Barchetta in your life

The Stola Dedica was made in 1996 by the Italian metallurgical and engineering specialist Stola, a company that has been busy making prototypes for the car industry since 1919. Operating out of a former Fiat plant, Stola merged into the Metec Group in 2014, roughly a decade after building the mighty Maybach Exelero. Powered by a 690-horsepower twin-turbo V-12, this DaimlerChrysler concept was actually commissioned by Fulda, a German subsidiary of Goodyear wishing to test high-performance tires using the most outrageous show car it could think up. 


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