Drawings Diego Serrano book SEAT 600 Special Bodies. Its history and its creators
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New book: SEAT 600 Special Bodyworks, is presented at Casa SEAT

The work of Pablo Murillo Barrionuevo, who has already published the book dedicated to the SEAT 800, will be presented at an event at Casa SEAT in Barcelona on Saturday, May 6. It will go on sale that same day.

The publication of a book on automotive history is always excellent news. If, in addition, the theme is related to the automobile in Spain, the joy is double. Both premises are fulfilled in this case, since Paul Murillo presents his new work, titled SEAT 600 Special Bodywork. Its history and its creators, with which he returns to the subject of derivatives of the 600. It is his second book, after the one dedicated to the SEAT 800, which has returned to reissue, as we told you recently.

Cover SEAT 600 Special Bodyworks. Its history and its creators

The book makes an exhaustive analysis of the history of cars with special bodies derived from the well-remembered SEAT 600. It covers from the first out-of-series examples with bodies after the start of marketing the “Six hundred” in 1957, to the latest models presented to the public. in 1982. Research on the designers and coachbuilders who used the 600 platform in our country to create all kinds of vehicles.

We talk about sports like the Conti 850 or the Nardi 750, convertibles like the Serra Roadster, commercials like the Siata Formichetta or beach like the Rany. All at a time when the national automobile offer was extremely limited and imports were reduced, which only made talent and imagination proliferate.

In short, Pablo Murillo's book is essential to understand the automotive panorama of Spain in the 50s, 60s and 70s. In addition, values ​​the efforts of those creators, whose works are currently coveted collector's items.


Published by UNO Editorial, its size is A4 (21 x 29,7 cm) and offset printing, with a glossy laminated chrome hardcover, square spine and white endpapers. Total, consists of 592 pages in full color, divided into 28 chapters and 4 annexes.

Drawings Diego Serrano book SEAT 600 Special Bodies. Its history and its creators

The work has been prefaced by Jaume Cabot, author of the book dedicated to Siata Española. Cover illustrations are from Jaén painter Diego Serrano Castillo. The price of the book is 35 euros and the benefits obtained from its sale will go entirely to two animal protectors.

Recall that Pablo Murillo (Barcelona 1984) is co-founder of the SEAT 800 Club of Spain. A hobby researcher, he has collaborated both in articles in the motoring press and in nationally broadcast television reports dedicated to SEAT cars.


SEAT 600 Special Bodywork. Its history and its creators will have a presentation to match. It will be at Casa SEAT next Saturday, May 6 at 12:00 noon. The address is Paseo de Gracia, 109, on the corner with Avenida Diagonal in Barcelona. Those who wish to attend can reserve their ticket through the following link.

CASA SEAT Invitation Book Derivatives 600

The book will go on sale that same May 6 and can be ordered on the website Paul Murillo.

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Written by Ivan Vicario Martin

I am lucky to have turned my passion into my way of earning a living. Since I left the Faculty of Information Sciences in 2004, I have been professionally dedicated to motor journalism. I started in the magazine Coches Clásicos in its beginnings, going on to direct it in 2012, the year in which I also took charge of Clásicos Populares. Throughout these almost two decades of my professional career, I have worked in all types of media, including magazines, radio, the web and television, always in formats and programs related to the engine. I am crazy about the classics, Formula 1 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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