1946 - 1949
Officine Precisione e Stampaggio, Turin.
The Opes Ninfea was quite a grown-up project, a Ford-inspired 2-door saloon car with a light alloy underbody joined in unit with the main body. The front suspension was independent by lower wishbones and upper transverse arms, with swing rear axles. A 3-cylinder air-cooled alloy-head radial engine, initially of 702cc but later 784cc, drove the front wheels.
Source: The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile