He and his brother, Gino Fantuzzi were famous for their affiliation with Maserati, where they got involved in building the Maserati A6 GCS (44 built 1953-5), Maserati 350S and Maserati 200S. Later, Medardo worked for Ferrari (until 1966), known for building the Pininfarina-penned Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Spyder Fantuzzi (1961); the workshop also did one-off Ferrari 250 GTE and a Ferrari 330. Fantuzzi also built, in the early 1960s, an OSCA Barchetta 1500cc 372FS for one of their mechanics.
Medardo's Carrozzeria Fantuzzi designed the bodywork for the one-off Ferrari that Terence Stamp drove in Federico Fellini's "Spirits of the Dead" motion picture.
- Nunzia Manicardo, Medardo Fantuzzi Archived 2007-09-30 at the Wayback Machine from motorvalley.it
- The Maserati A6 Part II from maserati-alfieri.co.uk
- 53 Barchetta Archived 2007-04-30 at the Wayback Machine from 53barchetta.com
- Maserati Tipo 200SI from maserati-alfieri.co.uk
- Ferrari Racing Archived 2006-08-11 at the Wayback Machine from extractando.com
- Ferrari 330 GT Fantuzzi from classicdriver.de
- Marcel Massimi, Cavalino Classic XII Archived 2007-10-08 at the Wayback Machine from ferrariownersclub.co.uk
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