There are Internet sources showing images of cars created by Stabilimenti Farina in period photos, and I used some of those images for the gallery show below. The subject car for these custom bodies was the Ferrari 166 Inter, the firm's first model intended for street use.
My impression is that these late-period Stabilimenti Farina designs are mainstream examples of what I consider the Golden Decade of Italian coachbuilding. Clean, functional envelope bodies with just enough sculpting and ornamentation to provide interest to what otherwise might be functional drabness. But these examples seem to lack the spark that competing firms such as Pinin Farina, Vignale, Bertone, Touring and others were offering. Giovanni Farina's designs seem tired, as perhaps was Giovanni himself.