Classic Virus List: #refactor

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“Complicating is easy, simplifying is difficult” (Bruno Munari, designer, artist) After one year from the go-live of classicviruslist.com some improvements were needed and so we made them. From the base user point of view they’re all about increasing the speed and … Continue reading

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Red bae: 1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT

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Most of the Craigslist ads published by private sellers are tipically very short, with few photos and missing a lot of details about the item for sale: the ad related to this Giulia Sprint GT is the exception to that … Continue reading

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Mystery car: 1965 Maserati “Mexico prototype” by Vignale

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Here it comes another mystery car: an hybrid between  5000 GT and a Mexico; maybe closer to the last one but it carries the chassis number of the “noble” 5000 GT. The seller explains which is the origin of this … Continue reading

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Two without top: 1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTC

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The Giulia Sprint GT was designed by Bertone in the coupé version, the GTC however, was given to Touring coachworks in order to make of it an open version. This operation wasn’t actually liked by many, maybe because this Giulia Sprint … Continue reading

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Drive the dolphin: 1964 Porsche 356C Coupé

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There are many Porsche 356 for sale, in any condition and with prices which range from few bucks (for a late car wreck without engine) to one million and even more. Few have a correct price/condition ratio and even fewer … Continue reading

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Sky blue: 1965 Willys Interlagos A108 Cabriolet

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Once we said that our goal is to spot the most interesting classic cars all around the world, and sometimes we succeed even spotting cars in the south of the world. This car indeed was built in Brazil thanks to … Continue reading

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A distinctive badge: 1967 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint Conrero

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This 2600 Sprint is speculated to have been tuned by Conrero (does he need to be introduced to anyone?) and it actually wears some Conrero badge. Of course the doubt is clear: apart from some nice enamel badges which can … Continue reading

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Yellow winter: 1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce

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This 1967 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce is painted in, probably, one of the most sought after color: the Ochre Yellow – “Giallo Ocra” – is an absolute classic on these cars. The seller says that this car has still the … Continue reading

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No reserve: 1967 Lancia Flavia Coupé 1.8

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This Lancia Flavia Coupé was originally painted in Silver with “Baseball glove leather” interiors, as the seller says. Apart from the definition, that’s a nice color combo. It’s an italian delivered car (there’s still the original Lancia dealer window sticker … Continue reading

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Italian connection: 1967 Ika Torino 380 Coupé by Pininfarina

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We guess that most of you have never seen this car, and indeed we neither did, at least until a couple of years ago when we spotted one for sale in Argentina. In 1962, the management of the argentinian Kaise … Continue reading

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Hen’s teeth: 1955 Fiat 1100 Gran Turismo by Viotti

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Here it is a very rare car. It belongs to the big family of the coachbuilt Fiat 1100-103 build during the fifties, an obscure but very fascinating story. This is called “Gran Turismo” (as the badges on the front fenders … Continue reading

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