Classic Virus List: #exchangeit

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Never stop, right? Then we have added a new feature to our portal. Basically, what often happens is that, as a classic car nut, after some time you are not satisfied anymore of your car and you want to sell … Continue reading

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Carrozzerie Speciali: 1948 Fiat 1100 B Trasformabile

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If it is true that we like the small Fiat Berlinetta built in the 40s and 50s, it is also true that the convertibles built in the same period have their dignity of publication. This is the case of this … Continue reading

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The manual one: 1973 Fiat 130 Coupé

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A Fiat 130 Coupé is not a common car even in Italy, let alone in the USA. And if this car has 57k miles and, last but not least, a manual gearbox, then it is a hen’s tooth. The seller … Continue reading

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Rusty & complete: 1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce

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If you had been offered this car ten years ago, what would you have answered? Probably “No thanks, not even for free”. However time passes, we become older as well as these cars, with the difference that while we are … Continue reading

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Unpainted: 1963 Ford Falcon Futura Sprint Convertible

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A very long name for a car that, in spite of what one might imagine, is quite rare. In fact this medium-sized car (for the American market of the time, of course, since it is only “4.6” / 181 in. … Continue reading

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A different vision: 1953 Fiat 1100/103 Coupé by Allemano

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We are not new to this particular variation of the legendary Fiat 1100/103, which for years has been the blank canvas on which many coachbuilders – not only Italian – have realized their vision. One of these, indeed one of … Continue reading

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Pilot’s car: 1950 Lancia Aurelia B50 by Vignale

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It is not unusual to find a Lancia Aurelia, built in the immediate post-war period, which has a special body, and this car is an example. Obviously, “it is not unusual” does not mean that you can find one at … Continue reading

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Mystery car: 1952 Patriarca 750 Sport?

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Today there is a task to be carried out: to understand which car it is, and who made it. It seems that this barchetta, which at first sight appears to be a Giaur 750, has nothing in common with the … Continue reading

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Rough one: 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Coupé by Pininfarina

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In recent years it has happened to find some Ferrari with a “250” unit capacity in poor condition, but in general it was the GTE model, never a Pininfarina. Obviously the first question that arises in the mind of every … Continue reading

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Far from home: 1950 Fiat 1100 ES Coupé By Pininfarina

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“Home” stands for Italy, of course, since it is very strange to see a rare Fiat 1100 ES in the United States, as the number of cars produced is really small. We do not believe that this car was sold … Continue reading

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In the spotlight: 1969 Intermeccanica Omega

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This Intermeccanica Omega is today in poor conditions, but once it was – literally – in the spotlight. In fact it seems that this is the Omega protagonist of the Intermechanical area at the New York Motor Show of 1969, … Continue reading

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