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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Chariot of Gods: 1965 Apollo 5000 GT Coupé

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Just a few days ago we published an article on three Apollos that will be auctioned next August, but this one (chassis #1060) is not in concours conditions and is for sale. The seller says that the engine is the … Continue reading

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Check if it fits: 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO steering wheel

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Nope, we could not absolutely miss the opportunity to publish this object which is said to be, no less, the original steering wheel mounted on the Ferrari 250 GTO chassis #3851GT, a car belonged for 45 years to the italian … Continue reading

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Red shift: 1985 Innocenti Mini De Tomaso Turbo

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No, I didn’t go crazy for publishing this car, rather I’m nostalgic because as a child I was often in the passenger seat of a car like this (a white one, though). The car in question was most likely imported … Continue reading

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Chip blue: 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce

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This Giulietta Sprint has been on sale for quite a few days and is observed by many people, yet it is still there. We will not in fact comment on the model that everyone knows, rather there are considerations to … Continue reading

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Rest in pieces/3: 1970 De Tomaso Mangusta

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Few Mangusta were produced – about 400 – and obviously a lot less survive: this is a representative of those survived, unknown until today. Unknown since it seems that this de Tomaso has been locked in a garage since 1976, … Continue reading

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Approved by the son: 1955 Lancia Aprilia “Mille Miglia” Barchetta by OSA (recreation)

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OSA was the acronym of Officina Specializzata Automobili, a workshop in Naples (Italy) specialized in tuning standard cars, during the 50s and 60s. This workshop was founded by Agostino Accadia who, besides being a mechanic, was also a car driver … Continue reading

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Tilting bumper: 1972 De Tomaso Deauville

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We have to admit that, although it is not the first time I see a De Tomaso Deauville, I have only now noticed an interesting detail. The detail in question concerns the opening of the engine hood: if you look … Continue reading

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One’s enough: 1962 Lancia Flaminia Coupé by Pininfarina

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It is not certain that, to cars that are potentially interesting, correspond also ads with detailed descriptions, and this is precisely the case with this Pininfarina Flaminia Coupé. But there is more (indeed, less): in addition to an extremely brief … Continue reading

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The green barchetta: 1955 Microplas Toledo

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We seem to have already published – a few years ago – a small barchetta similar to this one, red in color, but we didn’t know it with the name Microplas. This company was founded in 1954, also taking advantage … Continue reading

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Smaller is harder: 1948 Siata 500 Sport Barchetta

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In fact we believe it is difficult to find a car (not born as a microcar) smaller than this barchetta, strictly red as the regulation of the time established. The reason for this smallness is simple: this boat was built … Continue reading

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