The french italian: 1968 Simca 1200S Coupé by Bertone

Pininfarina is certainly the best known Italian coachbuilder in the world, and certainly not without merit, but in our opinion Bertone was the one who “dared” most of all. By “daring” we mean that Bertone has always been the one who designed the bodywork with that extra inspiration that you would not expect, with solutions… Read More The french italian: 1968 Simca 1200S Coupé by Bertone

Orange racer: 1957 Porsche 356 A Speedster

There are classic cars whose value goes beyond the classification of year, make and model, and this happens because they carry something objectively irrelevant but emotionally important. On the other hand, if you study economics at university, they will teach you the concept of the “rational consumer” which describes the individual acting out of self-interest… Read More Orange racer: 1957 Porsche 356 A Speedster

Open top: 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTC by Touring

It’s Touring, but it’s not Superleggera. Indeed, this GT was probably a few tens of kilos heavier than the coupe from which it was derived. As already mentioned other times, this version had been entrusted to Touring for the conversion to Cabriolet and the consequent reinforcement of the body to be done professionally and with… Read More Open top: 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTC by Touring