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The pale blue twin: 1955 Moretti 1200 Sport

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The seller claims that this is one of the two Moretti 1200 Sport built: a few years ago we certainly saw his twin for sale in the USA: the car in that case was painted dark blue. This specimen, on … Continue reading

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Twin mouths: 1957 Alfa Romeo 1900C Super Sprint by Touring

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No car is custom-proofed, and this 1900 CSS is further proof of this factual reality, an even stronger reality in the 50s and 60s. As is evident, in fact, the front of this car ( chassis #AR1900C*10306) has been modified: … Continue reading

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On the shelf: 1957 Simca Coupé De Ville

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The Simca produced between the late 1940s and the late 1950s have always been the subject of our consideration because, simply, they are beautiful cars. Maybe they will not be rockets (in any case, very few cars of that period were) … Continue reading

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Due diligence: 1967 Abarth 1000 TC

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This may not even be a real Abarth 850 or 1000 TC (we are not sure, a thorough check must be done) but it remains an interesting project. The interest is given by the accessories that this car mounts: they … Continue reading

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French oddball: 1967 Sovam 1100 VS

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Although this car is rare and, basically, unknown to most people – even to classic cars enthusiasts – this is not the first Sovam we publish. As already mentioned here, Sovam was founded in France in 1930 and specialized in … Continue reading

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Two for one: 1967 Sunbeam Tiger

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There are basically three ways to approach a classic car: buy one in perfect condition, buy a driver to whom you will plan all the necessary chores, or buy a wreck and arrange it according to your wishes. Certainly the … Continue reading

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‘Vette under the skin: 1955 Woodill Wildfire

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Among the various manufacturers who built fiberglass bodies between the 50s and 70s, there was also B.R. “Woody” Woodill a Willys dealer from Downey, California. He started to build two specials, one for him and one for a customer, the … Continue reading

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The strange sister: 1969 VW-Porsche 914/6 “Murene” by Heuliez

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It is not a novelty that we love to see today classic cars which we did not even know existed on the contrary, we believe that most of you did not know it. Unless you have visited the Porsche Museum … Continue reading

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Triple black: 1952 Nash-Healey Roadster by Pininfarina

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One of the best children of the Italian-American collaboration was certainly the Nash Healey, especially in the roadster version.   As you can imagine, this is also a rare model as around 150 have been built (although we know how … Continue reading

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V12 roots: 1942 Lincoln Zephyr 3 Window Coupé

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It is said that only 5 of these cars produced in 1942 still survive: we do not know if this is correct but even if the real number was ten times higher, it would still be a super rare car. … Continue reading

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