Australian delivered: 1949 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Sport Freccia d’Oro

We would never have thought that after World War II Alfa Romeo cars were also purchased in Australia, but evidently the brand’s coat of arms had also reached the other side of the world. This Freccia d’Oro was in fact delivered new in Australia, but it seems that little is known about the very first… Read More Australian delivered: 1949 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Sport Freccia d’Oro

Patina monster/2: 1949 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

This Caddy really fulfills the “patina” concept: it’s a survivor in stunnig conditions, especially when you think that it came out from the factory 68 years ago. The seller says that  this convertible is originally from Florida, and that it was bought from an older gentleman who had it for 30+ years in his Barn when… Read More Patina monster/2: 1949 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

Red, small, open: 1949 Siata Amica by Bertone

The “Amica”, a little cabrio built by Bertone coachworks, was built in two series: one based on the Fiat 500B chassis; the other, like this car here, on the Fiat 500C. As many cars of that era, this was the tentative to build a small “exotic” open car starting from an affordable and reliable chassis-mechanicals combo:… Read More Red, small, open: 1949 Siata Amica by Bertone