Tag Archives: 1964

The plastic side: 1964 Autobianchi Stellina DB 100

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This small spider produced for two years by Autobianchi was in fact the first Italian series car (small series) with the fiberglass body.   Unfortunately the Italians were very wary of this material that they called simplistically as “plastic” and, … Continue reading

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Protein cure: 1964 Sunbeam Tiger

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The intent of many car builders during the 60s and 70s was to build beautiful, powerful but not overly expensive cars, and there was only one way to achieve this. In fact, the solution consisted of coupling a European body, … Continue reading

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One owner biancospino: 1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT

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This Giulia Sprint GT is one of the first produced (actually the production began in mid-1963) and it seems that, apart from the seller, it has had only one owner in its life. We did not understand if the current … Continue reading

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What are these pipes for on the ground?

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Age brings with it wisdom, it is used to say, and in this case wisdom is love for vintage cars. The wise man who deals with this short film has found this model of Ghia 1500 GT on sale, bought … Continue reading

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Big six: 1964 Lancia Flaminia 2.8 Convertibile by Touring

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This Flaminia Convertibile (chassis # 826.134.1098) has a 2.8 liter matching numbers engine with three carburetors: this means that it is one of the 180 built with this configuration and, consequently, the most sought after Lancia Cabriolet after the Aurelia. … Continue reading

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Balls and squirrels: 1964 Porsche 356 C Coupé

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This Porsche 356 C wreck was a car that ran regularly on the streets of California, then, for some years, it has become the home of a squirrel. The seller says that this squirrel is willing to leave his home … Continue reading

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Hardtop equipped: 1963 René Bonnét Le Mans Cabriolet

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It has happened sometimes to write an article about a René Bonnét Le Mans and, whenever we find one for sale, especially a cabriolet, we will do it again, just because we like this car. Indeed, despite not having the … Continue reading

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Autumn stash: Two 1964 Sabra GT Coupé

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In the past we have published articles on the Sabra Roadster because they were the only ones we found on sale: this time it is a coupe, or rather, two coupes. These two Sabra are not only the same model … Continue reading

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Restoration package: 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint

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This early 2600 Sprint is a barn find which, as you easily can see, needs a total restoration, however the seller says that, despite its look, the car is solid underneath. Floors are indeed the are which mostly worries every … Continue reading

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Sperimentale: 1964 Abarth Monomille

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This Abarth called “Monomille” – the name is for “mono”, that is the single camshaft, and “mille” that is 1,000 c.c. displacement – is said to be an experimental car, and the first owner was Abarth & C. So the … Continue reading

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