Humphreys’ car: 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint

The fact that most Italian classic cars are red is nothing more than a myth built over the years, a myth that has a precise origin. The myth is linked to the fact that until the 1960s, road cars that participated in official races had to have colors established by regulations: red for the Italians,… Read More Humphreys’ car: 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint

Surviving raven: 1968 Ford Mustang GTA 390 Fastback

Technically speaking, this Mustang GTA is a one-of-a-kind specimen. Clearly its uniqueness is due to a combination of features testified by its Marti Report. Let’s start with the fact that, Marti Report aside, this GTA looks like a real survivor, a car that has never been restored and arrived intact to us: the seller says… Read More Surviving raven: 1968 Ford Mustang GTA 390 Fastback

Triple black: 1952 Nash-Healey Roadster by Pininfarina

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 difficult it is to know the exact numbers, especially for smaller manufacturers), and far fewer… Read More Triple black: 1952 Nash-Healey Roadster by Pininfarina