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 it and restored it, and in the meantime discovered that the first owner was Tonino… Read More What are these pipes for on the ground?
This very rare (unique, actually) small spider was built using a Gilco tubular frame and dressed by Zagato. You will not see many others like this around, that’s for sure. Indeed, this car belongs to the large family of special cars that were built to order by wealthy drivers who were planning to participate in… Read More One of one: 1951 Gilco 205 MM by Zagato
This car was not built by Fiat but by Ghia which used indeed the Fiat engine, gearbox and suspensions but not the chassis: this one was designed by Gilco, an italian company specialized in building lightweight tubular frames. Less than 1,000 cars like this were made as these were not sold by the official Fiat… Read More Gilco bones: 1964 Fiat 1500 GT Coupé by Ghia
I remember to have seen this car in my literature, along whith other one-off Alfa Romeo, and I often wondered what happened to them. Well, this one is here, still beautiful even in these conditions. It’s a one off car with a body crafted with aluminium by Riva, a shop near Como, Italy, not as known… Read More Forgot masterpiece: 1949 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 by Riva
This car is one relic of the endless number of prototypes built in Italy during the fourties and the fifties. This particular car can boast two important name of the business: Gilco and Zagato. There are some sources which clearly testify that this car has been actually built using a Gilco tubolar chassis: the factory… Read More One just: 1951 Gilco-Fiat 1100 by Zagato