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Burgundy recreation: 1964 ISO A3C Replica

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Can’t you afford one of the very few ISO A3Cs built? There is no problem, here is a reply for you, a reply, we add, which seems very well done. We can indeed bet that this car is not a … Continue reading

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Green again: 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT

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A real “green start” this week, yesterday with a perfectly restored car, today with one to be restored completely (and even incomplete). Ladies and gentlemen here is a true classic Alfa Romeo, probably the “classic” Alfa after the Giulietta Spider, … Continue reading

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Actor’s yellow: 1970 Alfa Romeo 1750 GT Veloce

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Let’s continue with what has now begun as “Alfa Week” (and I think nobody has been sorry for this) with this 1750 GTV in color “Yellow Ocra” (Ocher Yellow), titled as 1970, but in fact is a ’69. This is … Continue reading

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Sunny shade: 1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 GT Veloce

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Whenever I find a 1750 GTV for sale at the same price as this, my thoughts go back to when, nine years ago, I sold mine at a third of that price. Moreover, the one who bought it told me … 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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Paddle style: 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT

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This Giulia Sprint GT was rebuilt taking inspiration from the GTs racing on the track 50 years ago, as well as from the cars built by Alfaholics, UK. It all started with a Giulia Sprint GT that was completely disassembled, … Continue reading

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Gunmetal green: 1961 Lancia Flaminia GT Coupé by Touring

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Of course, there is no Gunmetal Green color: the original color of this Flaminia Touring was Gunmetal Gray, covered at some point by an emerald-green paint that, all in all, is not bad. This model is one of the first … 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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Evolution of the species: 1970 Varela Andino GT

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After a few weeks we return to Argentina to find a very rare car: it was designed and built by Louis Varela and equipped with a Renault engine, transmission and suspension. Being a small producer, Varela appropriately decided that his … Continue reading

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1/70/325: 1958 Peerless GT

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This is another car born during the “fiberglass era” but it is not American but English, and like many cars handcrafted in England it is equipped with Triumph engine and transmission. This happened because, unlike the clichés, the engine and … Continue reading

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