Three nations army: 1952 Alfa Romeo 1900C Cabriolet by Pininfarina

It’s an Alfa Romeo, it’s rare, it’s convertible, it’s a barn find: each of these four elements, taken alone, is worthy of consideration, let alone if taken all together. As for the history of this car, we literally report the seller’s description which is detailed and clarifying: “The first recorded owner of this Pinin Farina… Read More Three nations army: 1952 Alfa Romeo 1900C Cabriolet by Pininfarina

Ground zero: 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce

In relation to nuclear explosions and other large bombs, ground zero (also called surface zero) is the point on the Earth’s surface closest to a detonation: this definition is plausibly associated with this Spider Veloce 750 of which very little remains. Well, at least the bodywork is visible in all its nakedness and, let’s face… Read More Ground zero: 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce

The other side: 1962 NSU/Fiat 500 Coupé by Weinsberg

Over the past few decades, a car built on a versatile platform was subject to many variations, limited only by the imagination of the designers. Even the Fiat 500, in its “D” version, had its own interpretations and among these was that of the NSU through the vision of the Weinsberg workshops: two versions were… Read More The other side: 1962 NSU/Fiat 500 Coupé by Weinsberg

UK joins US: 1959 Austin Healey 3000 “Banshee” by FiberFab

We have already spoken in many past articles of the fiberglass era between the mid-50s and the mid-70s: in this period FiberFab was one of the leading companies. In fact, it has created kits for many models: in the past we have published one of these kits, the “Banshee”, installed on the chassis and engine… Read More UK joins US: 1959 Austin Healey 3000 “Banshee” by FiberFab