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Be green/3: 1963 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider by Touring

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Finally a Alfa Romeo Spider from the 1960s that is not painted red: that’s quite a rare thing, as most of you know well. Don’t get us wrong: we like red on a Spider, especially if it’s Alfa, but like … Continue reading

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In the middle: 1963 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider by Touring

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The biggest problem of a classic car enthusiast, regardless of which brand he is passionate about, is finding the right car at the right price. In fact, especially in the last 6-7 years, cars under driver conditions have practically become … Continue reading

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No stone unturned: 1960 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider by Touring

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Here is the other side of the coin. Just yesterday we reviewed a 2600 Spider which is an excellent starting point for a restoration, now we show you a restored, at the highest level. The car we deal with is … Continue reading

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Two tops and wire wheels: 1965 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider by Touring

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It is no secret that the quotations of the “big spiders” Alfa of the sixties have reached very high prices, but fortunately there is still some possibility of finding one at an acceptable cost. Especially if this car is well … Continue reading

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Half done: 1959 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider by Touring

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Maybe not halfway, but we can still say that a good part of the work was done on this 2000 Spider. In fact, the work on the body, which alone makes up almost half of the cost of restoring a … 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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Full size: 1965 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider by Touring

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Today the equation to find the value of a car to be restored is simple: take the same well-restored car, subtract the average cost of restoration and here is the price. Also in this case this equation has certainly been … 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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Time capsule: 1961 Maserati 3500 GT by Touring

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10,900 kms (6,773 miles) is what can be read on the odometer of this survivor Maserati 3500 GT (fed by carburetors) which is said to be parked since 1966. Not bad at all. Now, of course, we can’t say if … Continue reading

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One-eyed: 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTC

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Ok, actually this GTC built by touring has one headlight only installed but the other one is in the trunk, alng with many other parts. At least you haven’t to worry about purchasing a new Carello unit. We guess that … Continue reading

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