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Gilco bones: 1964 Fiat 1500 GT Coupé by Ghia

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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 … Continue reading

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Glasses all around: 1957 Alfa Romeo “Romeo 2°”

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The seller of this Alfa Romeo van calls it “vetrato” (“with glasses”) but that’s actually a Romeo 2° (II) which was the biggest van of Alfa Romeo offer. Before the F12, this was the one available both in two engine … Continue reading

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Highway mothership: 1969 Maserati Mexico

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Back at the end of the sixties, there were very few options to ride fast and confrortable in a four seater car: one of those was for sure the Maserati Mexico. Expensive to buy and to maintain (other than to … Continue reading

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American aluminium: 1951 Nash Healey LeMans

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Before the Chevrolet Corvette there was no american sports car but the Nash Healey Le Mans, built thanks to a joint venture between the refigrator maker Kelvinator, and the british automaker Donald Healey. The joint venture with a british company … Continue reading

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Restyling attempt: 1961 Porsche 356 B T6 Coupé by Ghia-Aigle

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It’s hard to improve the job of a genius like Ferdinand Porsche, even if who wants to improve it is another genius like Giovanni Michelotti. Indeed the result is quite odd but not beautiful. This Porsche 356 T6 coupé, the … Continue reading

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British Racing Green: 1991 Alfa Romeo Spider 2000

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This model is, in our humble opinion, the best spider built by Alfa Romeo since the 1966 Duetto and we think we’re not alone in believing that even for today standars it still remains beautiful. Of course the problem with … Continue reading

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Italian hot rod: 1965 Fiat 2300S Coupé

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This car has been bought a couple of years ago by its actual seller (whose name is clearly italian) in Italy, shipped to NJ and then repainted: indeed the car was once yellow. The car is set up as a … Continue reading

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Do it in style: 1950 Fiat 1400 Hearse

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That’s not the very first time we publish an article about a “classic hearse”, but that’s for sure the first time we see one of these cars derived from a Fiat 1400, probably the only one in existence. Italian classic … Continue reading

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Less is more: 1958 Fiat “Nuova 500”

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A Fiat 500 could not seem such an extraordinary editorial choice as there are plenty of them for sale around the world. It’s basically a commodity, unless we’re talking about a very early “Nuova 500” like this one. Indeed this … Continue reading

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Floors and top: 1959 Porsche 356A T2 Cabrio

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We agree with the seller of this 356 A Cabrio (chassis #151513) about the fact that while Speedsters and Convertible D are often on the market while that’s not the same for the A Cabrio: this is one of the … Continue reading

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