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Unpainted: 1963 Ford Falcon Futura Sprint Convertible

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A very long name for a car that, in spite of what one might imagine, is quite rare. In fact this medium-sized car (for the American market of the time, of course, since it is only “4.6” / 181 in. … Continue reading

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A different vision: 1953 Fiat 1100/103 Coupé by Allemano

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We are not new to this particular variation of the legendary Fiat 1100/103, which for years has been the blank canvas on which many coachbuilders – not only Italian – have realized their vision. One of these, indeed one of … Continue reading

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Pilot’s car: 1950 Lancia Aurelia B50 by Vignale

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It is not unusual to find a Lancia Aurelia, built in the immediate post-war period, which has a special body, and this car is an example. Obviously, “it is not unusual” does not mean that you can find one at … Continue reading

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Mystery car: 1952 Patriarca 750 Sport?

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Today there is a task to be carried out: to understand which car it is, and who made it. It seems that this barchetta, which at first sight appears to be a Giaur 750, has nothing in common with the … Continue reading

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Rough one: 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Coupé by Pininfarina

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In recent years it has happened to find some Ferrari with a “250” unit capacity in poor condition, but in general it was the GTE model, never a Pininfarina. Obviously the first question that arises in the mind of every … Continue reading

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Far from home: 1950 Fiat 1100 ES Coupé By Pininfarina

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“Home” stands for Italy, of course, since it is very strange to see a rare Fiat 1100 ES in the United States, as the number of cars produced is really small. We do not believe that this car was sold … Continue reading

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In the spotlight: 1969 Intermeccanica Omega

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This Intermeccanica Omega is today in poor conditions, but once it was – literally – in the spotlight. In fact it seems that this is the Omega protagonist of the Intermechanical area at the New York Motor Show of 1969, … Continue reading

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Scrapyard survivor: 1953 Panhard X86 Berlinetta by Allemano

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If there’s one thing that drives us crazy, it’s the small sports berlinettas built in small series during the 40s and 50s. As we all know 80% of these cars were produced on a Fiat basis, but some were not, … Continue reading

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Optional title: 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint

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This Alfa is clearly a 2600 Sprint which, however, has lost a lot of sprint over the years. Today it is in such a condition that anyone who buys it must do so keeping in mind that there is nothing … Continue reading

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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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