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Entry level: 1968 Alfa Romeo 1750 GT Veloce

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This GTV, as many of you know, is one of the most sought-after Alfa Romeo models, in fact its value has tripled in less than ten years. This means that if ten years ago you had been offered this car … Continue reading

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City package: 1973 BMW 3.0 CSL

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This model was born because the will to build a lighter car to participate in the Touring championship was born in the minds of BMW managers. To do this, however, cars needed to be homologated for driving on the street, … Continue reading

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Racing pedigree: 1959 Abarth 750 Record Monza by Zagato

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  As we have already pointed out more than once, there are many Abarths dressed by Zagato around, but few have what really matters. What really matters is the “jewel” branded Abarth: an angry double overhead camshaft engine that, in … Continue reading

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Blue Alu: 1966 Lancia Fulvia Sport by Zagato

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We agree that the Fulvia Sport built by Zagato is not an extremely rare car, however if we talk about the first 200 specimens things change. This first batch of cars in fact had the bodywork entirely in aluminum and … Continue reading

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Gone in 35 Years: 1970 De Tomaso Mangusta

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What is sought in a classic car is, in addition to beauty and rarity, its compliance with the original production specifications: this Mangista should satisfy all three of these requirements. It appears that this Mangusta has been kept in a … Continue reading

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Parked, simply: 1957 Borgward Isabella

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Have you ever parked your car for 53 years? Someone did it because he bought a new car. In the past it happened – in southern Italy – that the wealthiest families did not trade-in the old car for a … Continue reading

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Blue Deuce: 1932 Ford Model B De Luxe Coupé

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We already know that this car will attract the interest of many Americans rather than Europeans. However there are some European countries, especially France and the countries of Scandinavia, where these cars are particularly appreciated, especially if they are very … Continue reading

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Wheeler Dealers: 1972 Lancia Fulvia Coupé

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I haven’t seen Wheeler Dealers lately, especially since Edd China is no longer in the cast. Surely moving the set to North Hollywood has been a marketing requirement in order to widen the program’s visibility and make the American audience … Continue reading

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Less cams: 1956 Porsche 356A Carrera 1500 GS Coupé

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This model, the Carrera 1500 GS, is the Holy Grail of the 356A Coupé family, but unfortunately it lacks something. And, unfortunately, that something that is missing is also the thing that differentiates it from the other “common” 356A: the … Continue reading

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Cheaper is harder/5: 1963 Lancia Flaminia GT Convertibile by Touring

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In fact it is just like the title says: it is very difficult that you can find another Convertible GT at this asking price. Above all then, since we speak not of a “normal” version, that is of a 2.5 … Continue reading

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