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275 GTS, the last of Forghieri’s work on a Ferrari production-model car

  Just before the mid-sixties,  the Ferrari  Manufacturer marked a turning point to the technology of production  models ,  improving… [read more]

Posted on 8 May 2013

FERRARI 250 Berlinetta “SWB”: myth and fascination

    Difficult to decide whether Ferrari 250 Berlinetta is more famous for its breathtaking line or for its absolute… [read more]

Posted on 8 May 2013

When the Stratos-Alitalia made us dream during rallies

  At least since the end of the  1970s,  racing cars – above all those derived from production models – … [read more]

Posted on 3 May 2013

The adventurous life of FIAT 8V Vignale

  Elegant  but  Spartan.   There have been ten FIAT 8Vs built by Alfredo Vignale and the example bearing chassis number… [read more]

Posted on 3 May 2013

Pinin Farina’s first time design for Rolls Royce

  The car belonged to an aristocratic Neapolitan, Demetrio Imperiali,  who lived  in Budapest in the 1930s.  He was the… [read more]

Posted on 24 April 2013

An Isotta Fraschini Type 8 already full of glory

 A real queen among cars of style of the 1920s,   Isotta Fraschini T8 designed by Castagna as   “torpedo sport”,  will… [read more]

Posted on 24 April 2013

From smuggling to Concours d’Elégance

A story of times gone by.  Times when the border between Trieste and Yugoslavia hid a world in some respects… [read more]

Posted on 29 April 2012

Ferrari 857 S: a racing car with the road in its soul

Around 1954 the line of the Ferrari sports cars shows more attention to a streamlined design. Streamlined cars with great… [read more]

Posted on 29 April 2012

An Alfa Romeo 8c 2300 with three passports

Famous mainly for the finish and fittings by Touring and Zagato,  Alfa Romeo  8C 2300 has also been “fitted out”… [read more]

Posted on 29 April 2012

A lifetime with Berlinetta “Tour de France”

Designed by Pinin Farina and constructed in Modena by Scaglietti, Ferrari  250 Berlinetta “Tour de France” had actually been presented… [read more]

Posted on 29 April 2012