Italian Classic Cars

Get alerted of new Italian finds:

Cheap Wheels Project? 1980 Alfa Romeo Spider

The Spider was one of Alpha Romeo’s most enduring nameplates, built in four generations from 1966 to 1994. It would be Alfa Romeo’s last rear-wheel-drive product until the mid-2000s. We don’t know much about this 1980 edition (2nd generation)… more»

Prance on Over: Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole

Four days from now, you could be living the Ferrari dream, if you go high enough on this 1984 Ferrari 308 GTS. It’s listed on ebay, with a current bid price of about $40 grand, and no reserve. That… more»

Huge Collection of True Barn Finds: Take a Browse

An actual barn. Full of barn finds. That’s what’s up for auction in this mega-sale. Three sets of lots total to 230+ cars, with the only proviso being that these cars are in the Netherlands. This tip comes to… more»

10K Original Miles: 1985 Ferrari 400i

Although the photos aren’t particularly great, the seller of this 1985 Ferrari 400i claims it is in mint condition with just 10,000 miles on the clock. This is an unusual find, as most time-capsule Ferraris are the most desirable… more»

Blue Chiaro Metallic: 1991 Ferrari 348 TS

There’s no such thing as a cheap Ferrari (well, there is, but it won’t be cheap for long), but there is a model that remains somewhat “affordable” if you’re a fan of the prancing horse. The Ferrari 348 is… more»

Fiat Family Affair-Her Version: 1979 Fiat X1/9

About a week back, we featured the story of a 1981 Fiat X1/9 in pristine condition that was the “his” part of a pair of cars.  That Fiat was in spectacular condition, and it spurred a bit of a… more»

Gotta Have It: 1979 Ferrari 308 GTS

This is just the most attractive Ferrari, ever. Please don’t argue with this statement, no matter how irrational, or at least unprovable, it is. I’ve wanted a red 308 GTS since you could get one of those for $25K…. more»

Family Affair-His Version: 1981 Fiat X1/9

Ever buy something for your significant other and decide that particular item is so nice that you need one too?  If so, was it a car?  Reader Pat L. has delivered to us not one but two Fiat X1/9s … more»

Collection Star: 1955 Lancia Aurelia B24 Spider America

A few weeks back, we profiled what many are calling one of the last great barn finds of our time. Dutchman Ad Palmen had accumulated a collection of 230 vehicles, many of them classic European marques with several desirable… more»

U-Assemble Project: 1968 Maserati Ghibli

Parts is parts, right? Well, if putting a puzzle together is your thing, here’s an opportunity in the form of a fairly rare 1968 Maserati Ghibli. We’re told that this one’s 90% complete so let’s check it out and… more»

Cheap Lambo? 1980 Provo Countach

If you hadn’t noticed, the original Lamborghini Countach has been white-hot in the collector car marketplace. While it has always been a valuable piece of kit, it seems like the numbers have taken flight in a way we’ve not… more»

One Of Only 764! 1982 Lancia Zagato

The last time I saw a Lancia Zagato, such as this 1982 example was probably in 1982! Lancia, a once proud marque, known for its sporting character, has all but disappeared from global automotivedom. Based on the Lancia Beta… more»

9K Miles and Perfectly Stored: 1982 Fiat X1/9

When talking about mid-engined sports cars, the Fiat/Bertone X1/9 often gets overlooked.  Smaller than even a Porsche 914, these miracles of efficient design were quite advanced for their time.  With over 160,000 made, they obviously struck a chord with… more»

Simple Fix? 1979 Fiat Brava

Known by many as the Fiat 131, Fiat renamed what was arguably one of their better cars the Brava and Super Brava in 1978 for the U.S. market, but settled back down to just the Brava moniker from 1979… more»

Barn Find Bounty: 1963 Sunbeam and More!

A host of cars from Europe and America recently rolled out of a southern California barn into the harsh sunlight for the first time in a long while. This 1963 Sunbeam Alpine headlines the inventory here on Craigslist, where… more»

1967 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Prototype!

We’ve all seen situations where an owner has described their classic car as a unicorn, and some claims are more credible than others. It is a tag that this 1967 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona could rightly claim because this… more»