Italian Classic Cars

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Unrestored 1958 Lancia Aurelia B24S Cabriolet

Lancia’s Aurelia was a kaleidoscope of models, from the slightly frumpy B10 to the luminous Spider America. Not only did the sheet metal change, but Lancia was ever in self-improvement mode, tinkering around the edges of its unique solutions… more»

Rare Beach Runabout: 1968 Fiat 500 Jolly

The Fiat 500 was one of the Italian manufacturer’s most successful products in the decades following World War II. Various incarnations were built and perhaps the most interesting was the Jolly. It was a low-production runabout with no doors… more»

1 Of 477: 1960 Lancia Appia Lusso

The Lusso was a 2-door coupe version of the Lancia Appia. It was produced in Italy between 1959 and 1962 and only 477 copies ever saw the light of day. This example from 1960 was imported to the U.S…. more»

1990 Lamborghini Countach With Only 255 Miles!

The Lamborghini Countach is undoubtedly one of the most significant Lamborghini ever produced, and also one of the most important sports cars ever made, period. The Countach needs no introduction here as it was as celebrated for its styling… more»

Pristine in the 80s: 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider

We often talk about wanting to see what a car looked like before it became a barn find. Imagining the gleaming paint, the spotless engine bay, the rich and supple interior. We don’t often get that chance, but the… more»

The Lost Ellena: 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Coupe

“Missing and presumed lost” is one of the more captivating phrases in the car hobby. Actually, you can apply that phrase to anything that is discovered after being missing for decades – a vintage aircraft, artwork, jewelry – the… more»

Garage Find: 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4

It’s certainly easy to adopt a doomsday approach to the collector car hobby, projecting that all of the special cars have been found and put up for sale. But we still see plenty of evidence that exceedingly rare and… more»

Nicely Modified: 1982 Alfa Romeo GTV V6

This 1982 Alfa Romeo GTV V6 looks like an awesome driver, kept in decent condition overall and equipped with a variety of upgrades that should make a fun car even more enjoyable to drive. The GTV V6 is a… more»

Rare Vignale Convertible: 1959 Lancia Appia

I have often opined about the current state of Stellantis’ Lancia brand. Over the years their former glory has diminished to the point of offering only one model, the Ypsilon, a Western Europe-only model. Stellantis claims that it has… more»

Spare Parts Included: 1989 Alfa Romeo Spider

The Alfa Romeo Spider is one of the more instantly recognizable sports cars ever made, and perhaps that’s why its value continues to hover in the basement of vintage car pricing. The fact that it’s so familiar can make… more»

One Family Owned: 1978 Lancia Beta 1800 Coupé

As Lancia was ruining itself financially while producing fabulous cars, Fiat waited in the wings, rescue-ready. The marriage was consummated in 1969 and after considerable duress, Lancia’s first model under its new owner rolled off the line: the Beta…. more»

1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza Recreation by Pur Sang

What do you think of replicas? I admit, my opinion is that they are “less than”. And really, the market says so, too. But does this niche deserve derision, always? Time to learn about Pur Sang. First, the name:… more»

Silver Spider: 1969 Alfa Romeo Giulia

In the world of classic vehicles, small two-seater roadsters are a bit of a niche group, specifically when it comes to Italian cars. This 1969 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider is definitely a recognizable one, and our reader PRA4SNW let… more»

40k Original Miles: 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider

Hiding in this garage is one of the most significant cars in Ferrari’s manufacturing history. It is a 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider, the last V8 model approved by the great Enzo Ferrari before he passed away. This classic is… more»

Cheap Twin Cam: 1977 Alfa Romeo GTV

When someone asks you what color your car is and you reply “rust” the questioner probably conjures up images of a metallic burnt orange metallic with a hint of burnished brown. Well, if you owned this 1977 Alfa Romeo… more»

Moving Sale: 1968 Fiat 850 Spider

Historians will look back and see that Americans migrated from state to state more during the last ten years than at any other time in our history since World War II.  While there are many different reasons, what we… more»