Italian Barn Finds

Rare Italian: 1965 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

Even when it was new, the 1965 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce was a fairly rare car. As the decades have passed, this level of rarity has only continued to increase. Today, they rate as one of the most desirable… more»

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Seicento! 1960 Fiat 600 Garage Find

One of the nicer things about owning a pocket-sized classic like this 1960 Fiat 600 is that you can store it almost anywhere! After having been stored inside since 1980 this tiny car is now listed for sale here… more»

What A Sad Story! 1963 Alfa Romeo Spider

I could make the argument that classic car abuse of this type should be a crime! Perhaps the punishment could be reading through mountains of Craigslist ads for overpriced 15-year old “needs repaired” family sedans that have air conditioning… more»

One Family Owned: 1983 Alfa Romeo Spider

Every time I see an Alfa-Romeo Spider I think of Dustin Hoffman in the movie, “The Graduate”. While hardly a car movie, the Alfa gets a lot of screen time with what is probably dubbed-in engine tone but it… more»

Rust Repaired: 1972 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV

In years past, owning a classic Alfa Romeo meant waging an ongoing war with rust. Today, advances in paint technology and rust prevention techniques mean that this no longer has to be the case. This 1972 Alfa 2000 GTV… more»

Exotic Survivor: 1976 Lamborghini Urraco

This 1976 Lamborghini Urraco has under 30,000 original miles and features the larger P300 engine paired to a manual transmission. Part of the company’s lineup of 2+2 vehicles that we seemingly see far less often than the contemporary Countach… more»

Bella Moto: 1973 Moto Guzzi V7 Sport

Why is it that Italians can make such sexy vehicles? They certainly don’t have a lock on vehicles with sex appeal but they seem to make the art and science of designing vehicles look easy. This 1973 Moto Guzzi… more»

Desert Runner: 1988 Lamborghini LM002

Another day, another Lamborghini LM002. We just featured one of these a few days ago in similar low-mileage condition, not at all reflecting the type of use you might expect if it were kept in an enthusiast’s garage and… more»

Beautiful 1971 Lancia Fulvia Sport 1600 Zagato

This sweet little 1971 Lancia Fulvia Sport 1600 Zagato is located quite far southeast of Quebec City, Canada, specifically, in Saint-Georges. At that location, it is closer to Maine than to Quebec City. At $40,000 it might be on… more»

Barn Find Scooter: 1974 Vespa 150 Super

There aren’t many Italian vehicles that a person can buy for a thousand bucks, give or take. This 1974 Vespa 150 Super is one of them. It can be found here on eBay in Quincy, California with a current… more»

Uncommon Survivor: 16k Mile 1988 Alfa Romeo 33

From a driving perspective, the Alfasud was always going to be a tough act to follow. However, Alfa Romeo managed to do a pretty decent job when they introduced the 33. Early examples were once again rewarding vehicles to… more»

No Reserve Roadster: 1977 Alfa Romeo Spider

Listed at no reserve and with bids comfortably below $2,000, this 1977 Alfa Romeo Spider could be going quite cheaply to its next owner. It’s a non-runner at the moment, but the car looks just complete enough to convince… more»

SUV Survivor: 1988 Lamborghini LM002

The Lamborghini LM002 remains one of those vehicles that causes you to question whether it was ever actually produced, or just a car show circuit creation designed to generate some much-needed buzz. No, it was indeed very real, a… more»

Garage Fire: Burned 1981 Ferrari 400i

I will never not feel my stomach flip a bit when reading about the cars extricated from a garage fire. The scene is heartbreaking, no matter what make or model it is, just knowing how much time and energy… more»

Prototype Revisited: 1972 Intermeccanica Squire SS100

Here at Barn Finds, not only do we love to see and write about the hidden gems that people find that have been squirreled away for years, but occasionally, we also have the privilege of writing about these cars… more»

The Second Lamborghini Jalpa Built?

The listing for this burned out Lamborghini Jalpa claims it may be the earliest production number available today, as the first one ever built resides in a museum and this car appears to be number two. Early production numbers… more»