Nicest in the US? 1976 Lancia Beta Coupe

“One of the nicest in the county” is how the seller of this 1976 Lancia Beta Coupe describes this car, and I don’t know if maybe they aren’t right, as they say in Noblesville, Indiana where… more»

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Restored French’talian: 1965 Simca 1000

Hello! I’m happy to see you, says this 1965 Simca 1000. Do I have anything in my teeth? (teeth = grille) Wait, I don’t have any teeth. This happy little car is listed on eBay with… more»

Dusty First Year Italian: 1974 Fiat X 1/9

The grandfather to the MR2 and the Fiero, the Fiat X 1/9 has become a rare find for many reasons, but especially for first year American market cars.  Very dusty from a 31 year hibernation, this… more»

The Flying Nun: 1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 TI

I wonder how many times the original owner had to go to confession after tearing it up in this Alfa Romeo Giulia? It might have been more than a few—she was a nun, after all! Could… more»

Might Not Break The Bank: 1977 Fiat 124

I’m obviously missing my recently departed convertible. Given the opportunity to pen a column about an amazing Challenger, or a killer Macho Trans Am – why would I choose to present a little, dusty red 1977… more»

Rolling Start: 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider

If you’re asking yourself “What is the hardest rebuild project I can take on right now, where I’ll have a hard time finding parts, have to completely redo every inch of the car, but end up… more»

I Spy A 1973 Alfa Spider Barn Find Beauty

For nearly 30 years, the Alfa Romeo Spider was the quintessential Italian convertible – beautiful, sporty, finicky, and classic. Since its debut in 1966, it has been loved and hated practically unlike any other design or… more»

Just 150 Made: 1984 Alfa Romeo GTV6 Maratona

When it comes to rare cars, only 150 being made puts it in fairly elite company. The Alfa Romeo GTV6 Maratona edition was created to provide some new life to the GTV6 lineup in the USA,… more»

Mythical Survivor: Bizzarrini 5300 Strada

American built V8’s are a grand choice for an engine swap, and that theory rang true back in the 1960’s as well. The Cobra became a great car once receiving its Ford sourced heart, and this… more»

Dreaming of the Coast: 1985 Fiat X1/9

This may be a highly personal opinion, but when I see forlorn cars in California, I can’t help but wonder if they once tore up the Pacific Coast Highway or visited the towering redwoods. To see… more»

Red-Headed Stepnose: 1966 Alfa Romeo Sprint GT

With one owner and just 72,000 original, well-documented miles, this Alfa Romeo Sprint GT would seem to be a rare and desirable find! There are hints that there may be more here than meets the eye,… more»

BF EXCLUSIVE: 1978 Alfa Romeo Spider

If you’ve always dreamed of owning an Italian sports car, but just can’t justify spending crazy money on a Ferrari, Lamborghini or Maserati, you really should take a look at Steven S’s Alfa Romeo Spider! It’s… more»

Auction Results for Dallas Leake Auction

Here are the results for Saturday, November 18th at Leake Auctions in Dallas, Texas. Some of the vehicles now have new owners and some went home with who they came with. If you have never been to an… more»