Italian Classic Cars

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Italian Luxury: 1928 Fiat 520 Torpedo

Although a brand like Fiat has had a chequered past, especially with the mid-1970s to 1990s doldrum of some truly poor cars in both design and construction, they do have a long and illustrious history and still produce some… more»

One Owner: 1968 Fiat 600

After fifty-four years with the same owner, change is in the wind for this 1968 Fiat 600. It has belonged to the seller’s grandparents since the day it drove off the showroom floor, but it needs a new home… more»

Mike Tyson’s 1995 Ferrari F50

In November of 1995, this beautiful Ferrari F50 rolled off the assembly line as one of only 55 built to U.S. specs. It has been certified as only having 6,200 original miles by Ferrari Classiche Certified and was once… more»

Fixit Twofer: 1979 and 1982 Alfa Romeo Spiders Veloce

Two Alfa Spiders for one low price. One White. One, a rather rare color called Celeste Chiaro — a light, minty green. It was part of the reason I picked this advert from the tip list actually. Of course,… more»

1968 Maserati Ghibli Spyder Prototype by Ghia

Piercing the air with the authority and nobility of the trident spear in its grille, this 1968 Maserati Ghibli Spyder began life in the public eye as a prototype at the Turin, Italy car show. An exhaustive restoration returned… more»

1-of-6: 2004 Ferrari Enzo

The performance car world has always been one of moving targets. A top speed of 150mph was once seen as the preserve of exotic European sports cars, but you can now walk into your local Chevrolet or Ford dealership… more»

Beach Car: 1961 Fiat Jolly

Legend has it that in the early 1950s, Fiat’s chief, Gianni Agnelli, saw a niche for a car designed to run on and off yachts when their wealthy owners wanted to go ashore. What is believed to be the… more»

Italian/American Luxury Roadster: 1990 Cadillac Allante

When Cadillac introduced the Allante in 1987, the voiceover on one of their TV ads said, “It is a luxury roadster unlike any that has come before it. A Cadillac designed and hand-crafted in Europe by the designers of… more»

Lime Green Rarity: 1969 DeTomaso Mangusta

The DeTomaso Mangusta is one of those lesser-known sports cars that really does deserve our attention and respect. It has the pedigree that any automotive enthusiast would rightfully seek out when buying a vehicle as an investment, but it… more»

Field Find: 1980 Lamborghini Countach Replica

As a kid, I used to go wandering through old yards and back-lots looking for automotive treasure. The most exciting thing we ever found was an old school bus. But imagine being a young enthusiast and coming across a… more»

Racing Model: 1972 De Tomaso Pantera GTS

Like many Italian sports cars, the De Tomaso Pantera enjoyed a long production life. The first cars rolled out of the factory in Modena, Italy, in 1971. The final example appeared in 1992. Our feature car is a 1972… more»

BF Exclusive: 1975 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce

There is an indefinable something that makes classic Italian sports cars attractive. They don’t possess the brute horsepower to threaten genuine muscle cars, but they are a total package that combines good looks with a rewarding and engaging driving… more»

Racy Italian:1964 Fiat 850 TC Abarth

The post-war era was a boon for small cars. Manufacturers focussed on getting lots of people, into small cars, for not a great deal of money. The classic Mini did this well in the UK, and the Italians did… more»

Unbeaten Legend: Michael Schumacher’s 1998 Ferrari F300

Questions surrounding “The Greatest of All Time” in any category will always ignite debate among enthusiasts. It doesn’t matter whether we are talking about sports or classic cars; everyone will have a valid opinion. That brings us to this… more»

Preservation Class: 1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2, 3200 Actual Miles

Crossing the block at Worldwide’s Auburn Auction on September 2 is this very special 1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 with only 3200 actual miles. This car is about as original as it can be, having received at least two… more»

On The Boat! 1995 Fiat Type 175 Coupé

The Fiat Coupé, aka Type 175, was a 2-door, 4-seat coupe produced by Fiat between 1994 and 2000 and was partly designed by Pininfarina. Because of their on-again, off-again status of importing cars to the U.S., 175s like the… more»