1984 Alfa Romeo Sprint 1.5 Quadrifoglio

1984 Alfa Romeo Sprint 1.5 Quadrifoglio
Alfa Romeo after WWII was becoming a much different company than it had been pre-war. The pre-war era was dominated by large, expensive coach-built cars but with the introduction of the Giulietta in 1954 things began to change. The...

1965 Lancia Flaminia Super Sport 3C

1965 Lancia Flaminia Super Sport 3C
Please welcome our newest contributor to the fold, Jim Rutherford, as he delves into this classic Zagato bodied Lancia from the 1960s - Paul Mention coach builder Zagato and you are likely to get a strong reaction. Their early designs...

1995 Ferrari 456GT

1995 Ferrari 456GT
Curiously, Ferrari never offered the 400 and 412 2+2 coupe officially in the United States. It wouldn't be until the early 1990s that a front-engine V12 would appear stateside once again, this time in the form of the car we see here:...

1994 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce Commemorative Edition

1994 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce Commemorative Edition
With a new Mazda Miata about to be released, it's an opportune time to take a look at one of its forebears: the Alfa Romeo Series 4 Spider. Coincidentally, Alfa Romeo is planning a new Spider based on this new fourth generation Miata....

1981 Lancia Beta 2000 with 37,000 miles

1981 Lancia Beta 2000 with 37,000 miles
The Lancia Beta isn't a car that is remembered too fondly by some enthusiasts. Problems with corrosion plagued this car which led to structural failure at times. This was the first new Lancia after Fiat took over the company, and...

1977 Alfa Romeo Montreal Targa

1977 Alfa Romeo Montreal Targa
It’s rare that a concept car sees the light of day and if it does, the styling cues you’ll see on the showroom floor will differ to varying degrees than what was viewed on the auto show circuit. But, in the case of the Alfa Romeo...

1968 Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada – REVISIT

Considered by many to be one of the prettiest GT cars ever made, the Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada I wrote up in April is back up on eBay. With bidding at $200,000 but the reserve still on, there's a long way to go until this car hits...

1962 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Pininfarina Series II

1962 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Pininfarina Series II
As series of cars go, I don't believe that any can match the pure beauty, speed and desirability of the Ferrari 250 line. The variations are seemingly endless; from the iconic Testarossa, the stunning GTO, elegant and brutal SWB in...

1970 Fiat 500L

1970 Fiat 500L
While wandering around the city the other weekend with friends, one of them spotted something in the parking lot and turned to me, exclaiming “what’s that?!?” Parked amongst a sea of gray SUVs and rather ho-hum sedans was this...

1995 Ferrari 348 Spider

1995 Ferrari 348 Spider
The Ferrari 348 was a victim of circumstance in Ferrari history. It wasn’t particularly well regarded, as it followed the legendary 308/328 and was succeeded by the F355, the car that the wedge styling from the 1980s died with....