Seicento Con Brio

Seicento Con Brio

Cars like this are why we miss the “old days” of motorsport. That a major manufacturer would decide to fit brackets to keep the engine cover open during operation is […]

Project Pantera

Project Pantera

This is a sad sight. How a beauty like this Pantera was ever left to rot like this is disturbing. Mechanically, this shouldn’t be too hard to restore, as the […]

Mustard, no Ketchup

Mustard, no Ketchup

Some people can’t stomach the sight of an Italian car thatĀ isn’t red. Those people are wrong. This mustardy-yellow paint is unusual, but quite attractive. The car ain’t bad, either. These […]

Tony? Fix It. Again!

Tony? Fix It. Again!

The jokes just write themselves, eh? This is a pretty cool vehicle for which we can envision no practical use whatsoever. With the tow mechanism, it can’t feasibly be used […]

Who Needs an M3?

Who Needs an M3?

Really, this has to be better than the contemporary E30 M3. 40 more horsepower in a similarly-sized package, but with Italian style rather than Teutonic restraint? That interior is elegant […]

Black Beauty

Black Beauty

To some eyes, the basic Fulvia coupe is one of the prettiest designs to come out of Italy. Somehow Zagato improved upon it with the Sport fastback. This one is […]

A Brand New Fiat Spider?

A Brand New Fiat Spider?

And not the Mazda-built Fiata? That’s what this seller is proposing–a fully restored, better-than-new 1983 Fiat Spider. It looks fantastic..but will buyers spend $30k or more for a Fiat Spider? […]

Canyonero!?

Canyonero!?

No, but it bears some resemblance. Inexplicably, tiny Laforza was the ground breaker in the luxury V8 SUV, years before the Explorer and Grand Cherokee became the off-roaders to have […]

So Many Headlamps

So Many Headlamps

All the better to light the stages, my dear. This Fulvia looks ready to rally, and is one of the few we’ve seen in anything but red. Recently imported from […]

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