Racing season’s approaching: 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce “Corsa”

Racing season’s approaching: 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce “Corsa”

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Indeed who uses to join the historic race season is now going to prepare his car as the season usually begin now. This Giulia Spider Veloce seems ready to be used for such purpose.

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The seller sats that this car is a real Veloce sold new in Germany and then transformed ina FIA approved racer: it has joined a lot of events and circuits like the Nurburgring, Spa Francorchamps, Zolder, and…

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Widened with metal: 1970 VW-Porsche 914/6

Widened with metal: 1970 VW-Porsche 914/6

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This 914/6 is not an original “GT” but it was born however with a flat six heart, which undoubtedly gives to the car an higher value than a 914/4 has.

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The body has been widened with steel, so luckily what we have here is not the typical 914/6 widened using fiberglass fenders: such wide body, mated to a deep black paint, black interiors and wide Fuchs wheels give to this car, all toghetherm, a…

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That aggressive face: 1964 OSI 1200 Spider

That aggressive face: 1964 OSI 1200 Spider

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We don’t have a trustworthy source to confirm that, but the seller says that only 280 of these cars were made and, as we suppose that the seller has done his homework, we don’t have any reason to doubt about that. With this car Michelotti gave a further proof of his genius.

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This little spider was built, as just said, by OSI using the chassis and engine of the Fiat 1100D which had, differently…

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Pebble Beach racer: 1955 Swartley O.S.C.A. Special

Pebble Beach racer: 1955 Swartley O.S.C.A. Special

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That’s the very first time that we know of an american racing special powered by an italian engine: in the past many used to build car with the opposite formula: american engines had more power while being cheap to buy and to be serviced and often they were mated to tiny italian bodies and frames.

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This car (former car), other than being a one-off barchetta, it’s also the 1955 SCCA National…

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