Muscle luxury sedan: 1976 De Tomaso Deauville

Muscle luxury sedan: 1976 De Tomaso Deauville

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I barely remeber the Deauville because my father had it (for one week only) when I was younger than 10: I however remember how luxurious were the interiors and how huge was the torque of its 350 c.i. Ford engine.

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The Deauville, designed by Tom Tjaarda, was made to compete with Mercedes and Jaguar on their own playground (indeed if you look at this car from the side and rear it looks really a…

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Yellow little bird: 1967 Porsche 912 Coupé

Yellow little bird: 1967 Porsche 912 Coupé

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This Bahama Yellow 912 was parked somewere in the late ’80s, just be brought back to light just after the classic car week.

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The seller says that such color is “super rare”: we don’t have numbers in hand but we’ve seen a lot of early 911/12 painted in such color. However, we find that, when properly painted, it’s a seductive shade.

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As it is a proper barn (or garage, or whatever it is) find, the…

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Former racer granny: 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider

Former racer granny: 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider

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This Giulietta Spider is said to be a 1959 but, as the chassis number is 1495*472, we suspect that is a very early swb, probably a ’56.

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The seller says that this is a former racer which joined many events like Watkins Glen, Belmont, Lime Rock and many others: he says that the car got a lot of badges and trophies, but there are not photos of any of them.

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It’s basically a roller (with a strange…

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Success assured: 1951 Packard 200 Fire Dept. Ambulance by Henney

Success assured: 1951 Packard 200 Fire Dept. Ambulance by Henney

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Henney coackworks used, back in the fourties and fifities, to build ambulances and hearses: often the same coach was multi-purpose and the difference between the two option was, basically, color and sirens.

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This car was an ambulance used by the Fire brigade somewhere in Washington state: it looks like a proper time capsule with all the bits and equipment in their place, including the rear…

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Hibernated lady: 1962 lancia Appia Cabriolet by Vignale

Hibernated lady: 1962 lancia Appia Cabriolet by Vignale

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Lately it’s not easy to find interesting classic cars for sale, especially for picky guys like we are. However, luckily someone, many years ago, thought to leave cars like this in a barn, just to let them being discovered many years later.

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This 1962 Appia cabriolet was one of the few made by Vignale which is arrived to us in tired conditions, however it’s complete and quite healthy, considering…

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