… Nobody does style like the Italians … Nobody … Forgetaboutit! … Nobody … Just look … Forgetaboutit! … Nobody does style like the Italians … Nobody … Forgetaboutit! …
The enthusiastic rant of an excited Pebble Beach attendee sums up the feelings of many car enthusiasts.
Has there ever been a better looking four car lineup?
Every year a manufacturer is selected as the featured Marque and for 2005 Alfa Romeo was chosen. The factory stepped up with a considerable display that will not soon be forgotten.
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Classic Italian Beauty:The 1952 Alfa Romeo Disco Volante is another example of the ultimate in Italian style. Unfortunately they were not mass produced, with two convertibles and a solitary coupe in existence.
Attention fans of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off". What you saw on the silver screen was a replica; at least that's what crashed at the end. Here is the real thing, a Ferrari 250 GT California.
Lamborghini 350 GT, the first model from the then fledgling 60s Italian automaker. This was a conservative effort when compared to its successors such as the Miura and Countach.
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