In the center of the exhibition, a square
similar to those that exist in most Italian towns. A square where there is pure chaos to
find a parking place, exclusive cars and classic Italian cars like a Fiat 500 and the typical Vespa.
On the pizza, we also find the exceptional Alfa Romeo Disco Volante from 1952 of which only four models were built and kindly on loan from the Turin Automobile Museum as well as the 1967 Lamborghini Miura designed by Gandini boasting a Bertone body.
In total more than 20 cars will be exposed on the piazza.
Here is a foretaste of the exposed cars:
The Ferrari 275 GTS Pininfarina, that for a time belonged to the actress Raquel Welch, the Fiat V8 Zagato (1952), a Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada (1964) designed by Giugiaro, the De Tomaso Mangusta Bertone (from the ‘60s), an Iso Rivolta Grifo Giugiaro (1963), the Lancia B24 Spyder Pininfarina, unveiled at the Brussels Car Show in 1956.
There will be also several hard to avoid popular small cars that added so much life to the narrow Italian streets during the ‘50s and ‘60s: a Fiat Cinquecento Giardiniera, a tricycle Vespa, a Multipla taxi not forgetting an Autobianchina Cabrio …