How it is made: Alfa Romeo 4C

How it is made: Alfa Romeo 4C

Would you consider buying a 4C if you saw what the production starts with? Just a couple of sheets of baggy material. But in the end… Most exciting moment is the finishing touch. When they fill up the tank and screw the licenseplate onto the car. MY license plate. OK, Ill keep dreaming… Check out … Continue reading

International 6C 2500 meeting videos

International 6C 2500 meeting videos

As announced earlier, the Registro Internationale 6C 2500 organized an international ‘raduno’, from May 30th to June 2nd, 2013, in the Netherlands. I made three videos. The first is from May 31st.  The owners and their cars (Alfa Romeo 6C 2500, 6C 2300 and 6C 1500) stopped at the market square in Oirschot. While the … Continue reading

Mille Miglia 2013 videos

Mille Miglia 2013 videos

Saturday May 18th the participants of the 2013 Mille Miglia returned to Brescia. Well, most of them did. The 1,600 kilometers are not only challenging the drivers and co-drivers but also the vintage and classic cars, built between 1927 and 1957 so it won’t surprise anybody that some of them broke down and had to … Continue reading

32 Alfas in the 2013 Mille Miglia

32 Alfas in the 2013 Mille Miglia

The Mille Miglia, la corsa più bella del mondo, the world’s most beautiful race, has 422 cars on the starting list of 2013. No less than 32 of them are Alfa Romeos, dating from 1928 (85 years old!) to 1957. Thursday, May 16 at 6:45 the first car will roll down from the starting platform … Continue reading

Joop Stolze’s Alfa Romeos

Joop Stolze’s Alfa Romeos

A lot of traffic to this website comes from people who are looking for information about the Joop Stolze collection in De Lier, west of Rotterdam, The Netherlands. There must be something mythical about it…  Pretty fair to update the page on Stolze with a YouTube slideshow with the Alfa Romeos that are residing in … Continue reading

Coppa di Koumi

Coppa di Koumi

One of the new subscribers to the Twitter account of this website is ‘Coppa di Koumi’. Welcome! 歓迎 The name made me curious and I found out the Coppa di Koumi is a small but nice event for classic European cars in Japan, with an emphasis on Italian, but not strictly limited to cars from … Continue reading

Latin American car museums

Latin American car museums

This week I have added a couple of new pages with information on car museums in Southern America. Like the Collección Nicolini in Lima, Peru, a nice museum, started by mr. Nicolini who had a serious passion for classic cars. Over the years he collected some 120 cars, among them an Alfa Romeo 2600 SZ. … Continue reading