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Fiat 1100 (1950)

Compact styling for you and all of your friends.

Jack Brabham / Dutch Grand Prix, 1966.

Taking the lead on his Brabham-Repco BT19.

Photo by The Cahier Archive.

Because not all acquisitions require wheels… this is my new one :)

Jacky Ickx, 1974.

Running with the Lotus 72, some place I didn’t have time to figure out where.

I give you… Jacky Ickx! (he was a Formula 1 driver, for those of you distracted).

In 1950, already making way for a life in the fast lane.

Q

Anonymous asked:

I saw that your favorite edition of Saab is the 900 turbo. Do you think it's a reliable car, or better as a second car? Also, besides the exterior, what differentiates the 900 vs. the 9000? I don't know much about cars, but I would love to own a Saab one day.

A

I don’t have much experience with Saabs either, but yes, the 900 Turbo remains my favorite of them all.

When I was researching a bit more about them some time ago, I found great reports of the 900 reliability; it’s not uncommon to find some examples with very high mileage, which is always a good sign, although I read that the gearbox seems to be its Achilles’s heel.

If you find a well maintained one, I’m pretty sure it would work well as a daily car — although always be on the lookout, an old is an old car, things will happen :)

The 9000 is a completely different car. Its a decent car, but its way more conservative than the 900. Saab built the 9000 alongside Lancia and Fiat to save costs, and lost a bit of character down the road. They’re alright, I reckon I’d still be very happy with a 9000 Turbo as well, as reliability seems to be a faily decent point on these.

If you want a Saab and can get a Saab, please do!

And also, folks, please don’t ask questions anonymously as I can’t reply you directly. Only do so if you wish to call me very ugly and nasty names and prefer your identity hidden away.

Alfa Romeo Proteo concept-car (1991)
The basis for the well loved GTV was first shown at the 91 Geneva Motorshow, with hints from the previously launched SZ Zagato in its design. It featured a (very well tuned) 3.0 V6 engine and four-wheel... Alfa Romeo Proteo concept-car (1991)
The basis for the well loved GTV was first shown at the 91 Geneva Motorshow, with hints from the previously launched SZ Zagato in its design. It featured a (very well tuned) 3.0 V6 engine and four-wheel...

Alfa Romeo Proteo concept-car (1991)

The basis for the well loved GTV was first shown at the 91 Geneva Motorshow, with hints from the previously launched SZ Zagato in its design. It featured a (very well tuned) 3.0 V6 engine and four-wheel drive.

When the first GTV hit the public a few years later, Alfa lovers were quite pleased to see so many resemblances to this gorgeous concept car.

Designed from Alfa Romeo in-house’s Walter de Silva.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale Bertone (1965)

Lady Love, in a silk red dress ready to knock you dead at first sight. Have you seen her from the back? Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Q

cluingfortimelords asked:

Can I use your theme? If so, where can I get it? It's really a nice theme :)

A

Yes you can! I’ve made it myself and made it public some months ago. Use it at will: #

Cheers!