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From Newspress in the UK
 
A STRADIVARIUS FOR THE MAQSERATI CENTENNIAL.
 

The second day of the Maserati Centennial International Gathering continued this morning with the start of the regularity competition and the transfer to the San Martino del Lago circuit, near Cremona, of the more than 200 Maseratis taking part. The circuit is just a short distance from the straight stretch of road on which Baconin Borzacchini set the first world record in Maserati’s history on 28 September 1929 at the wheel of the 16-cylinder Maserati V4 - 246 kilometres an hour for the Flying 10 Kilometres, a record that stood for eight years. And the 200 Maseratis drove along just this historic straight, still open to traffic today (naturally it was only a gravel road at the time of Borzacchini’s record) on their way to Cremona. Their route took them right through the city, across Piazza del Comune and by the Torrazzo, Europe’s tallest brick-built bell tower, on their way to join the motorway towards Turin.

The city of Cremona offered a special welcome to the international press covering the Gathering, with a guided tour of the brand new, high-tech Museo del Violino, a performance on one of the finest, best known instruments made by Antonio Stradivarius, the “greatest of violin makers”, and a lunch in the medieval Palazzo Comunale. The Stradivarius played for the international press – “The Cremonese 1715” – is the same one that accompanied the debut of the fifth series of the Quattroporte in the elegant, exclusive setting of Pebble Beach in California eleven years ago, in homage to Sergio Pininfarina, who let slip that he had drawn inspiration from the forms of Stradivarius’ violins when designing the lines of the Quattroporte. Apart from Borzacchini and Pininfarina, the inclusion of Cremona is also a homage to Gino Rancati, the Cremona-born journalist who, in the early Sixties, suggested to Adolfo and Omer Orsi the idea of what was to become the Quattroporte – the world’s fastest sedan.

 

A Maserati GranTurismo from Holland making its way to Cremona

A Maserati 3500 GT from the UK making its way to Cremona
 

Maseratis parked in the Piazza del Comune in Cremona

The Maserati A6GCS Berlinetta in front of the Duomo di Cremona
 

The new high-tech Museo del Violino in Cremona

The new high-tech Museo del Violino in Cremona
 

Another Maserati 3500 GT from the UK
makes its way throught the narrow streets of Cremona


The Stradivarius “The Cremonese 1715”
being played for the international press.

 
 

Text and photos courtesy of Maserati.

 

Check out a video of the three Maserati MC12s at the San Martino del Lago circuit at
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrdKokpO3ys, and make sure your ears are wellprotected !!!

 
 
 
 
 
From Newspress in the UK
 
MODENA PLAYS HOST TO THE MASERATI CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS.
 

Friday, 19 September 2014 – The first day of the Maserati Centennial International Gathering ended with a guided tour and dinner at the company’s historic factory in Viale Ciro Menotti, Modena. After a lengthy parade through the city’s streets, involving more than 200 classic and modern Maseratis and the majority of Modena’s population, gathering participants enjoyed a guided tour of the complex that Maserati has occupied since it moved from Bologna to Modena in 1939, and where the Maserati GranTurismo, GranCabrio and Alfa Romeo 4C are now produced.

These same production lines provided the striking location for a very unusual dinner during which guests were entertained by singers from the Luciano Pavarotti Foundation – Tenor Jenish Ysmanov, Soprano Jessica Cambio, Mezzo Soprano Martina Belli and Baritone Daniele Terenzi. The bond between Maserati and Luciano Pavarotti was always very strong on both sides – the great Tenor’s first Maserati was a bright blue Sebring, which he purchased in 1963 – and it still continues today thanks to his widow Nicoletta Mantovani, present at the dinner. In the afternoon, guests visited the “Maserati 100 – A Century of Pure Italian Luxury Sports Cars” exhibition at the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari, near the Maserati headquarters and curated by Adolfo Orsi, grandson of the Adolfo Orsi who bought the Maserati business from its founder brothers in 1937.

You can see a short video of the activities during the first day in this short video clip at http://youtu.be/A3FOrSHmQaY.

Text and photos courtesy of Maserati.

 

Maseratis galore in Piazza Grande, Modena.
 

Maseratis galore in Piazza Grande, Modena.

Maseratis galore in Piazza Grande, Modena.
 

Maseratis galore in Piazza Grande, Modena.

What's this ? Is everything up in the air in Modena ??
 

Maserati make their way passed the Maserati factory

Not that way, this way !!!
 

Maserati 5000GT en route to the Casa Enzo Ferrari Museum

Maserati Mistral en route to the Casa Enzo Ferrari Museum
 

Maserati Ghibli en route to the Casa Enzo Ferrari Museum

Maserati Merak en route to the Casa Enzo Ferrari Museum
 

Dott. Adolfo Orsi discusses the merits of the Maserati Tipo 61

Dott. Adolfo Orsi and the Maserati Tipo 4CLT/48 "San Remo"
 

Participants enjoy their evening meal..

...seated alongside the Maserati production lines
 

 

The singers from the Luciano Pavarotti Foundation
 

GranTurismos and CranCabrio in red, white and blue !

Maserati MC12s parked in the factory courtyard
 

A Maserati MC12 at the Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari

The Maserati MC12 'Goodwood Cent 100'
 

Harald Wester addresses the participants

Maseratisti from Austria celebrate at the event
 

And here are two short videos from the Gazzetto di Modena:

This one by Betta Baracchi - Gazzetto di Modena Video 1

and this one by Marco Amendola - Gazzetto di Modena Video 2

 
 
 
 
 
From Newspress in the UK
 
THE MASERATI INTERNATIONAL CENTENNIAL GATHERING STARTED TODAY.
 

Today saw the start of the Maserati Centennial International Gathering, a key event in the celebrations to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Modena-based company. The first day of the official programme, involving over 200 Maseratis and over 500 Maserati collectors and clients from 30 countries across the world, was dedicated to the city of Modena. Vintage and modern Maseratis began making their way into Modena in the early hours, lining up in Piazza Grande in the shadow of the Ghirlandina, the white stone bell tower that is the symbol of the Emilian city. Piazza Grande was also the venue for the meeting between Maserati CEO Harald Wester and the Mayor of Modena, Gian Carlo Muzzarelli, who officially welcomed the participants to the city.

Also participating at the event are around ninety journalists from the main international markets in which Maserati is present - from the US (biggest market in terms of unit sales) to China (second biggest market with the highest growth rate), the UK, Germany and Italy (the contenders for biggest European market), Australia and Japan. During the morning the international press visited the building, at no. 1 Via de’ Pepoli in Bologna, where Maserati opened for business for the first time on 1 December 1914. After this, they met with the direct descendants of the founders of Maserati: Carlo and Alfieri Maserati, the sons of Ettore and Ernesto Maserati respectively, who in December 1914 set out on an adventure with their brother Alfieri which is still going strong a hundred years later and which we are celebrating today.

"Of the many automobile producers born in Italy in the last century, only a few have reached such a milestone and this fills me with joy", declared Alfieri Maserati. "The name we bear symbolises brilliance, innovation and the desire to create the unique and novel features we find in today's cars".

“100 years have passed since the founding of the 'Società Anonima Officine Alfieri Maserati'", recalled his cousin Carlo, "and I would like to express all my gratitude to those who have made Maserati's accomplishments possible and have brought it to new horizons. The longevity of this success is also due to the harmonious relationships within the family and to the extraordinary technical skills that, for example, allowed us to construct a racing car in just six months".

Text and photos courtesy of Maserati.

 

Vintage and modern Maseratis lining up in Modena's Piazza Grande

Vintage and modern Maseratis lining up in Modena's Piazza Grande
 

Carlo and Alfieri Maserati, the sons of Ettore and Ernesto Maserati.

The many journalists from Maserati's main international markets
 

You can see a short video of the photo opportunity available to some participants at the Piazza del Nettuno during a visit to Bologna at http://youtu.be/dgiftAv1ozA.

 
 
 
 
 
From Newspress in the UK
 
HIGHLIGHTS FROM MASERATI’S STYLISH CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS
AT THE GOODWOOD REVIVAL 2014.
 

Monday 15th September 2014: This weekend, Maserati continued its centenary celebrations in glamorous vintage style at one of the premier events on the British automotive calendar; the Goodwood Revival. As well as marking the Italian car maker’s 100th anniversary, Maserati also honoured 60 years of a Formula One legend; the Maserati 250F.

The iconic Maserati 250F, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, took centre stage in the paddock in a recreation of the 1954 pit lane from the famous Italian race circuit, Monza. 16 examples of the legendary race car were assembled for the event and a large number took part in high speed demonstrations on both Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, 10 of these racing cars took part in the Richmond Trophy – a 15 minute race for front-engined 2.5 litre Grand Prix cars.

On display in the ‘Monza’ pits as well as racing on track was the single-seater Maserati Tipo 420 M58 ‘Eldorado’, raced by Sir Stirling Moss in the 1958 Monza 500, and on loan from the Panini Museum Collection in Italy.

Large crowds converged on the sunny Goodwood estate this year where Maserati was able to demonstrate not only its past but also its future within the art deco Earls Court Exhibition Centre, reminiscent of the London Motor Shows of the 1950s and 1960s. A 1961 3500 GT Vignale Spyder and a 1969 Ghibli Tipo AM115 took centre stage alongside two examples from Maserati’s current range – the GranCabrio MC and new Ghibli executive saloon. As part of an immersive experience, visitors watched screenings of original Maserati motorsport footage in a miniature vintage cinema alongside the car display.

 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

The start of the Maserati 250F race

I can't remember anything like this at a Grand Prix in the Fifties ???
 

But I do remember something more like this !!!

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

The Maserati Tipo 420 M58 ‘Eldorado’ negotiating the chicane

Magnificent sight - The Maserati Tipo 420 M58 ‘Eldorado’ in full flow !!!
 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014

Char ladies doing a fine job on the Vignale Spyder
 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

Maserati at Goodwood Revival 2014
 

Text and photos courtesy of Maserati UK.

 
 
 
 
 
From a "so-called seller" with an @inbox.com email address
 
"WELL WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT ?????"

Below is an email I received in answer to Francois' request for spare parts he requires for the restoration of his 1960 Ghibli Spyder.
 

"Thanks for your email, see attached photos of my 1970 Ghibli Spyder.

I am breaking the 1970 Ghibli Spyder as parts, since you are in need of the left & right door belt mouldings, left & right windshield mouldings and center joint piece, hood Liner, moulding at the front of the convertible top and seal, trunk liner, left & right vent window seals, left & right "A" pillar interior trim, preferably in black, right "B" pillar moulding on the soft top frame, asking price is $600. ( Blimey that's cheap. Looks like bargain to me !!! )

Let me know if my price is ok for you, and also email me your complete home address to calculate the shipping cost to your doorstep, as soon as I hear from you I will call our mechanic to get the left & right door belt mouldings, left & right windshield mouldings and center joint piece, hood liner, moulding at the front of the convertible top and seal, trunk liner, left & right vent window seals, left & right "A" pillar interior trim, right "B" pillar moulding on the soft top frame removed. ( What a nice friendly chap, so accomodating, and all for only $600 !!! )

Thanks and let me know if you still need more parts. ( Help like yours is the last thing anyone needs !!! )

Regards."

Now you'd think that the seller would check out the prices being asked for a Ghibli Spyder these days, and especially one in as good a condition as the one in the photos he sent me, before trying this SCAM.

IT IS FOR THIS REASON THAT I NO LONGER PUBLISH THE EMAIL ADDRESSES OF OWNERS LOOKING FOR SPARE PARTS.

 
 
 
 
 
From Hisato in Japan
 
CENTENNIAL EVANT IN JAPAN.
 

"Dear Enrico,

The Maserati Centennial Gathering is coming soon, and now I am all set to come to Modena, after I arrive in Spain.

In July there was a centennial event in Japan organised by Maserati Japan along with the Maserati Club of Japan, and I came over from China to participate in the event. Here are some pictures from the event in Japan.

The event was commenced at the Zojo temple in Tokyo and the 100th Anniversary model was released in Japan, even the Tokyo tower was also lit up in Maserati Blue.

The next morning, a Maserati Bora and some other Maseratis started from Tokyo and headed up to Kyoto with traditional tea cups and pods which were specially made with tridents for the Maserati centennial event.

The party stopped and had a lunch party at the new Maserati dealership in Shizuoka, an area famous for the special tea leaf grown there.

A sample of the best traditional tea was placed into the pod, and then a 90th Anniversary Coupe and some other Maseratis headed back to Kyoto once more.

At Kyoto, Maserati had set up the event at the Kiyomizu Temple in Kyoto, which is one of most famous of temples. The temple closed at 6 pm as normal, and then the Maserati event began.

We celebrated Maserati's 100 years and prayed for another 100 years of happiness and prosperity.

Maserati sparkling wine and a nice dinner were served in the beautiful Japanese garden.

The highlight of this event was the Italian opera on the stage of the Kiyomizu temple, with a fantastic atmosphere. The Kiyomizu temple was also lit up with Maserati Blue.

The Maserati tea pod will be brought to Italy for the Centennial Gathering.

I am looking forward to meeting lots of Maseratista at the Centennial Gathering in Italy next week.

Best Regards,

Hisato."

 

Hisato's splendid Maserati Ghibli GT

A new Maserati Ghibli leads the way
 

 

 
 

Maserati A6 1500 by Pinin Farina

Maserati A6 1500 by Pinin Farina
 

 

 
 

The Maserati tea pod that will be taken...

...to Modena, Italy for the Centennial Gathering
 

Maserati 90th Anniversary Coupe and Bora
 

The beautiful Japanese garden

Heavenly fare for the Maseratista with a sweet tooth !!!
 

The beautiful Japanese garden

The beautiful Japanese garden
 

Maserati GranCabrio MC Stradale

Maserati GranCabrio MC Stradale
 

The musical accompaniment...

...for the operatic recital
 

Dinner served in the beautiful Japanese garden

The Kiyomizu temple lit up in Maserati Blue
 

We celebrated Maserati's 100 years and prayed for another 100 years of happiness and prosperity.
 
 
 
 
 
From Newspress in the UK
 
FIVE DAYS TO GO:
COUNTDOWN TO THE MASERATI CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL GATHERING BEGINS.
 

Three-day drive from Modena to Turin celebrates Maserati’s first Centenary and starts with a prologue in Bologna, by the Fountain of Neptune that inspired the Maserati Trident Badge.

Modena, 12th September 2014 – The most eagerly anticipated Maserati event in a year of celebrations is just days away. The unique Maserati Centennial International Gathering marks the culmination of the company’s official Centenary celebrations.

After the prologue in Bologna on Wednesday, 17 September the event will officially start in Modena on Thursday, 18 and conclude in Turin on Saturday 20 September. The three-day event includes an exciting combination of exhibitions and parades, a regularity competition, track practice session, guided tours of the two Maserati factories and a Concours d’Elegance, with cars and collectors from all over the world taking part.

More than 200 Maseratis of all periods, both classic and modern, will be the stars of an unforgettable celebration as they parade through Italian towns along the route. A full complement of road models from the Trident marque’s history will take part including the A6GCS/53, 3500 GT, 5000 GT, Sebring, Mistral, Mexico, examples of the original Ghibli and, Quattroporte, Bora, Indy and Khamsin. The stunning Boomerang prototype will also be in attendance, along with cars from the current model range.

The Gathering will feature cars from across the globe. Current Maserati owners will come from the United States, China, Korea, Russia, the Arab Emirates and Azerbaijan. When it comes to classic cars, there will be representatives from countries as far afield as Australia and, closer to home, Norway, Sweden, Great Britain, France, Germany and Greece, highlighting the international affection for the Maserati brand.

Among the cars participating in the International Centennial Gathering, are vehicles forming a special convoy of Maseratis from China. After a month-long tour that began in Beijing in mid-August, crossed the whole of Asia, entered Russia at Ekaterinburg, touched Moscow and passed through Minsk, Warsaw, Prague and Munich, the convoy will arrive in Milan on Sunday and then travel on to Modena.

Wednesday, 17 September

The prologue of the Centennial Gathering on Wednesday, 17 September, in Bologna offers participants the chance to visit Maserati’s first premises at Via de’ Pepoli, where Alfieri, Ettore and Ernesto Maserati opened their first workshop. It is a stone’s throw from Piazza del Nettuno, where they will have a photo-opportunity with their cars by the statue of the god of the seas that inspired the famous choice of badge – the Trident, in red white and blue, the Bologna colours, that went on to become unmistakable on the international motorsports scene. The inspiration to use the iconic emblem came to the only brother not involved in the engineering business, Mario, who was a painter by profession.

Thursday, 18 September

On Thursday the world’s finest Maseratis will officially start the International Gathering by meeting in the centre of Modena, in Piazza Grande, Piazza Mazzini and Via Emilia, before parading in the late afternoon to the factory on Viale Ciro Menotti. It still occupies the historic red brick complex the company moved to in 1939 after the take-over by the Orsi family in 1937, a move made on the understanding that the Maserati brothers would continue to work there for another 10 years.

At the historic headquarters, which for the last decade has also included a modern office building and a futuristic showroom, event participants will take part in a very unusual dinner in the striking setting of the production lines that manufacture Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio and Alfa Romeo 4C. This represents a unique opportunity for participants to dine in the surroundings of a state-of-the-art production facility, which also works in harmony with the manual skills of Maserati’s highly specialised workforce.

The dinner, during which tenors of the Luciano Pavarotti Foundation will perform, will offer a unique sensory experience, where the senses of sight, taste and hearing will combine to provide an unforgettable event. It is well known that the bond between the great Modena-born tenor and Maserati was always very strong.

Before this, in the afternoon, participants will visit the outstanding “MASERATI 100 – A Century of Pure Italian Luxury Sports Cars,” exhibition which retraces the brand’s history with some of the most important cars from its past. Housed in the futuristic Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari, a few metres from Viale Ciro Menotti, the exhibition will remain open to the public until January 2015. In terms of the historic value of the items on show, this is the biggest international exhibition of Maserati cars ever held and is an opportunity not to be missed for participants in the exclusive Centennial Gathering.

Friday, 19 September

The destination of the gathering’s second stage is linked to the creation of a racing car that was to set a world speed record. On Friday morning participants will drive towards Turin with a break at the San Martino del Lago circuit near Cremona, where the track practice sessions and regularity competition will take place. This is certain to bring out the racing spirit found in every Maserati’s genes, while their familiar comfort will come to the fore during the journey itself.

This leg of the journey pays homage to Baconin Borzacchini and his 16-cylinder Maserati V4, in which the Italian driver set the world record for the flying 10 kilometres, at an average speed of 246.069 km/h, on 28 September 1929 in Cremona. The record was set on a partially unpaved section of straight normal road temporarily closed to the meagre traffic of the time. It is now part of the ordinary road network and open to traffic so Gathering participants will actually get the chance to drive along the route used to set the original record.

Once the activities on the track have been completed, the procession of fine Maseratis will provide a beauty pageant along the streets of Cremona before setting off for Turin, home of the “Avv. Giovanni Agnelli” plant at Grugliasco that produces the new Quattroporte and Ghibli models.

In Turin, the Maseratis will be parked on show in Piazza Castello. In the evening, a gala dinner will be held in the splendid, majestic setting of the Reggia di Venaria palace: a real event within the event!

Saturday, 20 September

The third and final act of the Centennial Gathering will take place on Saturday 20 September; in the morning, the final section of the regularity competition will be held on the climb to the Basilica of Superga. This will be followed by a guided tour of the Grugliasco plant.

The concluding stage of the event, the Concours d’Elegance, will be held in the afternoon. The cars, divided into 10 classes on the basis of year of construction and type, will be showcased in Piazza San Carlo, in the real heart of Turin.

The Concours and regularity competition awards ceremony will mark the event’s farewell to the large number of fans who are certain to attend. Amongst the prizes, some of which will be kept secret until the time of presentation, Maserati has chosen to reward winners with two “Master Maserati” driving courses and an exclusive “Master Italian Lifestyle Experience.”

Further information is available on the “Centennial Gathering” section of the www.maserati100.com sites.

Text courtesy of Maserati.

 
 
 
 
 
From Florian in Germany
 
SALON PRIVÉ - HAMPTON COURT 2014
RICHARD MILLE
 

"Ciao Enrico,

I will send you the photos by "We Transfer"...

We have had 5 cars there:

Maserati 300S
Maserati A6 1500
Jaguar E Type 3.8 S1 flatfloor
Jaguar XKSS
Brough Superior
Maserati Barchetta

Great event - I love the mix of new and old cars. And I bet you will love to see a Barchetta back in public !

All the best,

Florian."

 

A Maserati Barchetta arrives...

...and takes its place at the Salon Privé
 

Maserati 4CS

Maserati 4CS
 

Maserati Barchetta

Maserati Barchetta
 

 

 
 

Jaguar XKSS

Maserati A6 1500 by Pinin Farina
 

 

 
 

Maserati 300S and friends !!

Maserati 300S
 

Maserati 300S

Classic supercars !!!
 

Maserati Barchetta
 
 
 
 
 
From Daniel in France
 
CHANTILLY ARTS ET ELEGANCE
RICHARD MILLE
 

"Ciao Enrico,

More photos from the Concours D'Elegance at Chantilly.

A truly spectacular event !!!

Regards,

Daniel."

 

The Chateau de Chantilly
 

Des Maserati sur le Domaine de Chantilly
 

2014 Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale

1993 Maserati Barchetta
 

2004 Maserati MC12 GT1

2004 Maserati MC12 GT1
 

1973 Maserati Bora Gr IV

2003 Maserati 4200 GT Trofeo
 

1954 Maserati A6 GCS

1954 Maserati A6 GCS
 

1956 Maserati 200 SI

1955 Maserati 300 S
 

1957 Maserati 250F

1958 Maserati 250F Piccolo
 

1958 Maserati 450M58 Eldorado

1961 Maserati Tipo 63
 

1961 Maserati Tipo 63

1961 Maserati Tipo 63
 

1947 Maserati A6 GCS Monofaro

1955 Maserati A6 GCS
 

1932 Maserati V4 Zagato Sport Spyder

1932 Maserati V4 Zagato Sport Spyder
 

1952 Maserati A6 GCM

1949 OSCA-Maserati Mt4 "Siluro"
 

1972 Maserati Boomerang by Giorgetto Giugiaro

1972 Maserati Boomerang by Giorgetto Giugiaro
 

1972 Maserati Boomerang by Giorgetto Giugiaro

1972 Maserati and ItalDesign
 

1973 Maserati Tipo 124 Coupe by ItalDesign

1968 Maserati Simun
 

1953 Maserati A6GCS Berlinetta by Pinin Farina

1949 Maserati A6G Zagato Aerodinamica
 

1933 Maserati 8CM

1932 Alfa Romeo 8C Monza
 

Maserati Ghibli

Maserati Khamsin
 

Maserati Ghibli Coupe

Maserati Ghibli Coupe
 

Maserati Mexico, Ghibli and Mistral

Maserati Bora and Meraks - A wind and two stars !
 

Luisa

Daniel with his daughter Luisa
 

1955 AC 428 Frua

1955 AC 428 Frua
 

1955 Jaguar Michelotti D-Type

1955 Jaguar Michelotti D-Type
 

1970 Ferrari 512 S

1968 Porsche 907
 

1968 Alfa Romeo T33/2

1968 Alfa Romeo T33/2
 

2014 McLaren P1 GTR

1969 McLaren M12 GT
 

1969 Lola T70 MkIII B

1967 Nomad Mk1
 

1964 Porsche 904 Carrera GTS

1964 Ferrari 250 LM
 

1964 Ford GT40 MkII

1964 Ford GT40 MkII
 

1961 Alfa Romeo Abarth Tubulare

1961 Alfa Romeo Abarth Tubulare
 

1950 Bugatti Type 101

1930 Bugatti Type 41 "Royale" Coupe Napoleon
 

2014 Maserati Alfieri Concept

2014 Aston Martin Virage Shooting Brake Zagato
 

1966 Lamborghini Flying Star II

1967 Ferrari 300 GTC Speciale
 

1961 OSCA 1600 GT by Touring

1960 Alfa Romeo 2000 Praho Coupe
 

Citroen SM

1960 Facel Vega HK500
 

The Château de Chantilly at night

The Château de Chantilly at night
 

The Château de Chantilly at night

The Château de Chantilly at night
 

My sincere thanks to Daniel and his daughter Luisa for allowing us to share their photos.

 
 
 
 

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