Italian steel and Australian humidity don’t mix.
This small, regional show tends to offer an eclectic selection of cars.
Today, this Alfetta has probably been recycled into playground equipment.
The highlights from the show included a Vignale Gamine and a clean BMW 318 (e21).
Parked for over a decade, this Spider ended up being used for parts by an Italian car repair shop.
To this day, this Giulia remains one of the rustiest cars I have ever seen, let alone owned.
The quadrifoglio verde traces its roots back to a highly superstitious Alfa Romeo driver.
Alfa is telling show-goers in Frankfurt that it has been building sports sedans for much longer than BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
Alfaholics’ custom-built GTV packs a 240-horsepower Twin Spark engine.
Held annually, the Rallye National du Laragnais takes place on closed public roads that are narrow, fast-paced and very windy.