What car(s) can you identify in this open-air junkyard in the Bavarian Alps?
Although it’s operated by Porsche today, the test track was largely designed and built by Fiat.
The highlights from the show included a Teilhol Tangara and an all-original Fiat 128.
What cars can you identify in these pictures of Lyon, France, taken in the 1950s and 1960s?
Join us as we check out the car landscape in Rome, Italy.
Participants from all over the region showed up at the starting grid with an eclectic selection of cars ranging from home-made racers to purpose-built open-top single-seaters.
We think the Fiat 500 Giardiniera would have made a great little pickup.
This 500 is one of the few patina’d example we saw in Rome last month.
The next Fiat 124 Spider will be built alongside the Miata in Hiroshima, Japan.
This 126 is one of the few unrestored classic Fiats we spotted in Rome a few weeks ago.