As a car guy, one of my favorite things on social media is when a friend announces that they are looking for a particular car. I take those posts as … Continue Reading 1966 Alfa Duetto – Any Color You Like, But Probably Red
Parts. Bin. Engineering. Manufacturers use parts from other brands all the times. It can be significantly cheaper to source parts-counter bits than creating your own. Sometimes those brands are in … Continue Reading 1967 Fiat Dino Coupe: Itsa Bitsa Anyway
We’ve discussed before how convertibles were very much a dying breed going from the 1970s into the 1980s. While there were a handful of holdover cars from another era from … Continue Reading 1984 Toyota Celica GTS Convertible: Rare, Especially in This Condition
Having learned to drive in an old Alfa Romeo Spider, I have always been partial to two-seat roadsters. One of the best feelings in in my world is carving the … Continue Reading 1993 Mazda MX-5 Miata: Disposable Sports Car #4
Right off the bat, the 1983 Fiat X1/9 is a mid-engined, wedge-shaped, Bertone-designed sports car. It has a life-off targa top, a 5-speed manual transmission and fuel injection. Even displacing … Continue Reading 1983 Fiat X1/9: Disposable Sports Car #1
The Series 3 Alfa Romeo Spiders are generally dismissed as the bottom of the barrel when it comes to classic Alfa convertibles. On the other hand, many of us who … Continue Reading 1985 Alfa Romeo Spider Graduate: Last of the “Pod” cars..