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  • Dustin you are absolutely correct, it's a 1948 Alfa Romeo Nardi Danese Convertible. It was one of the cars I illustrated for the luggage U-Haul truck for this event.

    from Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA
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  • Fred Talmadge

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    Thanks for the education, not as pretty from the front, but that engine makes up for it.

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  • Guest (Vincenzo pinto)

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    It's a stunning de tomaso Pantera, an italian car powered by Ford. One of my favorite car of all times.. Greetings from Italy !!;)

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  • Guest (Craig Oesterling)

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    Mr. Blank, thank you so much for sharing your story and especially the photos! They are all beautiful.

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  • Guest (Wim)

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    Great event. Excellent photography. Superb website.

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  • Matthew Lange

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    @Harry Laurent yes it is a 365GTC4. Contrary to popular belief the C4 engine is not the same as the Daytona although it shares the same basic block, the heads are different, it's wet sump and has a slightly lower compression ratio. They also drive very differently.

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  • Guest (Larry)

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    What prey tell is the red no.68 car on page 4?

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  • Dustin Rittle

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    The number 68 car looks to be a Arnolt Bristol coupe

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  • Guest (KID)

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    Loved the Ferrari Vignale 212, but adored the Cisitalia 202 Nuvolari from Cooperstate 2013 (can see it here: http://tinyurl.com/kykecbk).
    I'm a proud owner of a Simca 8 Sport cabrio (http://tinyurl.com/mbp3qte) a close relative to Cisitalia 202 (http://tinyurl.com/l99tgjr) - both with Pinin Farina design but mine with Facel Vega build and Fiat motor.
    Great european cars!

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  • Guest (Alexandru)

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    The Miura is a great vehicle. I just saw one a couple of days ago in the airport in Bologna: http://somekindoffail.tumblr.com/post/86423617119/lamborghini-miura-displayed-in-bologna-airport

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