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Vehicles of ICF



Are you a serious car or motorcycle enthusiast? Then you need to attend ItalianCarFest!

Seeing some of the vehicles that are shown at ICF is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Below are highlights from our past shows - some of the rare, unusual and historic cars and two-wheelers. To see more photos, please go to our Facebook page, which contains albums from each year (you don't have to have a Facebook login to view the albums):
ItalianCarFest on Facebook.


Ferrari F40 featured on Fast N' Loud



1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale





1957 Ermini racecar

An Alfa-powered beauty!



2008 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione



1966 Lamborghini 400GT

A rare and absolutely stunning car.



Bugatti EB110 SS

Yes, Bugatti was originally a French company. But after being out of business for many years, the name was resurrected by an Italian company. The car you see here is an Italian designed and built Bugatti. The SS model featured multiple turbos and over 600 horsepower.



1954 Maserati Motorcycle



1935 Fiat 508S Mille Miglia Aerodynamica Coupe

This Fiat spent most of its life in Italy and one of the previous owners was the Mayor of Milan. Was also entered in some recent runnings of the Mille Miglia.



1962 Fiat O.S.C.A. 1500



1968 Lamborghini Islero 400GT

The Isleros are fairly rare cars. But this one was owned by Ferruccio Lamborghini himself - it was his personal driver of the Islero model. It features a custom wood gas cap which was added for him because of his appreciation of woodwork on boats from the period.



2013 Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Race Car



Ferrari 365 GT 2+2



1953 Arnolt-MG (Bertone-bodied)



1977 Maserati Bora



Ducati 750 Super Sport



1979 Ferrari BB 512



1930 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Gran Sport

This car was privately entered in two runnings of the original Mille Miglia. Although a privateer car, it was supported by Scuderia Ferrari (before building his own cars, Enzo Ferrari ran the race team for Alfa Romeo).



Lamborghini Miura



Ferrari F40 Prototype - 1987

This was the very first F40 built. Used for testing, it has some differences from a standard F40. And it is believed that this car was driven by Enzo Ferrari himself.



1967 Alfa Romeo Gran Sport Quattroruote Zagato Roadster

A 60's 'replica', on a modern chassis, of the 1930's 1750 Gran Sport (one can be seen above). But replica may not be a good description considering it was built by Alfa and Zagato, the two responsible for the original Gran Sport. Only 92 were made. According to previous owners, this car was the one used in the filming of the movie "Deadlier Than The Male" starring Elke Sommer, released in 1967.
(Photo by Matt Bradley)



1961 Ferrari 250 SWB

You don't see many of these vintage Ferraris around. This car has competition harnesses and is still taken out on the track!



1961 Fiat 500D



1954 Vespa



1983 DeTomaso Longchamp GTS

DeTomaso was made famous by the Pantera and most people know a Pantera when they see it. But the DeTomaso Longchamp is very rare, especially in the U.S. The GTS model is even more so.



1967 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

2013 BEST OF SHOW



1980 BMW M1

2012 BEST OF SHOW

An entrant in our new class, The Italian Connection, this car was designed by Giugiaro.




1966 Ferrari Dino 206 SP racecar

2011 BEST OF SHOW



1964 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

2010 BEST OF SHOW



1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal

2009 BEST OF SHOW



1965 Ferrari 275 GTS

2007 BEST OF SHOW



1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal

2006 BEST OF SHOW
(Photo by Dennis Thompson)



Lamborghini Diablo VT

2005 BEST OF SHOW



1983 Ferrari 512 BBi

2004 BEST OF SHOW



2003 Ferrari Enzo

2003 BEST OF SHOW
(Photo by Chris Layton)



1971 Iso Grifo Series 2

Like the DeTomasos, the Iso is another car with Italian style powered by a U.S. motor. This car features a high-performance Corvette motor. Interestingly, it also features an automatic transmission. Chevrolet did not offer this engine with an automatic in the Corvette, but Iso special-ordered the engine/auto combination.
(Photo by Chris Layton)



Alfa Romeo Zagato Junior



1960 Bandini Formula Jr.

Front-engined and powered by a Fiat 1100, the car has a top speed of 132 to 137 MPH.



1961 Zagato Bristol



1959 Fiat Abarth 750 Zagato Double-Bubble

The couple that owned this car bought it in the late 50's or early 60's. They kept the car for quite a while, but ended up selling it. Much later they decided they wanted another one and tracked down the original car, purchased it in pretty poor condition and restored it.



1991 Ferrari F40

The F40 was the first supercar that really got a lot of public exposure and recognition. People everywhere knew about its high level of performance and expensive pricing.



1995 Ferrari F50

Ferrari's magnificent follow-up to the F40 supercar.
(Photo by Chris Layton)



2003 Ferrari Enzo

Always popular with the crowd, there has been an Enzo at three ICF shows.



Lancia Appia Zagato



1971 and 1973 Intermeccanica Indra

Intermeccanica is another marque combining Italian style and American power.
(Photos by Chris Layton)



1986 Alfa Romeo GTV6 Callaway

Yes, that Callaway. Before building the Callaway Corvettes, Reeves Callaway made a few Alfa Romeo GTV6 twin-turbos.



Fiat 1500



DeTomaso Mangustas



Fiat Abarth 1000 OT



1959 Taraschi Formula Jr.



Dino Ferraris







1999 Laverda 750S



Lamborghini Espadas
(Second Photo by Chris Layton)




1980 Abarth Formula 2000



Moto Guzzi



1971 Intermeccanica Italia

Two more beautiful Intermeccanicas.



Ferrari 365s







Abarth Allemano racecar



Unrestored Ducati 160



1972 Maserati Indy
(Photo by Chris Layton)



Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato



Ferrari 275 GTS
(Photo by Chris Layton)



1966 Maserati 5000 GT

Body by Frua.
(Photo by Chris Layton)



Ferrari 355 Challenge Cars



Moto Parilla




1965 Innocenti 'S' Spyder

Designed by Ghia; Built by Innocenti on an Austin-Healey Sprite Chassis



Maserati Ghiblis
(First Photo by Chris Layton)




Ferrari 330 GTC
(First Photo by Chris Layton)



Maserati Merak
(Photo by Chris Layton)



Fiat 124 Coupe racecars



Rumi



Autobianchi Bianchina



Lamborghini Jalpa



1961 Ferrari 3Z Zagato SWB California

This very unusual car was shown by our friend from Oklahoma, Toly. A Zagato creation from the early 70's based on an early 60's chassis.
(Photo by Chris Layton)



Fiat Jolly



1967 Lancia Flaminia GT

A very rare aluminum-bodied classic.
(Photo by Chris Layton)



Abarth Dolphin



Ducati "Bevelhead"



Fiat 600D



1978 Ducati 900 SD Darmah



Citroen SM

Citroen is a French marque, but when this car was created they owned Maserati. So the car was designed and built with power provided by a Maserati V6 - the same engine used in the Merak. But for this application, the V6 was reversed, mounted way back in the engine compartment and used to power the front wheels.



1975 Lancia Fulvia 3



Ducati 907ie



Alfa Romeo GTV Spider

You don't see many of these later models around, considering they were never officially imported to the U.S.



Qvale Mangusta
(Photo by Chris Layton)



Mondial 50



Maserati 3500 Spyder
(Photo by Chris Layton)



Lancia Scorpions







1985 Maserati Quattroporte



1967 Fiat Abarth



1982 Laverda Jota

Entering the show!



Alfa Romeo Giuliettas & Giulias






Ducati 750 F1B



Fiat 124s

Most people are familiar with the Fiat 124 spider, but what about the wagon, sedan and coupe?.



 


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