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Tom Lesko ponders the beauty of his well prepped motor with its cool headers from the comfort of his 1965 Spider Veloce. Thanks, Tom, for sending one of my favorite photos.

 

A newly restored Sprint Speciale joins a growing collection of Italian beauties in Richard’s garage

Richard's freshly painted SS enjoys a sunny day in Oregon, before being towed to California.

Richard Lane’s freshly painted SS enjoys a sunny day in Oregon, before being towed to California.

 

From hot rods to fine restorations, we’ve got them all

Even Colby's 1970 Jr. Z has mods.  This one has a 2L engine, among other things.

Bruce Colby’s 1970 Jr. Z has a 2L engine, among other mods.

 

Race cars, creative engine swaps, and more

It's a Lotus.  It's an Alfa!  No, it's Wil Caron's highly original, thoroughly non-originale use of 1978 Alfetta bits and pieces.

It’s a Lotus. It’s an Alfa! No, it’s Wil Caron’s highly original, thoroughly non-originale use of 1978 Alfetta bits and pieces.

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The artist who races, restorations, Alfa postcards,
more race cars and a 145

Anna-Louise Felstead, one of our featured artists, is also a vintage race participant. That’s her on the left.  On the right is a self-portrait depicting her and a friend in a rally car they actually raced.  The art is © 2009 by Anna-Louise Felstead and used with permission.

 

More fine Spiders and hard tops
for your viewing pleasure

This 1967 Duetto just looks right, doesn't it?  It belongs to Rod McNae, who lives on the scenic Whidbey Island, Washington.  Having enjoyed the island several times in my GTV, I can't imagine a finer place for top down cruising.

This 1967 Duetto just looks right, doesn’t it? It belongs to Rod McNae, who lives on the scenic Whidbey Island, Washington. Having enjoyed the island several times in my GTV, I can’t imagine a finer place for top down cruising.

From the ridiculous to the sublime …
trust me on this one!

Concorso 2008 Ecurie Ecrappe Alfa 002

Here’s the ridiculous. (Note the driver’s helmet.) Check out the gallery for the sublime. Photo by Ted Williams.  Click here and here for more. (The second link tells the story of “The Speed Demon of the Pampas.”)

 

An AUSCA Spider and a whole lot more

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Gordon Raymond’s 1965 AUSCA Spider goes nose to nose with his Ferrari 275 GTB (See more about the 275 GTB on the Ferrari page).

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TZ or not TZ that is the question … from TZ to shining TZ …Lame jokes aside, see more great art & photos here

quinlisk tz at targa florio web

Copyright 2009 Jerry Quinlisk. Used with permission.

 

Tom Sahines’ historic racer and a whole lot more

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Tom Sahines in his historic race car. See the pictures below for more information.

Are you brave enough to drop your Spider’s convertible top in winter … even on your honeymoon?

a Jerry Quinlisk SNO track day

Jerry Quinlisk created this terrific scene showing a bevy of creatively winterized Alfa SNOmobiles. To see more of Jerry’s art, or buy your own, track him down on AlfaBB or email jquinlisk at comcast dot net. Art is copyright Jerry Quinlisk 2009. Used with permission.

a michael williams juandefucacamp

Serious Alfisti Michael and Tamara Williams went on a honeymoon to remember … in their 1969 Duetto. They took it on a 3200-mile trip that included tents and trees, as seen here.

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Tamara and the Duetto, dressed for a winter festival of lights parade in Sacramento, California.

a michael williams snowball

The Williamses’ Duetto is dressed for winter in northern California’s Snowball rally (Not run by us; ours would be the SNOball rally).

Richard Banks’s personal 1600 Sprint GTV … and more

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The is the personal GTV of Richard Banks, owner of Alfaholics, a business that developed out of Richard’s decades-long affair with Alfa Romeos. See more photos of his car below.

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