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On sale 4th April

In the month that Ferrari launched its new 488 Pista at the Geneva Motor Show, we have a real mix of exotic cars and everyday machinery in this month’s issue. In the exotic camp are Clint Eastwood’s unique open-top Ferrari 365 Boxer, a 1950s Maserati with an air of mystery to it and Alfa Romeo’s stunningly aerodynamic 8C 2900 that won Le Mans. Affordable classics include two modern Abarths – Strada 130 TC and Abarth Punto – plus the ‘made in Italy’ Innocenti Mini Cooper and 1970s saloons from Alfa Romeo and Lancia. Add in a dash of classic Monte Carlo rally magic and classic car shows from Turin and Stoneleigh, and we think most of your Italian car needs are covered!

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ALFA ROMEO 8C 2900 B

A real treasure: Alfa’s Touring-bodied 1938 Le Mans winner


FERRARI 365 GT4 BB

Clint Eastwood’s unique targa-roof Berlinetta Boxer


FERRARI GTC4LUSSO

Making a case for the big Ferrari V12 4x4 bruiser


FIAT RITMO/STRADA

We celebrate 40 years of the Fiat classic and its hot Abarth 130 TC spin-off


ALFA ROMEO 6 VS LANCIA GAMMA

Big executive saloons, 1970s style, slug it out


MASERATI 150 GT SPIDER

The story of a little-known, mysterious prototype racer


INNOCENTI MINI COOPER

Why Italy’s Mini is superior to the British-built one


ABARTH PUNTO BUYERS’ GUIDE

The full low-down on Abarth’s underrated hot hatch


GENEVA MOTOR SHOW

1960s concept cars join Ferrari’s new 488 Pista


RACE RETRO SHOW

Rally cars starred at the historic motorsport show


RALLYE MONTE CARLO HISTORIQUE

Lancia triumphed while many other Italians shone


AUTOMOTORETRO

How we went to Turin and accidentally came home with a car


OBSCURATI

The Pininfarina Rondine presaged Fiat’s 124 Spider