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History seems to be repeating this month, as we feature a string of cars that mingle past and present. We have several new ‘restomods’ – including a modern Ferrari 250 GT Breadvan, a 21st century Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale and a rebooted Ferrari 250 GT SWB – plus a memorable encounter with the exquisite Alfa-engined Effeffe Berlinetta. We also compare and contrast the two most exotic cars of the early 1960s: Ferrari 500 Superfast and Maserati 5000 GT Allemano. Tested this month is a very rare Alfa 75 Turbo QV limited edition, while a freshly restored Abarth Simca 1300 ‘Longnose’ gets its first UK shakedown. We also celebrate a few golden anniversaries, with the 50th birthday of Fiat’s 127 – the world’s very first ‘supermini’ – as well as the Fiat 130 Coupé and 128 Coupé, and we remember how the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 took a famous win a Brands Hatch in 1971. Top that off with a story of how the designer of the Lancia Fulvia coupe upset Giovanni Michelotti and your Italian car reading pleasure is complete.

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MODERN REVIVALS

Alfa 33 Stradale, Ferrari 250 Breadvan & 250 GT SWB reimagined for 21st century


EFFEFFE BERLINETTA

Alfa Romeo-based artisan arrival


FERRARI 500 SUPERFAST V MASERATI 5000 GT

Early 1960s exotics go head-to-head


FIAT 127 AT 50 YEARS

Celebrating the world’s first supermini


1971: FIAT’S big year

Not just the 127, but 128 and 130 Coupés, too


LANCIA FULVIA COUPE V FIAT-OSCA GT

Did Lancia steal Michelotti’s thunder?


ALFA ROMEO 75 QV 1.8 TURBO

Rare ‘ASN’ special edition on test


ABARTH SIMCA 1300 LONGNOSE

Sensational coupe completes UK restoration


ALFA ROMEO TIPO 33

How the 33 stormed Brands Hatch in April 1971


FIAT 124 SPIDER & COUPE RIUNIONE

Biannual sports car gathering in New Zealand


OBSCURATI

Drogo Ferrari 250 GT SWB