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There’s a definite ‘lost cause’ theme running through our September issue. One of the biggest fish to slip through the net was Alfa Romeo’s 155 GTA Stradale of 1993, long lost but now found – and driven by us. The Aga Khan’s 1974 Maserati Quattroporte would surely have made a great production prospect. Speaking of which we have six pages devoted to Italy’s greatest concept cars that should have made production, but tragically didn’t, such as our Alfa 33/2 cover car. We also pop round to Horacio Pagani’s place to see his Lamborghini Countach. If you like small cars, you need to read our Abarth 500 buyers’ guide, while for a bit more money, you could own a Ferrari – check out our guide to every sub-£50,000 model.

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ALFA ROMEO 155 GTA STRADALE

Before the Alfa 156 GTA came the 155 GTA, and we’ve driven the long-lost prototype


ALFA ROMEO JUNIOR ZAGATO

Re-evaluating Alfa’s quirky 1970s coupe


FERRARI GTC4LUSSO T

Driving Ferrari’s turbo tourer to remote Ardnamurchan Point


ITALIAN CARS THEY SHOULD HAVE BUILT

Great concept cars that missed production


LAMBORGHINI COUNTACH

Horacio Pagani tells the story of ‘his’ Countach Anniversary


MASERATI QUATTROPORTE

The Aga Khan’s personal car on test


ABARTH 500/595/695 BUYERS’ GUIDE

The best things so often come in small packages


MODENA 100 ORE

One of the greatest events in the Italian calendar


COLLECTORS’ GUIDE: YOUR FIRST FERRARI

Buy a classic from Maranello for as little as £20,000


TEAM CARS

New Alfa Giulietta joins the fold, plus updates on our Alfa SZ, Fiat Doblo and Fiat Panda


OBSCURATI

An all but unknown Ferrari-based racer called the Carma FF