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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, FIAT & MASERATI FUTURE

Plans for new Alfa GTV and 8C unveiled


ALFA ROMEO FORMULA 1 GROUP TEST

F1 Alfas from 158 Alfetta to the current day


FERRARI 488 PISTA

Full road and track test of Ferrari’s extreme 488


PAGANI HUAYRA ROADSTER

We climb aboard the first RHD Roadster in the world


ALFA ROMEO ALFETTA GTS

A special edition so rare we’d never heard of it!


MASERATI A6G FRUA

Mysteries of a super-rare barn-find A6G


FERRARI 250 PF BOWTIE

Chevy V8-engined Ferrari: heresy or hero?


FERRARI 365 GT 2+2

Full Collectors’ Guide to the ‘Queen Mary’ Ferrari


FIAT 124 SPIDER

Retracing the route of the pre-1978 Spa circuit in Fiat’s 2018 roadster


MAUTO VISIT

Turin’s spectacular National Motor Museum


ITALIAN CAR DAY AT BROOKLANDS

Another record-breaker of a show: full report


AROC ALFA SPRING DAY

Duxford hosted a huge Alfa Romeo Owners Club meeting


OBSCURATI

Ercole Spada’s ultra-simple Fiat 500-engined Bikini beach car