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Gallery: Forza Italia at Classic Car Sunday

23rd July 2022
Henry Biggs

British marques are obviously very well represented at Classic Car Sunday with more Jaguar E-types, Triumphs and Minis than you can shake a dipstick at. And of course MGBs, so many MGBs. But other nations make a strong showing as well, not least Italy.

Today was no exception with some stunning cars of all eras lining up on the Grid and filling the paddocks. The GRRC Showcase itself featured an impossibly long and low Lamborghini Espada alongside a Ferrari 512BB and simply stunning Lancia Flaminia Sport.

Elsewhere were Dinos of both the Ferrari and Fiat flavour, several Alfa Romeo Spiders including the original Duetto boat-tail version and its Fiat 124 rival. And of course there were many stunning coupes including a delightfully delicate Lancia Fulvia, a svelte Alfa Giulietta and the oddball Giulia Junior Z. It's enough to make you want to move to Milan

Photography by Joe Harding, James Lynch and Toby Whales.

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