Many stylistic changes. Engine upgrades, not so much.
According to you.
Some of the sweetest classic Italian metal is coming up for sale later this month. Here are our favorites.
With that much power, that much tire, and a little wheelbase, this thing must be absurd to drive.
While North Georgia has some great classic car deals to offer, it's South Carolina where all the Italian rarities hide, in a barn.
We can't look away.
Ride along as this driver tip-toes through the famous hillclimb course.
We chat with Beast of Turin-tamer Duncan Pittaway who revealed what it's like to steer pure madness.
This might be the most hardcore Fiat we've ever seen.
Sure, it's not fast, but it still looks like a whole bunch of fun.
With that much grip, it seems like anything's possible in this little sports car.
Can't afford a new McLaren? Nothing a little fabrication can't fix.
BECAUSE IT IS VERY, VERY LOUD.
A few key tweaks made this $25,000 drop-top a compelling driver, in a way that differs from the other car built on the same platform.
Is this the future of car buying?
Think of it less like a barn find and more like a museum find.
Who cares if they get banged up a little? They were already in rough shape.
Who needs a turbo?
As Alanis Morissette might say, isn't that ironic?
Can serious discounts get people in Fiat showrooms?
This video of the rally-prepped version of Fiat's latest roadster makes us wonder why Fiat doesn't just sell every 124 this way.
How do you like your cheap speed? Rear-wheel-drive and two seats, or front-wheel-drive and a big hatch?
Alfa Romeo's plan to build a Giulia-based, rear-drive roadster has apparently fallen by the wayside
Now this we can get behind.
Choosing a brown-on-brown Fiat 850 Sport Coupe as your first car is a great way to build character, to say the least.