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Valentino - Valentino is a successful Italian car salesman. He's about to get married and get promoted, but there is only one problem: he's not Italian.

Valentino - Valentino is a successful Italian car salesman. He's about to get married and get promoted, but there is only one problem: he's not Italian.

Here's Your Chance to Buy The World's Coolest BMW M5 Wagon, 1995 "Elekta" - made for Italian market

Here's Your Chance to Buy The World's Coolest BMW M5 Wagon, 1995 "Elekta" - made for Italian market

Switzerland is neutral. And its auto show, one of the world’s most important, also doesn’t have to show allegiance to any other country. The annual Geneva International Motor Show isn’t about Italian flashiness, French quirkiness, or American muscle. It combines all those things, and a lot of money, to build a reputation as the show for supercars. But that doesn’t mean manufacturers don’t show cars for regular folk too, even if many of them are only available to Europeans. From the most…

Switzerland is neutral. And its auto show, one of the world’s most important, also doesn’t have to show allegiance to any other country. The annual Geneva International Motor Show isn’t about Italian flashiness, French quirkiness, or American muscle. It combines all those things, and a lot of money, to build a reputation as the show for supercars. But that doesn’t mean manufacturers don’t show cars for regular folk too, even if many of them are only available to Europeans. From the most…

1956 Boano Ferrari 410 Superamerica Cabriolet

1956 Boano Ferrari 410 Superamerica Cabriolet

Bugatti T35: Winner, 1927 Targa Florio.  From the June 1927 Racing News:. "When the well known Italian driver, Materassi, dashed home a winner of the 1927 Targa Florio, he secured the third win running in this race for Bugatti, and incidentally completely vindicated the principles of the Molsheim manufacturer. Ettore Bugatti has always adhered to his principle of building racing cars to sell to the public, and entering these cars, and these cars only, in races." Artwork by T. Upson

Bugatti T35: Winner, 1927 Targa Florio. From the June 1927 Racing News:. "When the well known Italian driver, Materassi, dashed home a winner of the 1927 Targa Florio, he secured the third win running in this race for Bugatti, and incidentally completely vindicated the principles of the Molsheim manufacturer. Ettore Bugatti has always adhered to his principle of building racing cars to sell to the public, and entering these cars, and these cars only, in races." Artwork by T. Upson

Cable Car or Helicopter Is the Only Way to Get to This Italian Oasis. See you on the slopes.

Cable Car or Helicopter Is the Only Way to Get to This Italian Oasis. See you on the slopes.

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