Automotive Masterpieces' Highlights

The highlights are the gems of Automotive Masterpieces. Cars with a traced past and history, full of vintage photos and rediscovered documentation.
To achieve this result are cars in "Researches & updates ONGOING" mode and which have owners who (in whole or in large part) supported and funded to the research proposed by us.
In any case, all the cars on the site are real "Automotive Masterpieces", so we invite you to browse out of the highlights.

1968 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2

  • Coachbuilder: -
  • Chassis n°: 75033014
  • Engine n°: 0028

Originally bodied as a classic 'Daytona' coupé for the Autodelta works team, chassis '014' placing 7th at the eponymous Florida enduro and 3rd at the gruelling Targa Florio. 

Private collection

1969 Porsche 911 S Race Car

  • Coachbuilder: -
  • Chassis n°: 119301155
  • Engine n°: 6522811

Ex Patamia and Govoni. Prepared by Sportwagen as S/T for Targa Florio 1973 and 1974. 

Private collection

1970 March 701

  • Coachbuilder: -
  • Chassis n°: 7018
  • Engine n°: TBD

Colin Crabbe’s Antique Automobiles team and the car of the Ronnie Peterson's Formula 1 debut. 

Private collection

1974 Lancia Strato's HF

  • Coachbuilder: Bertone
  • Chassis n°: 829AR0001512
  • Engine n°: 135C00-0008322

This Strato's ex-Works has participated and won the World Rally Championship 1974 with the Lancia-Marlboro team. 

Private collection

1975 Lancia Strato's HF chardonnet

  • Coachbuilder: Bertone
  • Chassis n°: 829AR0001868
  • Engine n°: TBD

One of only three Strato's chardonnet built and the most winning Strato's in rally history. 

Private collection

1976 Lancia Strato's HF

  • Coachbuilder: Bertone
  • Chassis n°: 829AR0001683
  • Engine n°: TBD

It won in the 1977 Rally Montecarlo #1 Munari/Maiga (1st OA) among other several races. 

Private collection

1978 Lancia Sibilo

  • Coachbuilder: Bertone
  • Chassis n°: S12201
  • Engine n°: 829AR0C0

Futuristic prototype for a supercar, constructed on the chassis of the Lancia Stratos and design by Marcello Gandini for Bertone. 

Corrado Lopresto (IT)