2023 Milano AutoClassica confirms itself as an unmissable event.

November 20, 2023

Milano AutoClassica reached its 13th year, reconfirming itself as an essential event for lovers of historic cars. The 2023 edition, held from November 18th to 20th, also offered an interesting mix of models of all types and historical periods, with a wide selection of cars on sale to suit all tastes and budgets. Among the cars on display, an exceptional example of Automotive Masterpieces: the red 1939 Siata 1100 Coupé, Chassis no. 508C-238030 that was 16th OA at the 1940 Gran Premio di Brescia delle Mille Miglia, owned by the collector Edoardo Tenconi since 1971. An unexpected fact should be noted for an event that follows shortly after the great event in Bologna: the presence of uncommon cars. Some of the most interesting Ferraris were on display, such as the 296 GT3, the 1954 750 Monza and the 499P winner of this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans. Worthy of note was the still futuristic 1995 Alfa Romeo Castagna Vittoria, one-off created on the basis of the Alfa 75 V6. Roberto Giolito, head of FCA Heritage, and former original designer of the 1998 Fiat Multipla, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the model's birth, created and presented at the fair the "Multipla 6x6", a commemorative example as part of the "Reloaded by Creators" project. Alongside the large numbers of cars from the past, the latest innovations were added, with the presentation of the most beautiful latest generation sports hypercars. Milano AutoClassica 2023 was also an opportunity to carry out very interesting sales or exchanges, as we were told: in a moment of market caution, if you look carefully, there was no shortage of opportunities for the most attentive.