Four door Lambos, beautiful Bandinis, fast Fiats
Mark Stehrenberger’s work is familiar to us all, we probably just don’t know it. Sorta like James Patterson, that mysterious writer who has sold more books than both Stephen King and John Grisham. Our man Wallace Wyss uncovers the man, presents his work and his many interesting comments about the state of the art.
What exactly is an Etceterini ? Are they fun to own and drive? What’s the history and what does one do with one? We start this week, but the final word will come a bit later from the author of “La Sport e i suoi artigiani” himself, world famous Italian car historian Andrea Curami. Only here in VeloceToday.
New to VeloceToday is Simon Wright, who totes a good camera, knows his cars and how to write as well. His first for us is a short on the Fiat 500 Trofeo cars at Birmingham UK. We wish the new Fiats were in the U.S. now, but Chrysler seems intent upon NOT. Much more of Simon is on tap for next month as we get deeply into Citroens, designers, and old old Renaults.
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