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Model Masterpiece Alfa Romeo Giulietta Giulia Sprint Speciale

RM/Sotheby’s is offering a 1960 Giulietta Sprint Speciale in a beautiful shade of dark blue, with a pre-sale estimate of $125,000-$175,000. The value rise for these cars has been most dramatic since around 2010.


The inaugural Los Angeles Summer Concours d’Elegance brings its exclusive mix of fine foods and even finer automobiles to the California coastline this Saturday, June 4th. In an attempt to deserve the title of a city widely regarded as a mecca of art and culture, the LASC promises to deliver an inclusive automotive and culinary experience for a select few.

Roads & Rallies 2016 California Mille Review

This past April, 25th-28th, the west coast’s tribute to the historic Mille Miglia wound its way though 1000 miles of California countryside. Now in its 26th year, the California Mille is a vintage road rally for cars that would have been eligible for the original Italian street race.


This weekend, a cavalcade of over 150 pre-1974 classic cars will assemble in Beverly Hills to be judged on their originality, beauty, and historical import. Held at the private estate of the eponymous Greystone Mansion, the Concours d’Elegance boasts entrants from all around the world, with equally diverse vehicles from marques as exotic as their coachwork.

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This week, residents of southern and central California are being treated to the rattle and hum of the 26th anniversary of the California Mille. The drive amounts to 1,000 miles of the best backroads in California, through the hills and beside the Pacific Coast.


La Jolla is Spanish for “The Jewel,” an apt name for some of the most breathtaking beaches in California and a similarly stand out Concours d’Elegance. A world-class event, this concours offers over 300 pristine and historically valuable vehicles judged by a panel of experts, many of whom have judged at Pebble Beach in the past.

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Since 1994, all 100,000 square feet of the Petersen Automotive Museum have occupied the well-travelled corner of Fairfax Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles’ famous “Miracle Mile.” The brainchild of the late Robert E. Petersen, the museum focuses on sharing his passion for the automobile and exploring its impact on American culture.