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  • The Vernasca Silver Flag – the closest to a Suixtil festival we’re going to get?

    September in Italy and things get busy. Alex, our partner from Suixtil Benelux, had decided to take the Nash to the Vernasca Silver Flag and share the spirit with the participants there. The reception he got there was a little beyond his wildest expectations, as you’ll notice from the gallery of photos he brought back. …

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  • A Labor (Day weekend) of love at Lime Rock

    So it was that the Labor Day at Lime Rock was a double (and some) feature this year: Mariano, our Suixtil USA distributor, was there with a superb and properly appointed stand. He also, these things cannot be helped, brought a race car (see the opening photo) along, because, you know. He had a great …

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  • It’s time to add a little Benzina to your blood!

    We are thrilled to have discovered, thanks to James Nicholls, our friend and Australian Ambassador, that adding a little Benzina to your diet – maybe just 4 times a year – at least to start with a subscription, or more often if you’re going with the slightly diluted content made available through their social media …

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  • Monterey Race Week – The winning combination

    Time after time, Race Week amazes and this year did not disappoint. While the mood was somewhat more cautious than usual, the joyous occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance – postponed last year because of the pandemic – brought much to look forward to. Also, there were several other changes, …

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  • The Kraantje Lek Memorial in the Netherlands – another great occasion to celebrate

    The Dutch Vintage Sports Car Club (DVSCC) organized a short route around Overveen and Zandvoort in the spirit of Maus Gatsonides, a great local hero and Monte Carlo winner: . The tour,  called the Kraantje Lek Memorial (KLM – talk about branding…) was reserved t0 pre-war cars and was scheduled to drive around the region. …

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  • The BelleVue ’50s make it big with Classic & Sports Car

    It’s another feature-packed issue of Classic & Sports Car – 512BB, Bora, DuPont – you name them it has them – and we’re therefore thrilled that our friend Mick still found the way to slot our BelleView ’50s our latest (re)creation into its gear section. With quite a complimentary review, we might add.  But then …

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  • Grazie Mille (that was easy…)

    It was that time – just slightly off the regular timetable of the 1000 and everyone (at least everyone we know) were looking at whether things would work out –  and how? – for the Mille Miglia. Last year’s edition had to be dramatically curtailed because of the pandemic and this year’s good signs about …

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  • Classic & Sports Car reviews our new Rio!

    What’s the expression about lightning not striking twice – guess what?, it’s wrong. And the other thing – it’s great to have friends in high places – thank you very much Mick – so that we can bring you news of our latest efforts in the very same issue that covers such matters as the …

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  • BAM! Octane does us the honors (again)!

    And yes, the latest edition of Octane – the one with the “Holy Trinity” on the cover (no, it did not -as much as we wanted to, we would have even probably paid good money -well, $4 at least- for such a qualifier) refer to your favorite clothing brand but rather to some incredible feature …

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  • Cavallino Classic from the inside….

    While Mariano (and Julia – his wife – who keeps him somewhat in check) is now firmly in the distributor seat for the USA, he still had to honor some of the commitments he had made before taking on the Suixtil mantle (what a pun 😂). First on that list, oh yes, there will be …

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