In response to Alfa Romeo’s request for a TZ successor, Autodelta’s co-founder Ludovico Chizzola built this prototype for Alfa Romeo to opt for its own design—the TZ2—so the car remained a one-off. After completion, this unique Alfa Romeo remained the Chizzola family’s property until it was bought by the current vendor at Bonhams’ Nürburgring Sale in August 2000.
Known in the Chizzola family as the “TZ1½,” the car is a development of the original TZ. The un-numbered Read More
This car is a stunning styling statement, a jet-age objet d’art very much of its time that has also proven timeless
One of Ghia’s most famous designs, the Supersonic was not merely a brilliant fashion statement; it was, in many ways, the result of economic necessity. The two-seat sports car featured stylized, streamlined forms, subtle tail fins, a delicate use of brightwork and a taut, swept-back roofline.
During the fall of 1953, Luigi Serge traveled to Detroit to Read More