Sunday, June 21, 2015

1000 Miglia Alfa Romeo at the Rodeo Dr Concours

I think that the most special parts of an antique car are the little things that aren't factory parts. The dealership that sold the car putting a tag on the dash or glovebox door (like last weeks Dodge at the San Marino) or a timing tag from El Mirage, Harpers, or Rusetta, or like this garage tag. Of course, some cars are one of a kind, but for the rest, there are more than one, and they all came from the factory the same unless they had something happen to them of significance, like winning a race, etc.

Interesting fairing

1 comment:

  1. I'm fascinated by the way the wheels are attached. That is so cool.