Friday, April 15, 2011

Fuoriserie 2011, the vintage cars protagonist

At the fair of Rome is Fuoriserie, the appointment with the cars and motorcycles will be on display and for sale in the days of 16 and 17 April. In essence, will be 2 days of full immersion in 38,000 square meters of exhibition area where there will be 800 vehicles between 2 and 4 wheel, which will attract about 20,000 visitors.

Among the pavilions Fuoriserie, there will be spoiled for choice as much as 500 cars of different segments - from Ferrari to Fiat 500 - will be ready to change hands for sums ranging from 3,000 to 200,000 euros. The event was divided into different sectors. One for shopkeepers and restaurateurs, which involves fans, connoisseurs and collectors.

There will be major brands more than others that have entered the hearts of Italian and European motorists as Porsche, Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Jaguar, MG, Aston Martin, Triumph, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Lancia and BMW. There is also a Chamber composed of individuals who sell their vehicle, one with clubs and registration of trademarks, two of which will hold two rounds of time trials with regularity in the streets outside the exhibition hall there in a while will be a track with electric models "vintage".

You will then be a thematic exhibition on the 50 years since the birth of the Jaguar E-Type - with an exhibition of this model that has made the history of motorsport and has been appreciated by fans and professionals - and the show car very rare collection of high. As shown in the exhibition "Cars & Comics", visiting where visitors can admire some of the models that have been featured or appeared in the simple world of comics: the Citroen DS Inspector Ginko to Diabolik Jaguar E-Type, Volkswagen Beetle cabriolet that ruffled the hair of Dylan Dog and Valentina, the protagonist of the comics of the late Guido Crepax, until the Fiat 500 Lupin III alternated with Mercedes-Benz SSK and the Alfa Romeo Gran Sport.

A novelty is represented by the 2011 Competition for Elegance classic car that will see the cars take part in classes 1930-1950 and 1951-1970. The cars will be judged by a panel of experts consisting of Egon Hanus, former editor of "The Crank," Col. James Matteace, former director of the Military Historical Museum of Motorization and Fabio Roberti, chief editor of the magazine "GT".

The last two sections are devoted to the replacement market - with an entire hall with ad hoc pieces sometimes impossible to find - and that given to the objects of so-called "extrasettore" products with a vintage flavor often unrelated to the automotive world.

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