My mate Riccardo is a passionate car collector. He was in the past also a car racer and he competed in classic car races with various Alfa Romeos, his first love. He has accumulated a load of cars (plus a few motorbikes) in his amazing workshop near Orte in Italy, less than an hour north from Roma.
His hobby is restoring his fleet of old cars and he spends loads of time in his workshop. To visit him is to see some living history. I know very little about cars and even less about classic Italian cars so to spend some time with him is to share his passion and long experience. As well as the cars and bikes, he has endless shelves full of spares as well as partly built cars and he seems to know every spare part and engine, he has a story to tell for each!
Here follows some pictures and prices but note that the prices are only a guide, he is open to reasonable offers. The prices are fairly high cos he loves his cars and he seems to want to keep them all, but of course he is ready to consider offers. And if you wanna see the cars then if you fly into Roma (Ciampino if possible) I can always take you there for just petrol and motorway costs. So here we go with the current stock:
Number 1. Simca Rally Group 2, 1973. 18,000 Euro.
Number 2. Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint. 1963. Totally original and very low miles, rust free. 55,000 Euro.
Number 3. Alfa Romeo 1900 Saloon. 1957. Totally original and no rust. 50,000 Euro.
Number 4. Alfa Romeo 1750 GTAM Autodelta 1970. 150,000 Euro as is or 300,000 Euro fully restored.
Number 5. Mini Innocenti Cooper Export 1300. 1974. 14,000 Euro.
Number 6. Porsche 924 Turbo 1979 with new engine. 12,000 Euro
Number 7. Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Group 1 track car. 1971. 30,000 Euro.
I can promise you that all of these cars are well worth seeing and Riccardo is always pleased to show folks his car over a coffee or a beer. These prices are ALL open to offers.