Just a few days left for the fourth Milano AutoClassica, the classic car show. Travelers to Milan, Italy can visit the fair from 20 to 22 March at Fiera Milano in Rho. This fair inaugurates the spring automotive season, with extraordinary participation by important car manufacturers. Milano AutoClassica is the fair dedicated to enthusiasts, specialists in the field and whoever wants to draw closer to the fascinating world of Classic Cars. The Fair originated from a love for the sector, but equally from a willingness to spread and consolidate this feeling among the younger and more dynamic generations.
Milano Autoclassica is back in 2015, even bigger and better than before. Covering a more extensive exhibition area, with ample areas to test-drive the cars in the open and special events planned for enthusiasts, the curious, and newcomers, making it possible to fully experience classical and sporting cars, together with the world that revolves around them: magnificent vehicles, accessories, special events and Guest Cars; restorers, registers, models, and an area dedicated to private sales.
Starting with Lamborghini, present in three guises with the official manufacturer, the Lamborghini Museum and its top dealer in the North of Italy, the Bonaldi Group. Aston Martin will be taking part with its splendid Instant Classic ONE 77 and Maserati, in addition to an official stand by the parent company and the museum, will make this an unforgettable show for those visitors who get to drive a custom car alongside a driver from the Maserati Driving School.
Again this year, the approved outside track, the only one of its kind, will be the main player at the show with a busy calendar of events ranging from the Formula Junior cars from the fifties to the Maserati drive experience, through to the Alfa Romeo test drive and the rally cars.
In the Fiera Milano pavilions there will be good participation by the most beautiful examples from the Ferrari Museum. The prancing horse will also be presenting the three queens of this show, convertibles produced in extremely limited series that can only be admired at this edition of Milano AutoClassica.
Finally, there will also be the historic Fiat Torpedo 2800 owned by Fondazione Fiera Milano. Registered in May 1948, this blue Torpedo is today one of the many testimonials to the history of Fiera Milano, stored and treasured in the Historical Archives of Fondazione.
For more information visit, http://www.milanoautoclassica.com