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4860 – Auction Milano Autoclassica

McLaren
  4860 is the number of the registration given me by RM-Sotheby’s for the largest auction of cars, in according of the opinion of many, in the automotive history, and not only; inside the halls of the Fiera di Milano Rho for the winter edition of Milano Autoclassica. It was definitely a particular emotion participate in the auction, both as a spectator, but also from almost “buyer”...

Body shop mechanic and car manufacturers, bewitched by boats

mercedes-AMG cigarette
  It is nothing new that designers and coachbuilders of the automotive field have focused on boats project, in particular on large yachts. Giugiaro has created partnerships with shipyards as Cranchi and Abbate and has signed a project about a new Baglietto long 48 metres, Antalia, in 2007. Norman Foster (McLaren F1) has signed projects of some futuristic yachts that are been admired – or at...

The list of the most read posts of 2015 of Automotive Space

2016
  Automotive Space doesn’t aim the news, but the analysis and insights in the automotive sector. The list of the 10 most read post of all time, is the evidence that our objectives have been achieved. The 10 most read posts of Automotive Space   Cadillac Man: fantasy or reality? Some interesting data collected in Italy, useful… everywhere!; (11 Comments) Mystery shopping activities...

The list of the most read posts of 2014 of Automotive Space

Post letti nel 2014
  It seems that during these Christmas Holidays, and for the end of 2014, the most popular blogs,– not belonging to an editorial group, used to do a roundup on the best posts published in the last year. I want to practice this custom as well, and in order to be impartial during my choice, I commit it to St. Google (Analytics) so that it will choose the 10 most read posts, regardless of the date...

Mclaren says goodbye to wipers?

Fantozzi
  From the Fantozzi’s Bianchina car to the world rally, the wiper blades are one of the few components common to every car. Thinking to do without them? Madness! The more daring are the rally drivers, capable of striving with lucky systems if necessary: two laces and little else to operate them manually when the electronics abandon them. Perhaps the future holds a more refined technology to...
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