Founded in 1919 by Andrea's grandfather, Ugo Zagato, the Milanese studio has remained not just relevant, but at the forefront of beautiful and functional automotive design.
Known to many as 'the guy' when it comes to anything Alfa Romeo, Conrad Stevenson has built a reputation tackling a wide range of restorations.
As far as road car bliss goes, it’s hard to top a four-liter flat-six and three pedals.
Our first-ever Petrolicious Talks guest is Ralph Gilles, Head of Design at FCA. When he's not leading automotive design at one of the world's largest car companies, he's tinkering on classics and driving his Alfa Romeo GTV.
Their custom racing suits and gear have helped keep racing drivers alive since 1970.
It may not be a genuine 550 Spyder, but this one is even more of a go-kart than the original.
John Campion shares another radical Lancia from his impressive collection.
Though it’s no longer in the Brumos Collection, this Bahama Mama is still in the right hands.
A top tool for gentleman drivers of the era with serious Mille Miglia pedigree and a proper example of just how innovative Lancia could be.
This spider is powered by a not so itsy bitsy 395hp V8.
Real car enthusiasts appreciate everything, but everyone has a type.
Bringing Italian stallions back to life from the ground up.
A quintessential piece of British roadster history, perfectly restored, and still driven often.
Penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro, stripped down and hot rodded by Autodelta, the GTA is pure Alfa Romeo DNA.