Journal: Borghi Automobili - Milan, Italy

Borghi Automobili – Milan, Italy

By Petrolicious Productions
December 13, 2012

Garage: Borghi Automobili

Location: via Trezzo d’Adda 14

20144 Milano, Italy

Why it’s interesting: In the heart of Milan, the city known for iconic cultural brands like Alfa Romeo, Campari, Prada, and many others that scream “Italian”, there is a little garage that specializes in everything English.  Borghi Automobili is both a showroom selling new Morgans as well as a mechanic’s garage specializing in vintage British cars.  Of course, we were pleased to also find a handful of rare Italian beauties, such as a one-off Maserati race car from the 50’s and a super rare Bandini.  The two Borghi brothers who run the shop will charm you with their genuine passion for the sport.

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Alistair Mutch
Alistair Mutch(@alistair)
2 years ago

It’s good to see coverage for this company. We were travelling across Europe for two months in a Morgan Aero Coupe when it broke. We were near Milan and got to them late afternoon. They had the repair complete by 10am the following morning. They had the part in stock, Morgan only made about 20 Coupes so figure that out! Amazing care and service. They also get involved in racing and other brands like Caterham and Radical. Real petrolheads and lovely people.

rodolfo caggiano
rodolfo caggiano(@rodolfo)
8 years ago

Beautiful place and beautiful patina! Borghi bros are two real gentlemen. The new url is:

Raman Vivek
Raman Vivek(@ramanvivek)
9 years ago

nice article

Christopher Gay
Christopher Gay(@christophergay)
9 years ago

Put me to work. Love me my tools and workshops.
I can only hope that some this know-how and work ethic is getting passed down to the younger generations.
Thanks for sharing! I look forward to seeing more.

Afshin Behnia
Afshin Behnia(@afshinb)
9 years ago

Thank Chris! Will definitely be posting more garage profiles. Say, don’t you have a nice garage….?