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Concorso Italiano

2004 Concorso Italiano (photo review - part 1)
By Andrew Gardner; photos by the author
Dec 5, 2004, 23:26 PST
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The Concorso Italiano has always served as a great opening event for the Monterey car weekend in August. The massive flux of Italian dream machinery that pours onto the Monterey Peninsula is first focused on the Black Horse golf course in the Fort Ord community, just over the hill from the Laguna Seca racetrack.

 

The sounds of high-pitched, small displacement Italian V6's, V8's and V12's serve as trumpets to announce the entering of a huge crowd of automotive enthusiasts and beloved automotive personalities.

 

At Concorso Italiano, the celebration is so huge, it is easy to get lost in the sea of red automobiles, and it is hard to find a focus. This year, rather than struggling with that or trying to take all of it in, we just decided to enjoy this wonderful celebration of Italian engineering and art. And so we share with you the best of our photographic records of the event - this is really what Concorso is all about, enjoying beautiful automobiles. So, we invite you to do the same: Mongia! Mongia!

 

 

 

Bob looks up the model name on this special open top Alfa

 

 

 

 

 

 

A look inside a time machine...

 

 

 

 

the Apollo GT convertible...the fantastic creation of our Design and Technical editor, Milt Brown

 

 

 

 

Something looks odd about the tail nd of this Murcielago...

 

 

...Four exhaust pipes!

 

 

 

 

The Shelby GR-1 makes a guest appearance at the Concorso Italiano...Bob Gardner gets a good look at those sexy fenders

 

 

I know it says Dino, but...

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Maranello Row

 

 

One Murcielago reflects another...

 

Thanks for stoppin' by www.MotorSportsCenter.com! Y'all come back now, y'hear?! 

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