Dustin Hoffman immortalized the beauty and freedom of the Alfa Romeo “boat tail” Spider in the 1967 Oscar winning film, The Graduate, and from then on Americans fell in love with affordable, fun to drive Italian sports cars.
Pininfarina, designer of the Ferrari 250 GT, designed the Alfa Romeo Spider and the Fiat 124 Spider. Recently, Alfa Romeo introduced its new supercar the 4C Coupe and this year Fiat introduces a new Fiat 124 built in cooperation with Mazda.
So anyone who loves vintage Italian cars should not miss Viva Alfa Romeo Car Show 2016. Head to Market Street, in Celebration Saturday, Nov. 5. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the street will be filled with vintage Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia classic cars such as: the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA, Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato GT 1300, Alfa Romeo 2000 GT Veloce, Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider, Fiat 124 Spider, Fiat 128, Fiat 850 Familiare, Lancia Monte Carlo Series, Lancia Fulvia Coupé and many more.
The annual car show is presented by the Mid Florida Alfa Romeo Owners Club and features cars from all over Florida. Visitors can speak with owners and get up close and personal with vintage sports cars. And of course downtown Celebration also offers lots of great places to eat or just enjoy a coffee or ice cream.
Alfa Romeo and Fiats left an imprint for many who grew up from the 1960s, 70s and 80s and today they are affordable collectible Italian sports cars. Any owners of an Alfa Romeo, Fiat or Lancia can enter their car in the show or bring the family and enjoy a day filled with vintage Italian sports cars.
For more information on the show go to http://www.alfafla.com.