Over the last couple of weeks, we have attended superb events and today we take a closer look at three of most remarkable cars we captured. Taking the prestigious Coppa d'Oro Villa d'Este in last weekend's Concorso d'Eleganza was this fabulous Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale. Built to competition specs, this is a great example of one of the all-time great cars, which combined a Franco Scaglione design with the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 racing car underpinnings. Very few were built, and the chassis 75033.110 has survived in a stunningly original condition.
A week earlier, at the Spa Classic, we saw the competition debut of this Porsche 962C. It is one of the very last built and was not raced by the original owner. That has now been sorted by the Group C car's second owner, who will also field the car the upcoming Le Mans Classic in July.
Among the many great cars that competed in the Tour Auto this year was an ex-works Lancia Stratos. Boasting considerable period competition history, this Stratos was originally fitted with a rare fuel injection engine. In this Group 5 guise, it was raced in the 1975 Giro d'Italia by Arturo Merzario. Subsequently raced by Jolly Club, the Stratos was recently sold to a Hong Kong based enthusiast after being part of a Swiss collection for nearly three decades.

Enjoy the links:

1968 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale - Chassis 75033.110 - Ultimatecarpage.com

1974 Lancia Stratos HF Group 4 - Chassis 829AR0 001529 - Ultimatecarpage.com

1990 Porsche 962C - Chassis 962-174 - Ultimatecarpage.com