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The remarkable vintage car exhibition seized the attention of all visitors during the prestigious Mercanteinfiera event, the renowned fair dedicated to antiquities and modern collectibles held at the Parma Fairgrounds until March 10th. Within the expansive Pavilion Two of the eclectic Parma expo, visitors were taken on a journey through time, marveling at an impeccable selection of iconic vehicles.

Among the undisputed stars of the show, legendary brands like Lincoln, Buick, and Cadillac stood out, each with its fascinating history. Among them, the 1947 Cadillac Convertible Coupe, which made its appearance on the set of the famous television series Miss Fallaci, produced by Paramount Pictures. Alongside it, the 1950 Pontiac Cabriolet, famous for its role in the film Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies, caught the eyes of attendees. Not to be outdone, the 1958 Cadillac Cabriolet, once owned by the illustrious Hotel Cipriani in Venice, added a touch of Venetian elegance to the event, while the 1947 Lincoln Continental V12 convertible, produced in a limited edition of only 400 units, enchanted enthusiasts with its rare beauty.

Among the exhibited gems, the legendary Pininfarina Testarossa, a symbol of Italian prestige and engineering, and the Maserati Presidential Quattroporte Third Series AM330 4.9, the favorite car of President Sandro Pertini, stood out, lending a touch of nobility to the entire exhibition.

With over a thousand exhibitors from all corners of Europe, the event stood out as a true melting pot of culture and passion for the world of vintage cars. The official opening was presided over by Ilaria Dazzi, the brilliant Marketing Manager of the Parma Fairs, who kicked off this extraordinary celebration of vintage automotive excellence.

© Press office Cavalieri Garage & Co.


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