Retro Classics 2017: Italian classic car jewels promised for Stuttgart show
A host of stunning Italian classic cars will take centre stage at this year’s Retro Classics in Stuttgart, Germany in March.
Organisers remain tight-lipped on exactly which models visitors will be able to see at the show, which takes place in March, but are promising that some rare models will be on display.
The cars in question will come from the Collezione Umberto Panini Motor Museum (pictured above) and the Museo Stanguellini.
The ‘Italian Passion’ display will headline what promises to be the biggest Retro Classics yet. The show now boasts a total floor space of 130,000 square-metres and 3500 cars.
The increase is thanks to an extra 5000 square-metres of exhibition space that’s been added. And, with a new hall set to open in 2018, stands the Stuttgart show shoulder to shoulder with other must-see European shows such as Retromobile Paris and Techno Classica Essen.
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