Auto e Moto d’Epoca returns to Padua in October with a load of news

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Auto e Moto d’Epoca returns from 21 to 24 October 2021 in the spaces of Fiera di Padova with many innovations and 115,000 square meters of exhibition. In recent days, the online sale of tickets has begun on the website of the event, of what is to all intents and purposes the most important event in Europe for the historic car sector. The 2021 edition, however, promises to be the only major European fair dedicated to classic cars and therefore the attention is high. There has already been a boom in bookings for all sectors of the fair, confirmed the presence of the main car manufacturers and a very strong international presence.

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“Passion returns to Padua – says Mario Carlo Baccaglini, organizer of Vintage Cars and Motorcycles for more than thirty years – This sector continues to show great energy, enthusiasts of all ages grow and there is a great desire for participation. Dealers and dealers have already responded enthusiastically and the exhibition spaces are selling like hot cakes. Collectors and lovers of engines from all over the world meet in Padua and we are ready to welcome them with many news “. In addition to the large market of historic cars for sale and the well-stocked spare parts sector, Vintage Cars and Motorcycles will allow you to take a journey into the past of motoring with a look to the future.

Michele Di Mauro

Among the novelties there will be a special focus dedicated to vintage motorsport and racing cars A particular stage will host models such as the boats and the “torpedoes” that raced before the war alongside the Formula 1 cars, the Touring cars and the protagonists of the rally of the sixties and seventies. Another focus will be dedicated to new car craftsmen and restomod specialists, one of the latest trends in restoration that brings together modern technologies with the past of the historic vehicle. A rapidly growing trend in the world of engines and which today is recognized in a consolidated current of thought, thanks also to renowned private collectors and the interest of some car manufacturers.

Michele Di Mauro

The ASI – Automotoclub Storico Italiano for the first time will occupy half of pavilion 4, together with the numerous federated clubs, with the ASI Village. An area where the Bertone Carrozzeria Historic Collection, recently acquired by ASI, will be exhibited, which includes 79 vehicles, chassis and models. In Hall 3, on the other hand, there will be ACI Storico with two thematic exhibitions: the 100th anniversary of the Guzzi brand and the Italian Speed ​​Touring Championship.

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