Tutto Italiano

By Frank Maldari
Photos by Terry Rushbrook and Dave Pratt

I continue to be amazed at how fortunate we are to have so many significant Alfas in New England. Tutto Italiano always seems to bring out the best! This year in attendance was George Fogg’s very rare TZ2, which represents in many respects the epitome of Alfa Romeo’s racing effort in the early to mid 60s. Just seeing this car in person would have made anyone’s visit to Tutto Italiano worthwhile. Also drawing special attention were Roger Cassin’s beautiful-in-black 1900 CSS and Fred Frey’s recently-imported and groundbreaking design Junior Zagato. [Seems like there was another Fred in AONE who owned a Junior Z a while back… —Ed.]

Alfa Romeo’s 100th anniversary brought a significant turnout of superbly preserved and restored Spiders, GTs, and Berlinas. Although time and space do not allow detailed descriptions, without exception every car and owner exhibiting at this year’s show deserves recognition and thanks for coming.

Congratulations to the following award winners.

People’s Choice
1965 TZ2, George Fogg

Museum’s Choice
1954 1900CSS, Roger Cassin

Early Spider
1959 Giulietta, John Darack

Early Closed
1971 Berlina 200, Giorgio Kradjian

Late Spider
1993 Spider Veloce, Howard Wagner

I would like to thank all of our volunteers who stepped up to direct cars onto the lawn and provide their knowledge in judging. These are the people who gave up much of the day to make this event a success. You guys are awesome!Tiny Quadrifoglio


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