Three Zagato fuoriserie cars took part at the fifth edition of Poltu Quatu Classic Concours of Elegance, organized by Auto Classic and Between Comunicazione. The Milanese Atelier models, bodied in the 60’s for Alfa Romeo, Lancia and Osca, paraded through the itineraries of the Costa Smeralda, from July 10 to 12. They are respectively a Gran Sport Quattroruote Zagato, created in 1965 by the publisher Gianni Mazzocchi to celebrate the glorious GS Zagato of the 1930s; a Flaminia Sport 3c, a favorite car among many, by the actor Marcello Mastroianni, which has been awarded with the prestigious ASI prize; and a rare Osca 1600 GTZ in white livery from a relevant German collection of Italian brands automobiles. The Poltu Quatu Classic international jury, hosted by Prof. Paolo Tumminelli, judged six categories in concourse. The “Dolce Vita” class represented the ideal liaison between The Costa Smeralda appeal and the gentleman driving approach, typical of The Milanese signature.
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