April 21, 2024

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Linkage #017 — Modena

The 17th Issue of Linkage — Modena — will be on its way to subscribers soon. Here’s a sneak peek at what you’ll find inside:

Donald Osborne takes us to the heart of Italy’s Motor Valley, and looks at what it is that makes this region so unique. Later, Osborne goes in-depth with Adolfo Orsi on his family’s years with Maserati, and his roots in Modena.

Jay Leno takes us inside the Lamborghinis that displaced Ferrari within his own collection.

Jim Pickering finds the Italian influence within his American icons.

Greta Gooding discovers the soul of Modena living in Pacific Palisades, whether it be at a Sunday visit with Phil Hill or carving canyon roads in a Lusso.

Massimo Delbo dives into the short drive — and direct link — between the talent at Ferrari and Lamborghini. Later, he takes a close look at Pagani’s operation, also in the heart of Italy’s Motor Valley.

Basem Wasef explores 10 icons from Modena — and how the area’s influence impacted a greater Italian motoring industry.

Sara Ryan finds out how a young collector found his way from oddball, uncommon cars into an Italian love affair with Alfas from the 1970s and 1980s.

And finally, Arizona Auction Week takes center stage in our auction coverage, including Barrett-Jackson’s new record total in Scottsdale. Chad Taylor’s expanded feature on auction week presents highlights from all the area’s auctions in one report — and later, Chad Tyson takes us to Mecum’s record-breaking Kissimmee auction, where blue-chip Ferraris led a 4,000-car event. From Retromobile, Ferrari expert Steve Ahlgrim discusses the sale of a 1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Competizione and how it fits with the upper levels of the current Ferrari market.

Linkage #017 features all that and much more, and subscribers will see it arriving in their mailboxes soon. Not yet a subscriber? Sign up here

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