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ASA 1000GT

ASA 1000 GT. Artwork by Italian grand masters.

For a long time, Enzo Ferrari argued that a number of twelve cylinders was the minimum standard for the cars that could bear his name. Nevertheless, the Italian car grandmaster revised his starting point. Ferrari wanted to generate a stable income stream to continue to support its core business. Ferrari was looking for additional finance for the racing activities of the Italians. It forced the Italians to develop a car with a smaller engine capacity. That step foreshadowed the ASA brand, which existed from 1962 to 1967.

Back in the days…

Our world used to be different. Print media was running at its best. And TV had started its rise. New cars were recommended by men like Fred van de Vlucht, the Godfather in the Dutch car field. Characters instead of chatters Van der…