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Good grief, that's some serious machinery.

Machinery that's used and enjoyed, as intended, by the looks of it :). Thank you for posting the photos, Olaf. A mouth-watering start to the centenary year ...

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What camera?

Great photos. The history associated with those cars fills books. Thank you for sharing. What camera did you use for these?
Hello Velocedoc,

Nikon D70S (from 2005) with 18-70 mm ED lens specification 1:3.5-4.5.
ISO 1600 (early pictures with ISO 800, which was a bit to low) with the whitebalance on artificial light. No flash used.
Aperture from F 3.8 to 5.0 and shutterspeeds between S 1/15 and 1/100 of a second depending on the light.

Ciao! Olaf

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Cars present

Hello members,

Some of the cars present:

P2 Grand Prix
P3 (Tipo B) Grand Prix
6C 1750 (Various)
8C 2300 Zagato Le Mans (1931)
8C 2300 "Corto" Corsa Spider Zagato (1932)
8C 2300 "Lungo" Corsa "Le Mans" Carr. Touring (1932)
8C 2600 Monza (1933)
8C 2300 Monza (1934)
8C 2900A Botticella (1936)
6C 2300 Castagna
6C 2500 Pininfarina Cabrio
6C 2500 Freccia d'Oro
6C 2500 Villa d'Este

Tipo 159 Alfetta
Disco Volante
Giulietta SZ
Giulia TZ
Giulia Sprint GTA
Junior Zagato 1600
Tipo 33/2
Tipo 33/2 Stradale
155 V6 Ti DTM

1900 Berlina and Sprint
1900 Ghia Aigle
2000 Sportiva

The whole range from 1900 Berlina up to 159 including 8C Competizione Coupe and Spider

80 Alfa's in all! It was great!!!

Ciao, Olaf
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