The long-awaited appointment with Auto e Moto d’Epoca is approaching (October 22 – October 25, at Fiera di Padova) and arrangements are proceeding at full speed: all the exhibition halls have been confirmed (the event occupies the entire Fiera) and visitors from all over Europe will be there. This year’s edition will be an opportunity to celebrate an array of “important” birthdays, including 110 years of Alfa Romeo and Jaguar’s 85th, 60 years of Lancia Flavia and Range Rover’s 50th.
The excellent response from all sectors – from the car market to spare parts and automobilia, from clubs to car manufacturers to companies dedicated to conservation and maintenance, objects and vintage clothing – confirms enthusiast’s desire to meet up and reaffirms the Show as a “certainty” in this year marked by uncertainty, an essential point of reference: an appointment that generates significant inducements and will help bring some oxygen to the tourism sector operators in the city, struggling with a difficult economic situation.
Among the novelties of this year are two important exhibitions dedicated to Italian ingenuity and tenacity in the history of two and four wheels. The first exhibition, The ordinary becomes extraordinary, is organized in collaboration with ACI Storico and offers a selection of brands and models from post-war Italy, to celebrate the all-Italian ability to transform ordinary cars into prestigious custom-built vehicles and racing cars. The second, The Man Who Defeated the Giants, will be entirely dedicated to two wheels, with more than 20 unique models from Genesio Bevilacqua’s “Moto dei Miti” collection, to tell the story of Athea Racing.
The kermesse dedicated to motor enthusiasts attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year: the organizing company Intermeeting and Fiera di Padova have developed a plan that includes a series of anti-contagion measures designed to allow visitors and exhibitors maximum serenity.
To find out more on the event and how to visit the show: https://autoemotodepoca.com/