One of South Florida’s best and most eclectic cars and coffee gatherings is certainly the Supercar Saturdays Florida at Lamborghini of Broward. Held every 2nd Sat of the Month, we took the opportunity to visit this month to make up for the canceled September edition (Hurricane Irma). We also wanted to show off our very Italian Alfa SZ! The event is from 10am-1pm and typically concludes with an impromptu lunch rally. You can become a part of the Supercar Saturdays Florida Social club with additional gatherings, meets and rallies throughout South Florida. The rain did not let up but that did not stop the die hard drivers and fans from coming out. Visit the Supercar Saturdays Florida official site for more info. On to the pics!!!
As we prepared for Hurrican IRMA we could not help but feel concerned for the arrival of our latest Container to the Port of Miami. Irma, the most Monsterous Hurricane in all of Florida’s History passed through the Keys days after our Alfa Romeo SZ, Il Mostro landed at the port. This shipment is particularly special as it brings our usual assortment of engines and parts as well as one of the Rarest Zagato Designed production cars every created! Number 55 of 1000 Produced, this modern classic is Super Italian and Super Collectible. A design study that revealed Alfa’s future vehicle styling highlights, it is literally a concept car put into production! Based on the successful and sporty 75 chassis, the car was tuned by the motorsports director for true high performance sports car handling. Styled by Alfa Romeo designers internally and built at the Zagato factory, the SZ – short for Sprint Zagato, comes from a lineage of beautiful performers. The car is serialized and only came in Red. There are a handful of factory variations in terms of interior color, exterior color, and accessory equipment. It’s design utilizes “plastic” in the construction of all body panels and gives the car an extremely unique and mesmerizing look. It is truly a fantastic blend of 80’s boxiness and ’90’s smooth aero!