Interclassics Brussels was a couple weeks ago and I was lucky enough to go with Jobjoris since I was already in France for the End of WWI Centenary. This has to be the biggest car show/market I’ve ever been to. Three huge halls filled with every classic European (and some American) car you can think of plus some. Most of them for sale. It’s held in the imposing and huge Brussels Expo building which was built in the mid 30's for a world’s fair.

The architecture gives off that “World War II is coming” vibe. World Expo ‘58 was also held here and that’s when they put up the amazing Atomium nearby.

Anyway, this time of year it holds lots and lots of awesome cars. Here’s a bunch of pictures of them.

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A two-engined, 4X4 Citroën 2CV Sahara
This Iso Isocarro 400 truck was one of my favorites. It looks like a grasshopper. Here it’s serving coffee.
Bizzarrini P538 built in 1970

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This ‘64 Iso Rivolta GT also has an insectoid face.
Orange Espada. Mmmm

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Beautiful blue Glas 1700 GT.
Amphicar!
A Messerschmitt KR200 with an added convertible top. This is pretty common when the original plexiglass domes break.

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This is a rare 1939 NSU/FIAT 500 A Weinsburg. These were license built Topolinos manufactured in Germany by NSU.
A 1975 Audi 100 Coupé S. A very handsome car that was apparently terrible.
1956 DKW 3=6 Sonderklasse

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A beautiful BMW 700 Coupe. This was the car that put BMW back on track in the 50's.
Belgian built 1925 Minerva AB Roadster that’s apparently only had 4 owners since new.

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Sexy curves on the Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale
1967 Fiat Dino Coupé. I like it in yellow.

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1939 Alvis 4.3 Litre Special
The legendary Austin Princess
The even more legendary Tatra 603

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1973 Maserati Bora
1965 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint Coupe

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This is a 2600 Berlina from 1962, one of Alfa’s oft forgotten “big” saloons.
Fiat Topolino 500 C

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I thought this Michelotti designed Lancia Appia Convertible was one of the prettiest cars in the place.
A Maserati 4000 with a healthy amount of patina. This car came from Florida, so it’s a good thing it’s fiberglass.
Vespa 400

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The very first Alpine, the A106.
1937 Delage D8-120 Cabriolet with coachwork by Chapron.
1962 Facel Vega Facel II

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Never seen one of these before. An Artega GT.
1972 Lancia 2000 Berlina. This car looks like it was built 10 years earlier. It is pretty, though.

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Another favorite of mine was this 1955 Fiat 1100 TV Transformabile.
Fiat 2300 Berlina. I don’t know what pissed it off.

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Camargue. An ugly name for an ugly Rolls. This one is gloriously 70's
DBS

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Lancia Flaminia GT
A real Ford Escort Mexico
1968 SIMCA 1200S Bertone Coupé. These are too cool,

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A rare 4WD equipped Citroën Mehari

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A rare Rumi Formachino scooter.
1949 Porsche 356 Gmündt
An aluminum bodied 1950 SIMCA 8 Sports Cabriolet with great patina inside and out,

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‘55 Fiat 1100 TV Spider Allemano
An another awesome Michelotti design, the Fiat Shellette.

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And finally, a Lambo