An opportunity to purchase a unique classic automobile with a prestigious history in the Mille Miglia race. From the iconic Saab 93A to the elegant Fiat 1500 6C, each car boasts a remarkable history and is primed for this year’s event, commencing from Brescia on June 11. Discover their fascinating racing past at Heijstee Classics, your destination for vintage automotive excellence.

Saab 93A

In 2009, this ‘93A’ became the first Saab to participate in the Mille Miglia Storica since Charlie Lohmander won first in class in the last Mille Miglia race ever held in 1957. It successfully participated in the 2010 event, driven by Jan-Ake Jonsson, former CEO of Saab Automobile.

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Rover 75 P4

Despite the Rover P4, affectionate nickname of “Auntie Rover,” the P4 was not to be underestimated. In 1955, Paolo Lando Barsotti drove a P4 in the Mille Miglia; the same year, Stirling Moss and Denis Jenkinson took first place, adding a touch of glamour to this solid and reliable saloon car.

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Lancia Aurelia B22 Berlina

Built in 1953 this Scuderia Lancia S.R.L. works car saw its first race in the Rally del Sestiere driven by Emilio Christillin. More recently it took part in the 2019, 2020 and 2021 Mille Miglia.

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Fiat 1500 6C

Sold new to Luigi Villoresi on November 12th, 1936, the car competed in the Monte Carlo and Mille Miglia rallies as part of the Scuderia Ambrosiana team in 1937. With its authentic Smoke Black paintwork, original leather interior and 1936 bodywork by Pieber, the car is in its original state with no modifications.

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Lancia Aurelia B21 Berlina

Technically rebuilt in 2021 this Aurelia B21 is in excellent condition. Original paint and interior, flat chrome trim. The car is certified eligible to participate in the 2024 Milli Miglia event (registration certificate available upon request).

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Italy’s most
famous car race


After the Italian Grand Prix abandoned Brescia for Monza in 1927, Counts Aymo Maggi and Franco Mazzotti teamed up with Renzo Castagneto and Giovanni Canestrini to create the legendary “Mille Miglia”. This figure-of-eight endurance race spans 1,000 miles from Brescia to Rome and back. The event was reborn in 1977 as a race for classic and vintage cars. Participation is limited to vehicles produced by 1957 which had attended (or were registered to) the original race.


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