1952 Porsche 356 1500 Coupe
1952 Porsche 356 1500 Coupe

Mille Miglia 2016 – Picture Gallery

Mille Miglia 2016 – Featured Picture Gallery Page Two

1945 D.B. Citroen Spider
1945 D.B. Citroen Spider
1937 Jaguar SS100
1937 Jaguar SS100
1934 Aston Martin Mark II Short Chassis
1934 Aston Martin Mark II Short Chassis

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1938 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 MM Touring Spider
1938 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 MM Touring Spider
1947 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Spider Colli
1947 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Spider Colli
1947 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Spider Colli
1947 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Spider Colli

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  1. What a wonderful way to start my day……..Julien’s pictures captured not only the incredible cars of the 2016 Mille Miglia but the beauty of the Italian countryside. Many of the shots brought back the wonderful memories of the old world towns and villages that were so special to my husband and I on our Italian adventure several years back. We traveled some similar roads in our rented MB but alas, no Mille Miglia stickers or fanfare for us!

  2. Wonderful photos of a great event. But, on page 7, the Austin Healey identified as a 1955 100S is actually a 1958 100 Six. A small detail in a fine presentation.

  3. A wonderful way to start your day? These photos are a drug. I’ll be sitting here perusing them ALL day, I’m afraid. I tell myself, just one more page. When those are looked at I tell myself, just one more page.

  4. Instead of repeating, “I like ’em,” I’ll say about Julian’s pictures that they made me feel as if he was seeing the event through my own eyes, as if I was there. There is much more to an event than the cars. I enjoyed seeing the countryside and all the people, and cars shown relative to their surroundings. Yeah! I like how he photographs.

  5. When I photographed the Mille Miglia in 1986-87-88, there were 255 to 303 cars with one night and two days to get the photos. Now with well over 400 cars, it must be an even greater challenge. Hope you had some help. Regards, Steve Snyder, PhotoMedia