Preserving and refurbishing the special cars of the Police Force: this is the mission of the Lampeggiante Blu Club, the first club of its kind created for this purpose. Thanks to the Club, we get to see the cars which provided assistance to people in need and which continue to do it to this day by 'taking part' in the BLUE HEARTS videos and calendar: this charity publication is in its 9th edition (the 2021 calendar will be revealed at Auto e Moto d'Epoca) and all proceeds will be given to charity.
From 22nd to 25th October 2020, the Lampeggiante Blu Club is coming to Auto e Moto d'Epoca with three unique models. The first is a 1975 Giulia Nuova Super Giardinetta which was used by the road police. It features a Grazia car body, created according to the specifications of the Polizia per Autostrade S.p.a. Its first livery was police-green; it was subsequently repainted light blue, in compliance with the livery change which took place in 1976. Only 37 models were produced and the one exhibited in Padua is the only surviving model of its kind.
Another unique model is the 1976 Fiat 850 road police bus made according to specifications for the use of the MULTINOVA speed camera system; last but not least, there's the Alfa Romero Giulia Super, given to the Police Force in 1971.A great opportunity not only to get to know unique automotive heritage, but also to remember the many big and small acts of solidarity and sacrifice of the law enforcement agencies throughout Italian history.