26th-29th October 2023

Skip the line, buy your ticket on line.



26th-29th October 2023

Skip the line, buy your ticket on line.

17 Aug

What does the Exhibition offer to fans of original design, all things vintage and impeccable craftsmanship?


Vintage designer clothing, accessories, watches, interior design, motor art and hand-crafted creations make a visit to the exhibition all the more exciting. Auto e Moto d'Epoca is a unique Exhibition also owing to the quality and variety of exhibitors.

Among the exhibition halls, visitors will come across professional designers and motor artists, petroliana-style creations, paintings dedicated to motoring history, vintage tailored clothing and handicrafts of the highest quality, along with unique designer pieces inspired by the world of travel.

Auto e Moto d'Epoca is a one-of-a-kind Exhibition in Europe due to the quality and variety of exhibitors. In addition to being the largest marketplace for classic vehicles, spare parts and motorcycles, the exhibition halls also play host to the professional industrial designer Antonio Sassi, who will be attending the event with three of his projects made as static prototypes in a scale of 1:1: a high performance GT, an electric BMW branded sports motorbike and an electric cross-country motorbike.

There will be no shortage of products “Made in Tuscany”, famous all over the world in the luxury leather goods sector. Standing out in this context of craftsmanship excellence, the Machiavelli family business has been operating since 1962. Their painstaking, hand-crafted and meticulously made range includes handbags, backpacks, travel bags, briefcases, bespoke bags for vintage car boots and much more. There is also set to be a wide selection of sportswear by car makes or brands related to the history of motoring such as the official 1000Miglia merchandising.

Jukebox Lanfredi, who specialise in the pursuit and restoration of objects that have marked American and Italian history, has been a point of reference at Auto e Moto for almost a decade. Its line-up includes jukeboxes from the 40s, 50s and 60s, the famous Coca Cola ice boxes and 1950s petrol pumps which match the spectacular classic cars to perfection. The attention to detail and the exclusivity of the products have made it a point of reference for fans and collectors for years.

From France and from Italy, companies specialising in hand-made leather gloves and jackets with a vintage look, to pair up with the car to travel in style and elegance.

Last but not least, you'll also find Officine Castelli which for generations has preserved and handed down the knowledge and history of authentic and legendary Berkel in addition to unique pieces such as scales, coffee grinders, cash registers, vintage objects and modern furnishings.

At Auto e Moto d'Epoca, in particular, they will be showcasing ancient slicers, including a model from 1899, and other horizontal slicers from the early 20th Century; a rickshaw from 1920 imported from the Philippines (restoration time permitting!); a rare Vespa 400, a microcar produced only in France from 1957 to 1961 by Piaggio in collaboration with the French company ACMA; moreover, originating from Renazzo, the birthplace of Ferruccio Lamborghini and known for its tradition of hand-crafted tractors, Officine Castelli will also be bringing a carefully restored 1949 Carioca tractor.

The Motor Art sector is growing, exhibits by Andrea Polcri and a selection of artists from across Europe.