Cars between past and future for the 38th edition of the C.A.M.E.R.

The 38th edition of the C.A.M.E.R. Mostra Scambio once again proved to be a success, with over 36,000 visitors registered during the two days of exhibition. The 55 thousand square meters available have been literally occupied by over 1600 exhibitors who have crowded every corner of the Reggio Emilia exhibition center. The president of Camer, Maiko Rosati, declares himself satisfied with the number of visitors and the introduction of the online ticket office, which has made it possible to avoid long queues at the cash desks.

From all over Italy and from every corner of the world visitors have come to admire the “Past and Future Motor Valley” set up by the Camer Club, where there were unique pieces in the world and priceless as the legendary Auto Avio Construzioni 815. Built in two copy by Enzo Ferrati in 1940, is the only surviving model, being the other one left destroyed by a sporting competition. Also by Enzo Ferrari it was possible to admire a Ferrari F40, and coming out of the Modena area, a Lamborghini Countach, a Maserati GT 3500, a De Tomaso Pantera, a Bugatti EB 110, the first Bugatti built in Campogalliano, a Pagani Huayra roadster and a Dallara Stradale.

The panels on display at the meeting point, which illustrate each photo of the founder of the car company along with some historiographical information, can be retraced again within the gallery of Fiere Reggio Emilia website and on the homonymous Facebook page. Among these, there is also a photograph of the end of the 19th century which shows, in black and white, the first automobile in circulation through the streets of Reggio Emilia, coming from Milan.