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For Italian Car, Cycle and Scooter Enthusiasts from the Southwest

We are a group of Italian vehicle enthusiasts based in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Our members own Alfa Romeos, Ducatis, Ferraris, Fiats, Lamborghinis, Lancias, Maseratis, Vespas and other Italian marques.

Our biggest event is ItalianCarFest™, an all-Italian vehicle show held every year in Grapevine, Texas.

Our Monthly Meetings

We have monthly business meetings on the third Saturday of each month, with the meeting starting at 10:00 AM. For more information, go to our Calendar of Events page.

Please join us at a meeting!

News Bytes

See the Calendar of Events page for complete information.

All British & European Car Day
White Rock Lake - Dallas, Texas
April 30th, 2017

The following folks were winners in the Alfa Romeo class:
1st Place: 1986 Alfa Romeo Calloway Twin Turbo GTV6 - Val Herrera
2nd Place: 1971 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce - Robert Mouck
3rd Place: 1975 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider - Allen F.

The following folks were winners in the Italian class:
1st Place: 1949 Fiat 500B Topolino - Eric W.
2nd Place: 1985 Ferrari 308 - Dave H.
3rd Place: 1987 Fiat Bertone X1/9 - Albert A..

Congratulations to all!

Heights Car Show
Heights Baptist Church, Richardson
April 8th, 2017

What a show! Heights was bigger and better than ever this year! Thanks to the efforts of Bob Dezanny and Jim Puri, spaces were secured for our club attendees and others having Italian cars. We had the opportunity to meet several new owners, including a gentleman with a stunning Cadillac Allante Pace Car. What a treat for the Italian Connection Class! We've decided that this show is a keeper. We'll attend in even greater numbers next year!

SPECIAL Regular Monthly Meeting and "Field Trip"
K1 SPEED and Boston's Restaurant and Sports Bar
March 18th, 2017

We had a fantastic special event at K1 SPEED in Arlington, where we enjoyed Mini-Grand Prix electric go-kart racing! We were joined in the excitement by members of the DFW 500 Fiat Club. Immediately after, we'll had our regular monthly Meeting at Boston's Restaurant and Sports Bar.

On a sad note......
Autos in the Park at the Cooper Aerobics Center is no more.

Bob Dezzany, our ICF™ Chairman, has learned through Jack Griffin, Coordinator of Autos in the Park for many years, that the event has been permanently cancelled. Jack indicated that his own pressing duties, combined with the desires of the Cooper Aerobics Center Board of Directors to discontinue the show were cited as the cause of its demise. We at the ICCSW would like to thank Jack and the Center for all of their hard work in producing one of the finest shows in the DFW area for over a decade.

January Meeting and "Field Trip" to Lamborghini Dallas - Richardson, Texas
January 14th, 2017

We had a fantastic opening to our 2017 year with a meeting hosted by Lamborghini Dallas! The dealership provided their lunch room for us to have our meeting and enjoy lunch provided by the Club from Aboca's Italian restaurant. After our meeting and lunch, our hosts, Travis and Brittany, gave us a tour of the entire facility. For those of you who attended, thank you for making our opening meeting a fantastic time! Many thanks to Travis, Brittany and the rest of the Lamborghini Dallas staff for making us so welcome and also to member Tom Perkowsky for initiating the event and acting as our liaison.

ICCSW Annual After-Holiday Dinner Report
The Olive Garden - Grapevine, Texas
January 14th, 2017

Our Annual January Dinner: A Smashing Success!! We had a terrific social evening at the cocktail hour and dinner on Saturday at the Olive Garden in Grapevine. For those of you who attended, most with spouses and significant others, we thank you for coming and making the party so much fun! For those of you who could not make it, let me share some highlights of the evening.
Folks began showing up right after 6:00 pm, some of us we're there right at six! The cocktail hour gave us all a chance to socialize and talk to everyone, some old friends, some 'new' friends. Being in a private room, conversation was a joy! We've missed being able to do that for a few years. The cocktail hour is a permanent part of the evening from here forward as is the private room!
We began the dinner with Randy welcoming everyone and then moving right to election of officers for 2017. Randy then went to our fabulous door prizes, yes, as in two door prizes! The wait staff assisted and drew names for the occasion.
The first, "Cars, Cars and More Cars" - consisted of a coffee table book Cars: A Celebration by Quentin Willson, the animated movie Cars; and a CD: Just What I Needed: The Cars Anthology by the band The Cars. Kevin Burns won this one.
The second, "An Italian Dinner For Two" – consisted of imported Italian pasta, sauce, wine, Italian olive oil and more! I think you get the point. This was won by Bob Dezzany.
Thanks to all who could join us at the event!. E 'stato fantastico, con un buon tempo aveva da tutti! We'll see you all next year!

Abarth and Siata

A couple of rare 50's Italians on My Classic Car - an Abarth and a Siata!

My Classic Car

Alfa Romeo Article

Thanks to Mike Behrend for this link to a NY Times article on Alfa Romeo's 100th, with a few nice pics.

Alfa at 100: Prewar to Post-Graduate