Shelby isn't the only company celebrating a major anniversary in Monterey this year. Lamborghini marked its 50th year in business, and the 2012 Concorso Italiano is packed with Raging Bulls from every era of company's history. While the show serves as a showcase for all Italian makes, the Laguna Seca Golf Ranch always sees a wide cross section of manufacturers and models from around the globe.

This year, Fiat showed off the new 500T as part of the brand's 55th anniversary, and the show grounds were filled with a rash of classic Fiat models. Those included one very gorgeous Cinquenento Abarth, as well as a few examples of the new 500.

Finally, Bertone is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2012, and the Concorso Italiano featured plenty of concepts and production models by the design firm. Even the Nuccio Concept showed up on the green in all of its 80s futuristic splendor. As you may recall, the last time we saw that machine, it was lounging under the lights of the Geneva Motor Show. Check out the full gallery above.


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      lasertekk
      • 2 Years Ago
      The Concorso is the place to be during Monterey week. Sexy Italian metal. Can't beat it.
      KAG
      • 2 Years Ago
      Great looking cars, and from all kinds too. I wish the Bertone x1/9 made it to newer versions.
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      Sam
      • 2 Years Ago
      Looks like the Nuccio wasn't street-legal as shown in Geneva, and grew a pair of F430 headlights in order to be drivable. Ew.
      Shiftright
      • 2 Years Ago
      Warms the cockle of my heart to see all those US market Abarths parked in a row. That latest Bertone is stupid fugly though
      waetherman
      • 2 Years Ago
      I think I've finally figured out cars like the Nuccio; they're often built as one-offs for extremely wealthy customers who want everyone to know they spent a million dollars on a one-of-a-kind car. And the reason we know they're one-of-a-kind is because nobody would build more than one car that ugly.
      Tamoor Chaudhry
      • 2 Years Ago
      My buddy's at RDBLA restored that Bertone