Well...... I was on holiday, for a couple of weeks in fact.
First real time there, although I have been for work and skiing etc, but this was the first opportunity I had to see what people were driving.
Here is my count after lots of driving, predominately Umbria, Tuscany but also Rome, Pisa, Florence et cetera and some other places.
33 - one, an Imola driving on the outskirts of Rome.
155 - one, parked
145 - one
146 - three
Ferrari - one (for sale in a shop)
Bertone - one - parked, it was on a Sunday afternoon
Guilia - 4 door saloon - driving along - also on the same Sunday
Fiats - quite a lot - including loads of old Pandas here and there
Boring new BMW's, Audi's, Nissan's, Renault's - one gazillion
Was really quite surprised just how few of the older cars there were around generally. Must of gone through some huge scrappage scheme or something that pulls older cars off the road.
I know it is not a great deal of difference to what you see here, but then Italian cars are not generally made here. I was, TBH, expecting to see a few more of the older cars, even parked up, unloved and unused, but even trying to look into peoples' back yards - there was precious little about.