Nico Galiffi 🙋🏻‍♂️
all-wheel drive reporter

 

What is your first car ?
It is a 1986 Austin Mini 1000 Mayfair edition, with a special Moonraker blue color and a speechless wooden dashboard.

And your first watch ?
A gas station gift watch ah ah.

What could be your dream car ?
Probably the Ferrari 250 Gt Berlinetta TDF, because it has the perfect balance between efficience and elegance.

And dream watch ?
Big fan of astronomy, so Van Cleef & Arpels Midnight Planetarium.

What was your childhood favorite car ?
McLaren F1, of course. When we were kids, I used to choose this car in yellow on Need for Speed 2. And we always won with it, in front of the Windows 98 family computer.

And childhood favorite watch ?
Granpa’s one, an Omega Dynamic from the 70’s.

What would be your soulmate car ?
Maybe the Alpine A110. I was shocked first time I saw it in front of our place.

And soulmate watch ?
Lip Mach 2000 Tallon.

If you have to choose a modern car ?
The gorgeous Alfa Romeo Disco Volante Touring.

A modern watch ?
Brand new Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Concept, with only 2 millimeters thick, that is amazing right ?

If you have to pick up a family car ?
Pontiac Trans Sport. Joking. Probably the Facel-Vega Excellence, the ultimate french how-made and luxury proof.

A watch with a splendid design ?
Chromachron color watches even if you never know what time is it, you got a splendid watch.

If you would buy a youngtimer right now ?
Boomerang calling : Maserati 3200 GT.

And a vintage watch ?
Junghans Max Bill.

What is you favorite road ?
The Grande Corniche ! On the edge of the cliff, in front to the sea, this is a great winding road to embrace the sun, the Mediterranean sea and the French Riviera mood.

And favorite watch ?
The fancy Breguet N°2349, Napoleon’s choice.

What is your best car memory ?
Some laps on Fiorano Circuit … ! True story.

 


 

Background
Digital strategist – Road Rug Cars

 

 

Passionate with well-made products, I became interested in arts very early on besides cars. Progressively, I was attracted to design, the missing missing link between cars and arts, so I decided to study art and furniture history. Mixing history, marketing and management,  I graduated with a Bachelor art dealer, cultural mediator and a Master degree in international art business at ICART Paris. Since, I spent 3 years in art market and museum administration working with art dealers, artists and designers, 2 years as Orbout CEO managing a start up team, and 1 year as digital media strategist for Road Rug Cars.

More details about me on Linkedin and about Road Rug Cars.

 

 

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