Love for Alfa Romeo's elegantly styled cars knows no borders, and though it's been off the market here in the U.S. since 1995--with the brilliant exception of the 8C Competizione--the brand is due for a comeback to our shores. Before that happens, though Alfa is planning a huge gathering of cars and fans in Milan this June.

The event is being held to celebrate the brand's 100th anniversary, and will come 100 years and two days after the brand's founding date of June 24, 1910. Alfa hopes to bring over 3,000 cars to the streets of Milan, where the brand first started.

On the second day of the event, Alfa is planning a parade of cars featuring the brand's "Biscione" emblem on the roof to be filmed by a helicopter as they traverse Milan's ring road. Other activities will include guided tours of the museum in Arese and the presentation of a special statue donated by the 1,500-member RIAR Alfa Romeo owner's club.

If you want to get in on the action you'll need to book a flight and ship your Alfa, but registering is easy: just hit up the official site and fill in a form. You'll even get a "Centenary Kit" for signing up.

[Alfa Romeo]