Soon to be expected, a Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Sprint from 1964. The picture serves as example.
Soon to be expected, a Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Spider from 1964. The picture serves as example.
Variant: 1.4 TB MultiAir Super Hatchback 5dr (start/stop)
The Alfa Romeo 2600 (Tipo 106) was Alfa Romeo's six-cylinder flagship produced from 1961 to 1968. It was the successor to the Alfa 2000. It has become historically significant as the last Alfa Romeo to have been fitted with an inline six-cylinder engine with twin overhead camshafts. That had been the traditional Alfa Romeo engine configuration since the 1920s, but gave way to four-cylinder engines as the factory oriented its production towards more economical mass-produced car models starting in 1950. The 2600 was introduced at the 1962 Geneva Motor Show as a sedan, a convertible (Spider) by Touring, and a coupé (Sprint) by Bertone. The limited edition 2600 SZ (Sprint Zagato) with fastback coupe bodywork by Zagato, and the very limited-edition 2600 De Luxe with five-window sedan bodywork by OSI (Officine Stampaggi Industriali) were introduced three years later in 1965 at Frankfurt motor Show. The Berlina, Spider and Sprint were based on the corresponding models in the 2000 range, and all three inherited the body styling of their predecessors with minor facelifts. The biggest change was the engine. The 2600 range was replaced at the top of the Alfa range by the 1750 models in 1968.
COACHWORK BY PININFARINA, ONE OF JUST 63 SHORT CHASSIS SUPER SPORT 6C CABRIOLET BUILT, MILLE MIGLIA ELIGIBLE Brand Alfa Romeo Type 6C 2500 Super Sport Pininfarina Cabriolet Color Light Blue Interior Red Year of build 1949 Price Price On Request 1949 ALFA ROMEO 6C 2500 SUPER SPORT PININFARINA One of only 63 short chassis Super Sport 6C cabriolets built Absolute top pristine restored example The most desirable short-wheelbase model with the most powerful engine, known as the SS, or Super Sport Eligible for any international concours or post-war road events, including the Mille Miglia Spectacular detailing and finishing throughout Comes with over 1.000 restoration pictures Produced from 1939 and after the war until 1951, the 6C 2500 was the last of the famous six cylinder cars first started with the 1928 6C 1500. For this reason, the later 6C 2500s, and especially the elegant Villa d’Este model were considered the end of an era for Alfa, and some call them the last of the great Alfas. The model was built up from the previous 6C 2300 and retained its all-independently sprung suspension. The 2500 was a faster car and was the first to reach 100 mph thanks to its increased engine capacity
Variant name:V12 ,Derivative:AM5 ,Variant: 5.2 V12 (600bhp)
Variant: 2.0 JTDm-2 Speciale Hatchback 5dr (start/stop)
Variant: 2.0 JTDm-2 Super Hatchback 5dr (start/stop)
Variant: 2.0 JTDm-2 Speciale Hatchback ALFA TCT 5dr (start/stop)
Alfa Romeo Spider 2.0 1985, 1 owner, 118.067 kms New delivery of this Alfa Romeo was in 1985 in Holland. This unique example is in original condition and has had only 1 owner. This Alfa Romeo has only driven 118.067 kms. The Spider is in colour silver blue with the original wheels. The interior has blue leather and a wooden steering wheel. The original brochures and booklets are present. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.
- Recent mechanical work by Montreal specialists Super Engineering - White with black velour interior, c.71,500km - French registered, LHD example of this stunning grand tourer Asked to produce a cutting edge automotive design for the 1967 Montreal Expo that would "express man's ultimate aspirations in the field of motor cars", Alfa Romeo enlisted the help of Carrozzeria Bertone. Penned by Marcello Gandini, the resultant show car caused a sensation and inspired Alfa Romeo to start work on a production version which debuted at the 1970 Geneva Salon. With its shark-nosed profile, NACA-style bonnet duct and vented B-posts, the newcomer had been eagerly awaited by the press and public alike. However, many automotive journalists at the time, who were anticipating a bona fide supercar rather than a competent grand tourer, gave the car mixed reviews. Nevertheless, its all-round coil-sprung suspension (independent double-wishbone front / 'live' trailing arm rear) and ventilated disc brakes helped ensure decent roadholding and handling. Powered by a dry-sump 2593cc 'quad-cam' fuel-injected V8 derived from Alfa Romeo's successful Tipo 33/2 sports racers, the model also boasted a ZF five-spee
Variant name:TB VELOCE ,Variant: 2.0 Veloce Saloon 4dr (start/stop)
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