1968 Alfa Romeo 2600SZ The last of the great Zagato bodied Alfa's. Lighter, faster and better handling than the factory built Sprint and Spyder models. Only 105 of these Zagato bodied cars were made. The car on offer is chassis 29. Sold new into Norther Italy. Originally a stylish Grey Metallic paint with black interior. The interior appears original. The 2600 Zagato coupe had 165hp to the standard 145hp of the Spyder and Sprint, plus they were 300lbs lighter. More power and light weight - a great drivers’ combination. A wonderful driving car.
1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider by Touring s/n AR*192790, engine no. AR*00601 *06686* Touring Body No. 15580 Black with Tan Leather Interior Alfa Romeo earned a dominant place in racing and design with their exceptional engineering and beautiful road cars. During the 1950s and into the mid 1960s, the motorsports mantle was carried in large part by the lovely dual overhead cam four cylinder engine, which powered a variety of illustrious racers ranging from the Giulietta Sprint Lightweight to the TZ2. The six-cylinder version of this engine saw use in the flagship 2600 model, drawing on the tradition established by Alfa’s prewar and early postwar coachbuilt sports and touring cars, the 6C (1750 and later 2500). Offered with bodies by Touring of Milan, Bertone, or Zagato, the 2600 was among the last coachbuilt cars available (despite its unitary construction). The engine, fed by by triple Solex twin-choke carburetors, employed exotic alloy construction and was both durable and reliable, famously serving the Italian Carbinieri's "Squadra Volante" as high-speed police pursuit vehicles. European and South American racers took note, and the Sprints were raced enthusiastically with notable suc
1962 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint The 1962 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint featured here in stunning slate grey with red interior is arguably a gorgeous and highly sought after color combination. The vehicle is missing the transmission. Lots of potential. Excellent original car that has been sitting for many years waiting to be restored. For $9,750 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.
1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint The 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint which is displayed here is up for sale in blue with a black interior. It is equipped with a manual transmission, triple solex carburetors and with has solid wheels. It's been in single possession for many years and has been sitting in storage until now. It has lots of potential and an excellent candidate for restoration. For $11,750 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.
Lowered price from €57.500 -> €34.950 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 A