AlfaRomeo 6C2500 SS Pinin Farina Meraviglios


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Introduced in 1938, the 2500 (2443 cc) was the last 6C road car. World War II was coming and car development was stopped, but a few hundred 6C 2500s were built from 1940-1945. Postwar, the first new Alfa model was the 1946 6C 2500 Freccia d'Oro (Golden Arrow), of which 680 were built through 1951, with bodyes by Alfa. It was sold to wealthy customers like King Farouk, Alì Khan, Rita Hayworth, Tyrone Power, and Prince Rainier. The last 6C was produced in 1952, and was replaced by the 1900.

This stunning SS Pininfarina Cabriolet has covered just 19,000 Kilometers from new and was in the ownership of a single family until we acquired the car last summer. We campaigned the car immediately at the National Alfa Meet where it received the coveted Pat Braden Award, the car was also shown at Meadowbrook, The Glenmoor Gathering, Auto Historica V in Chicago, and The Masterpiece Concours in Milwaukee. Sporting some possible later 50's period modifications like the Stainless exterior exhaust, air horns, and a nice interestingly period vinyl interior, the car was repainted, had the Borranis restored, and received a new top in the 90's. The restorer swears there are numbers on the side vents that match the cars numbers, so those could be original. The car is titled as a 1951, although Anselmis book indicates it as a 1949 build car with delivery to the Rome Alfa Dealer. The correct Factory stateside sealed beam headlamps have recently been covered with the correct lenses, but we only put these on for shows given their value and rarity. This is a very rare Triple Carb Short Wheelbase roadster, with an honesty that one only finds in a car that hasnt been completely nut and bolt restored.

Nome inserzionista: Rating: 5