1932 Alfa Romeo 8C2600 MonzaSOLD

1932 Alfa Romeo 8C2600 Monza

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It was in 1931 at 'Mille Miles' that the 8C had it's debut, it's mission was to be the successor of the glorious 6C 1750.
The creation of the car was entrusted to one of the greatest engineers of his time, Vittorio Jano.
The nickname 'Monza' was given to the 8C after it's double success at the Italian Grandprix.
The presented model, is an 8C 2,6 liters compressor, that was modified to a Monza type by a specialist of the make, the car has complete documentation and has participated with it's owner at the most prestigious events, such as the 'Mille Miles' and the 'Le Mans Classic'.
A second set of wings of the moto type is provided with the vehicle.
This is a close to unique opportunity to possess one of the rarest and most prestigious race cars of it's time.

Reference Number 5339

as of 12/8/2006

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Car 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C2600 Monza
Exterior / Interior Color      Dark Red /      Dark Red 
Options Competition: Racing Seats
Interior: Leather interior 
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