1929 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Sport600.000-650.000 EUR - Estimate

Alfa Romeo, 6C 1750 Sport - 1929

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The 6C, in all its forms, is one of the most sought-after Alfa Romeo cars in history. Evolved in mechanical engineering during the years of production, lasting from 1925 to 1953, the 6Cs are, even today, able to offer unique emotions.
20th Alfa Romeo 6C Sport 1750 produced, one of only 5 survivors today, registered in Milan on 6 June 1929, in the name of the director and engineer of Alfa Romeo, Girolamo Merlini.
In 1934, registered to the official Ferrari Team driver, Francesco Severi. Since 1935, with the same number plate AP 36xx. Italian documents.
Equipped with a very rare open body made by Viberti Coachworks, originally mounted on another 6C Sport 1750.
Interesting history of chassis and bodywork, both extensively documented.
Restored in Italy about ten years ago, frequently used since then.
One of the very few 6C Sport 1750s that survived in its original condition, a unique opportunity to find a 90-year-old car with a history so well known and certified by the highest names of Alfa Romeo historiography. Eligible to enter the famous Italian Mille Miglia road race.

Reference Number 628310

as of 10/5/2020

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Car 1929 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Sport
VIN 0212525 
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