Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Gran Sport Zagato (1930)

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The Alfa Romeo 6C 1750, the further development of the "6C 1500", is a milestone, a true myth in the history of Alfa Romeo and motorsport in general. There are four different bodies of the Alfa Romeo 6C 1750: Sport, Berlina, Torpedo and Spider, to which the Super Sport will later be added. From 1930 to 1932 a total of 213 copies of the Gran Sport were built. With a wheelbase shortened to 2745 mm, these cars were even sportier and more agile. The commercially available variants developed 85 hp at 4500 revolutions, a more than impressive power output for the lightweight and small-volume six-cylinder. With a moderate weight of 840 kg, this 1750 GS reaches 170 km / h.

Zagato is the epitome of Italian auto design. Zagato drew dream car models for Ferrari, Aston Martin and Alfa. Zagato (ZED Milano s.r.l.) is an Italian design and development office based in Rho on the outskirts of Milan. The company is one of the oldest still existing body designers in Italy. Carrozzeria Zagato was founded by Ugo Zagato in 1919. The company is currently run by Andrea Zagato and his wife Marella Rivolta-Zagato in the third generation.

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