Limitation: 50 pieces
Back in time, the Italians had a good sense of what the market wanted. Alfa Romeo was well represented in the top leagues of motorsport at the end of the 1920s, but in the middle class, which private drivers could also afford, there was still a model missing. A vehicle that could be moved in a sporty way, but had simpler and therefore cheaper technology. Vittorio Jano had the answer: the 6C 1500. Between 1927 and 1929 an impressive 1064 units were sold. The successor, the 6C 1750 presented in 1929, ran even better; by 1933 a proud 2579 copies were sold. There were also various versions of the 1750, with the bodies anyway (most famous: the “Flying Star” from Touring), but also with the engine itself. The original car is part of the collection of the Historical Museum of Arese and has the chassis number 8.513.080. The car has a Zagato body.