1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GC Figoni

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As one of the last of the sixth series, Joseph Figoni (from 1935 Figoni & Falaschi) had a Gran Sport chassis delivered to his workshop in Boulogne-sur-Seine near Paris in 1933. Because of the "birthplace" of the body structure, "Alfa-Romeo Paris" is written on the radiator grille logo. This 6C coupé is a very typical drop-shaped design of the time, which should suggest speed and good aerodynamics and as it was already known from another famous Frenchman: Bugatti.


In 1933, Figoni presented his 6C coupé in black and white two-tone paint at the Paris Salon on the Alfa stand and later won a number of prizes in beauty contests, such as in Nice and Monte Carlo in 1934.

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