The Alfa-Romeo 1750 was introduced in 1929 and produced until 1933. Alfa Romeo built the chassis while the bodies were built and installed by a variety of coachbuilders, including Zagato. The Gran Sport was the most powerful of the 1750 variations. The Gran Sport - or Super Sport - was built on a shorter wheelbase chassis and featured a more powerful motor. The cars were driven in competition by private owners as well sa by factory drivers.
This Alfa Romeo received Best in Show at the 2003 Glenmoor Gathering.