1963 Alfa Romeo 2600
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The Alfa Romeo 2600 was introduced in March of 1962 at the Geneva Motorshow. This car was a deviation from the previous four-cylinder Alfa Romeos. The car was offered in a few bodystyles that included a Spyder, four-door Berlina, and a four-passenger two-door Sprint.
The Sprint was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro of Carrozzeria Bertone.
This example shown is finished in black with a red Connolly leather interior. In recent years, it has been residing in Europe where it has been a frequent entrant in road rallies and touring events. It has been treated to a comprehensive mechanical restoration.
At auction, the car was sold, fetching $25,850.
By Daniel Vaughan | Mar 2007
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