1923 Alfa Romeo RL Roadster Vehicle Profile

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

1923 Alfa Romeo RL photograph

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Roadster
Designer: Giuseppe Merosi
The RLTF (Targa Florio) was the race version and designed for the Targa Florio. It weighed half of the Normale version; the engine used seven main bearings instead of four and had twin carburetors. The Targa Florio winning 1923 entry carried the green cloverleaf on a white background that became the Alfa team's good luck token.

The 1923 RLTF cars were converted to 1924 specifications so there are no original 1923 spec cars remaining. This car is one of two RL's fitted with replica 1923 coachwork. The car was an RLSS (Sport) four place tourer. In 1942, Brian Selleck , a grazier in Barham, New South Wales, Australia, discovered the RL chassis and running gear. He acquired the car and used it as a dirt track racer. In the early 1950's Selleck converted the car to 1923 RLTF specifications. It was retired in the 1970's, refurbished in the 1990's and eventually imported by the current owner.


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