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1950 Alfa Romeo 6c 2500 Ghia Coupe

Rare and Unique

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Exterior Color Blue
Interior Color Blue
Engine N/A
Status Sold
Stock FJ911


The fist car model to come out of the Italian Alfa Romeo factory after the second World War was the 6C 2500. It was designed in 1939 as a grand tourer, luxurious and a bit bulky but filled with the great pre-war Alfa Romeo heritage. This model line was produced up to 1952. These cars were very expensive and not what post-war Italy was waiting for, so they remained very rare. Production totaled about 1,451 units. Most of the cars were fitted with beautiful tailor-made bodywork from one of the many famous Italian coachbuilders. This car has a wonderful and elegant body by Ghia. The 6C 2500 had a straight 6-cylinder engine with 2.5 litre displacement (hence the name). As standard these engines produced 90 hp @ 4600 rpm, but in this Super Sprint version the power output was increased to 110 hp @ 5500 rpm. With a vehicle weight of 1650 kg it could reach a top speed of about 160 kph. A most beautiful design, has to be seen to be truly appreciated, interesting history, photo documentation of restoration to highest standards, ready to show and drive, potential show winner. 

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