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Chassis no. 700447 - Engine no. 700447
Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Alfa
Categories: L- Limited edition cars (no. 473 manufactured)
Owner: Alfa Blue Team - CH1
One of the older chassis of the Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 survivors. This is an example with Carrozzeria Alfa Romeo body.
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The Gran Turismo version of 6C 2300, which immediately followed the Turismo, had better performance and also foresaw the reduction of the wheelbase (2920 mm), proposing once again the dimensions of the 6C 1500 Sport and 6C 1750 Gran Turismo. Except for the reduction in length, the chassis was identical to that of the Turismo model and was not distinguished by particular technical innovations.
The 6C 2300 was presented to the press in March 1934 and to the public at the Milano Auto Show in April 1934.
The presentation of the press was on the occasion of the 6th Coppa Milano Sanremo where the pilot Nando Minoia tested the car with alongside the journalist Italo Luraschi.
Elegant and sophisticated, the standard saloon was produced directly by Alfa Romeo but the traditional and classic design was the result of close co-operation with Carrozzeria Castagna, which kept unchanged the prerogatives which had made it one of the most extraordinary Italian coach builders.
Production was limited to 1934 and the chassis of all Gran Turismo versions numbered from 700101 to 700635.
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2014 - 2015
owner: Giancarlo Stringhini | Italy


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