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Chassis no. 915339 - Engine no. 926138
Coachbuilder: Stabilimenti Farina
Categories: L- Limited edition cars (no. 2 remaining of no. 3 manufactured)
Owner: Collezione Lopresto (Italy)
It's a rare car probably a show car in several concours and motor shows.
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For Alfa Romeo, the 6C 2500 was the swansong of its era. When it debuted in 1939 as the third series of Vittorio Jano’s legendary inline six-cylinder Alfas, the engineers involved could never have imagined that it would signal the end of the line for hand-built Alfa Romeos. Thanks to engine upgrades and a vastly improved fuel delivery system, the 6C 2500 was the first road going Alfa Romeo capable of 160 km/h. Additionally, it benefited from four-wheel independent suspension, with parallel trailing arms and coil springs in the front and swing axles with torsion bars at the rear. Alfa Romeo continued its tradition of offering several levels of tuning, starting with the 87-horsepower Turismo, moving up to the 110-horsepower Super Sport, or SS, and culminating in the track-ready Tipo 256 with 120 horsepower. The 6C 2500 was immediately met with praise and success from its hand-selected upscale clientele. Alfa Romeo was, of course, still in the business of providing rolling chassis to custom coachbuilders, even as the onset of war loomed. The first project created after war’s end was the factory-offered 6C 2500 Freccia d’Oro, which had essentially the same running gear as the pre-war 6C 2500s. In the post-war years the demand for bespoke coachworks was very high and probably more than fifteen Italian coachbuilders built special bodies to clothe the important Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 chassis; of course, Stabilimenti Farina was one of them, the workshop established in 1906 by Giovanni Farina, elder brother of “Pinin” and father of Nino, the first Formula 1 world champion.

This car, built on the 3000 mm Sport chassis, was designed by Giovanni Michelotti; One of these models was exhibited at 1947 Paris and New York Motor Shows. The dashboard, steering wheel, gauges and internal items were designed by Mario Revelli di Beaumont. When new one of these limited models was also exhibited at the Rome and Monte Carlo Concours d’Elegance and in more recent years, following a careful restoration, it has been awarded with Best In Class at several European concours.
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30th September 2005 - 2nd October 2005
New York City Concours d’Elegance
| New York | United States
driver: Corrado Lopresto
2005
Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
| Carmel (CA) | United States
driver: Corrado Lopresto
2004
Concours d'Elegance von Ludwisbour
| Ludwisbour | Germany
driver: Corrado Lopresto
2004
Concours d'Elegance of Waddesdon
| London | United Kingdom
driver: Corrado Lopresto
2004
SpaItalia Concours d'Elegance Spa FrancochaMPS
| Stavelot | France
driver: Corrado Lopresto
17th May 2003 - 18th May 2003
Mostra Scambio Novegro
| Milan | Italy
2003
Concours d'Elegance de Cannes
| Cannes | France
driver: Corrado Lopresto
2003
Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este
| Cernobbio (CO) | Italy


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