Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 S Cabriolet by Pini Farina convertible

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€325,000
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Brand Alfa Romeo
Type convertible
Mileage 29616 km
Location Germany Bovenden
Placed on Nov 10, 2019
Seller stock ID 7205
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Engine
Power 95.17 HP (69.95 kW)
Fuel petrol
Volume 2443 cm³
Number of cylinders 6
Axles
Number of axles 2
Wheelbase 3000 mm
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Condition
Condition used
Description
Colour red

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German
Standort: Gassmann GmbH in Bovenden (PLZ 37120)
Aufbau: 6-Zylinder
Fin: 916009
and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 3,000 mm
95 bhp
2,443 cc dual overhead-cam inline six-cylinder engine with Weber carburettor
four-speed manual transmission
four-wheel independent suspension with front double wishbone with coil springs
•Original chassis and body
•One of only 779 produced by Pinin Farina between 1939 and 1952
Called ‘The Last Great Alfa’
the 6C 2500 is the last in the long line of six-cylinder Alfas that began in 1928 with the 6C 1500. It heralded the end of an era for Alfa Romeo and was bodied by some of the most famous carrozzeria of the time
Touring
Bertone
Zagato
and of course
Pinin Farina. Described by automotive author and historian Griffith Borgeson as a ‘bridge to post-World War II production’
the 6C 2500 model retained the 6C 2300’s independently sprung suspension while upgrading the engine. Bruno Treviso redesigned the classic straight-six engine
increasing the cylinder bore by 2 millimetres
improving the cylinder head for improved aspiration and increased compression. These improvements
along with a better fuel feed
helped the 6C 2500 become the first Alfa Romeo to reach 100 mph. The Sport configuration
with its lightweight bodywork
boasts a respectable 95 brake horsepower. The 6C 2500 S on offer here was delivered new in Spain
having been ordered on 28 October 1947 and delivered on 9 March 1948
through Alfa Romeo importer Ruiz Jimenez. It was sold to a Mr Dioniso
then head of the Madrid Stock Exchange agents
who gifted it to his mistress
Ms Emilia Sierra. The car retains an interesting additional data plate issued in Spain
which details its delivery to Ms Sierra. The car remained in its original ownership until 1987
when it was acquired by its second owner
who had the car restored and kept it well maintained before passing it to another owner. The body was found to be supremely original
aside from having been repainted
and had never seen rust or damage. This example is sold with Swiss tax paid and drives and presents well
waiting for a new owner to enjoy and appreciate it as one of the last truly hand-built
luxury Alfa Romeos. This car is from a collection in Switzerland. Das Fahrzeug stammt aus einer Sammlung in der Schweiz !
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