Not a Ferrari: 1974 Alfa Romeo F12

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This bus is red like a Ferrari and it has a name used on a modern Ferrari as well, but it’s indeed a rare vehicle. The F12 was an utility vehicle built by Alfa Romeo in two versions: A12 (“A” is for “Autocarro”, truck) and F12: this belongs to the F series where “F” is for “Furgone” (Bus). It was produced for a very long time, and exactly from 1967 toi 1973: of couse the first versions are the most desirable but the fact is that also this one is quite rare today.

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This minibus is homologated for eight persons but unfortunately it is not powered by the twin cam, gasoline unit: this has a 1700 c.c. Perkind diesel unit producing 50 h.p. (original equipment). The good is that the seller says that this van has been owned for fourty years by a renown Alfa Romeo dealership so it’s red and it has a giant Alfa Romeo logo on both sides: definitely a must for an Alfa collector. We would have liked to see the interiors but maybe the seller could satisfy your curiosity. Find it for sale at €16,900 (today $19,000) here in Roma, Italy.

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One Response to Not a Ferrari: 1974 Alfa Romeo F12

  1. Giuseppe Maranghi says:

    Just a short clarification:
    A for Autocarro: light truck with separate driver and passengers cabin, and a rear chassis fitted out as tow truck, dump truck, tanker and so on;
    F for Furgone: a single body van, being it a small bus, an ambulance, a camper, or, simpler, without lateral windows, for goods delivery, mobile assistance etc.
    Best, Giuseppe Maranghi (Italy)

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