Italian patina: 1952 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Coupé


This is one of the very latest 6C 2500 ever produced and it has not been set up by a coachbuilder like Touring but by the Alfa Romeo body shop.


Probably this is one of the last chassis produced and left unsold, and the buyer of the time has had the car set up according to his personal taste: it is in fact a two-door body with two comfortable rear seats.


But the most distinctive feature of this Alfa is the patina: we can not know if the current paint actually dates back to 1952 but certainly has a beautiful patina on the paint that, even if it was not original, dates back at least 40 years ago. The interiors are very beautiful and seem to be preserved too, there are still the original black plates and it was one of the very first cars registered at the R.I.A.R. (Registro Italiano Alfa Romeo), one of the strictest institutions in the process of checking the correctness of the car. Find it for sale at €178,000 (today $203,000) here in Cellatica, Italy.


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