In that period between the twenties and the sixties there was an area, bounded on the west by Turin and on the east by Milan, within which the magic of cars happened.
This Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 “very” special is the testimony of that magic and, if you are still wary, look in Google for the cars that were produced in the rest of the world in the year in which this superb coupe was built, you will be amazed to see the result.
This car in particular, commissioned by a lady from Milan, is said to be the only survivor of three built by Pininfarina coachworks (and, personally, I also see the hand of Michelotti and his “Supergioiello” style); the car seems complete and has gone through these last 70 quite in shape, however it is clear that there have been more interventions overlapping over time, and it would be time for it to be restored properly: we wonder if there is any Italian collector , greedy for Alfa Romeo specials, which could be interested. Who knows. Find it for sale at €450,000 (today $505,000) here in Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Netherlands.
3 thoughts on “Design daughter: 1952 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Sport by Pininfarina”
This berlinetta speciale (#917.125) was designed by Fedele Bianco as like as the others. I understood why you said you recognized the Michelotti’s hand, and it’s plausible, but Michelotti never designed for PF.
How long! Thanks for the info.
I said it because the car was very similar to this one: https://www.carstyling.ru/en/car/1950_alfa_romeo_6c_2500_ss_supergioiello/
Yes, i know that you thought it and it’s plausible!