Freccia d'Oro with Alfa Romeo body No. 0615
No. Prog. = Numero Progressivo
If all was "normal", we'd expect this body to be on a 6C2500 Sport chassis numbered very near "916600" ... but not that specific chassis ... as it is known. It is not unusual at all for the body to be in aluminum. Most are. It is hard to say from a couple of photos but I see nothing "Touring" in it. The headlamps appear as if they may be from something else? In fact, your photos reminded me of something I thought I'd seen before ...
Searching my computerized files, I see that (three years ago) I received four photos of the same car that were taken during the 1980's in Spain. In those photos, some interesting modifications can be seen. It seems to be a car that has lived an interesting life. If the body is now sitting on a chassis that you say is listed as "Touring" by the appendix (derived in large part from Alfa Romeo build-ledger information) presented by Tito Anselmi, then I would guess that there is even more to learn about the car's interesting history.
If you share the chassis number and engine number of the car, perhaps I can do a bit more studying?
Last edited by iicarJohn; 03-30-2013 at 12:35 PM.