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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-05-2006, 04:46 PM Thread Starter
 
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Alfa entered so far in the 2006 Mille Miglia Retro

these are the Alfa entries for this years Mille Miglia. S/n-additions and corrections are highly appreciated.


#11 Franciosi/De Paoli (I) 6C-1500 MMS 1928
#17 Pellegatta/Coratelli (CH) 6C-1750 1930
#23 Klotz/Plover (I) 6C-1500 MMS 1928
#29 Galeazzi/Galeazzi (I) 6C-1750 GS 1930 s/n 10814376
#35 Rollinger/Rollinger (L) 6C-1750 SS 1929
#41 Lopresto/X (I) 6C-1750 GS 1930
#47 Chanoine/Laurent (F) 6C-1500 S 1928
#52 Viaro/Mair (I) 6C-1500 SS 1928
#59 Grimaldi/Labate (I) 6C-1750 GS 1930
#61 Jaroslaw/Kotzka (D) 8C-2300 Le Mans 1931
#64 Taylor/Aspin (UK) 8C-2600 Monza 1932 s/n 2211077
#71 Wuelfing/X (D) 8C-2300 Le Mans 1932
#79 Haithwaite/Boothman (UK) 6C-1750 GS 1932
#85 Marx/Marx (CH) 6C-1750 GS 1932
#106 Colombo/X (I9 6C-1750 1933
#112 Vitaloni/X (I) 8C-2300 Monza 1933
#118 Fontana/X (I) 6C-2300 Pescara 1934
#124 Iliohan/Parker (USA) 6C-2300 B MM 1937
#130 Shirley/Shirley (USA) 8C-2900 B Coupe 1938
#177 Magnalbo/Salvi (I) 1900 SS 1955
#181 Mizuno/Torizuka (J) Giulietta SV 1956
#187 Rieling-Dambacher/X (D) 6C-2500 SS 1947
#207 Zanardi/Tizzi (I) 1900 C Gara 1952
#210 Di Bona/Di Bona (I) 1900 SS 1957
#212 Arcieri/Grigolo (I) 1900 Sport Spider 1955
#214 Mattioli/Mattioli (I) 1900 Super 1955
#227 Barozzi/Zanni (I) 1900 Sprint 1953
#238 Mazza/Toscano (I) 1900 Super 1956
#258 Gadeselli/Hutton (UK) 2000 Sportiva 1954
#278 Colombini/Colombini (I) 1900 Super Sprint 1955 s/n 2153
#289 Bonometti/Pirlo (I) 1900 C SS 1955
#304 Schouwenburg/X (NL) 1900 SSZ 1955 s/n 2056
#334 Mazzuoli/Ostmann (I) 750 Competizione 1955
#342 Cottafavi/Zagni (I) 1900 SS 1956
#358 Celoni/Lozzi (I) 1900 1953
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Boy, I'd love to see a shot of those cars lined up.

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Boy, I'd love to see a shot of those cars lined up.
I won't have an entry this year, as the 1955 Alfa Giulietta Sprint normale, S/N 00159 went for too much money....but my wife and I might go to Italy at that time of the year..

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What an amazing list. I hope to send a very good photographer to this event and i'll tell him not to miss any Alfas.
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Take photos of all the "etceterinis" too please
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holy corrado lopresto, batman!

alfas in the piazza, mille miglia 2006!

http://www.kodakgallery.com/carvethi...le_miglia_2006

http://www.millemiglia.it/

dunno if this was the same event the good dr was referring to.

link sent to me by a friend from sweden.

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Hello. I was in Brescia May 11 and took a lot of pictures. The piazzas where the cars lined up were absolutely packed, so the photo opportunities were more of the "tourist snapshot" kind. I couldn't get pics of every single Alfa, but there's a few strewn inbetween all the Ferraris and MBs.

On May 10 I visited the Alfa Museum and found an empty pedestal where the P3 should have been. The next day I saw it in the streets of Brescia ;D

The gallery is at http://break-left.org/gallery/MM2006

Please let me know in advance if you want to link directly to the pictures or use them for anything else!
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Great pictures everyone, thanks!
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