6C10814378 is another "Alfa Romeo - Paris" car (see: 6C1014377, above as well as 6C10814379, below) and we might presume that it had a body "made in France" when delivered new? The car went to the UK around 1934 and it was registered "AXN153", perhaps near the time a new body was made and fitted by Corsica? Jack Bartlett (UK dealer) had the car as of March 1935 and he described it as, "coupe, blue" … which might mean it was a drophead coupe at that time?
Some photos from the 1950's exist and they are labeled "Corsica 4-seater". along with some prior ownership information. The car lived in England into the 1960's /1970's / 1980's and was described as being the only such car bodied by Corsica. There are credible claims that a 4th Series Gran Sport was also rebodied in a similar time period by Corsica and continues to exist today.
I should mention that this car was offered at least once by a UK dealer as "6C10814373".
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