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8C 2900B wins Best of Show at 2018 Pebble Beach

1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B #412020 wins Best of Show at 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

Congratulations to the owner, David Sydorick, and the restorers at RX Autoworks.

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These cars are the most beautiful of all time

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Second in class, 1928 6C 1500 supercharged W.C. Atcherly Body, owned by the coachbuilders grandson.
He briefly was on the AlfaBB in Oct-2017, inquiring about the car here and here.

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I wrote the history of this car charged by the owner.
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and a 1939 # 412024 at Artcurial auction, Paris
https://www.retromobile.com/Visitors...ing-Berlinetta

(edit: sold 19.25$ million)

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And now #412020 won also the "Coppa d’Oro" and "Best of Show" at Villa d'Este, see here.


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I am always surprised that these owners always have time to walk their cars around the world ...

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I am always surprised that these owners always have time to walk their cars around the world ...
So wealthy working is no longer required ...
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