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  1. Barnfind: 1900 SSZ

    Alfa Romeo Topics Not Covered Elsewhere
    OK, the car sat in a garage in Rome, not a barn ;) Currently on display at the Style Icons exhibition in the Louwman Museum in The Hague, the Netherlands, this 1900 SSZ recently has been acquired by collector Corrado Lopresto. The car had been hidden for fourty years. More information and...
  2. 6C2500 Castagna V12

    Limited Production (1910-1949)
    Hello members, In the German car classic magazine 'Motor Klassik' of january 2010, I found an article on a 6C2500 with a Castagna body. The chassisnumber of this car is #915066, built in 1939. It is part of a collection of the Italian architect Corrado Lopresto. The car is special because it...
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