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  1. Alfa Barchettas run the 2015 MM

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  2. 2015 Simeone Museum Alfa Day

    Car Events
    Saturday August 8, 2015 Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum, Philadelphia Driving Demonstration Day ALFA’S BACK! :clover: Perhaps the greatest and most successful sports racing cars of all time were made by Alfa Romeo, particularly if one takes history back to the 1920s. In the mid-1990s...
  3. "My Bucket List- Running the Mille Miglia in an Alfa Romeo Spider"

    Car Events
    It is about that time of year when enthusiasts such as us around the United States and Europe begin planning to participate in the Mille Miglia...not officially entering an expensive car with a support crew and an extensive supply of spare parts and thousand Euro notes..but following the event...
  4. 2013 Mille Miglia videos

    Alfa Romeo Videos
    A second place for an Alfa Romeo 6c 1500 Gran Sport from 1933 in the 2013 Mille Miglia. This video shows that specific car being unveiled short before the start of the event. Not much happening here, just talking in Italian. More action to see in these videos.
  5. 2011 Mille Miglia Link-up wanted

    Car Events
    I am interested to co-drive and share expenses for next years' running of this historical event. Following my two decade career with Alfa Romeo, Inc. you can correctly surmise that I am only interested in associating with someone who would be entering an Alfa Romeo automobile. I can be...
  6. For Sale 1956 Veloce Block

    Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    I've decided to offer up an ULTRA rare 1956 750 Veloce block that I had been holding on to in hopes of eventually finding a car to mate it to. According to the book "The Racing Giuliettas" and Evan Wilson's "The Giuliettas" this is a one of 18 for a spider, or 252 for a sprint veloce and would...
  7. 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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