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Milan's Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia "Leonardo da Vinci" (National Museum of Science and Technology "Leonardo da Vinci") has two Alfa Romeos in their collection, one of which, a 1932 8C 2300 Spider Sport, was on display when I visited a few weeks ago. Zagato body. Chassis 2111019.

This 8C is a truly beautiful car -- it is stunning.

Unfortunately, this 8C is encased within four screen walls, surely to prevent people from molesting the car, and through which cameras produce mediocre photos.

I've attached a few photos from the museum's web site. For more photos and information about the car see

Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia's 8C 2300

The museum produced a short video documenting their restoration, which runs continuously on a monitor near the car. Since I could not find the video on their web site, I used my camera to capture it and have posted it here:

Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia's 8C 2300 Restoration Video

There is no audio. What you hear on this video is background noise from museum visitors.


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