The video seems to show a collection in Brasil, one in Switzerland, plus an event of the centenary in Milan (and possibly also a visit to the Alfa Blu team). The 6c 1750, 8C chassis number 1, and the garage with all the Zagato cars belong to Axel Marx in Switzerland (who also has a Rio 2300 in his collection and has visited Brasil several times to begin studying the history of Alfa Romeo and FNM).
The fellow that sent me the link mentioned Axel Marx, and the collection in Switzerland. Given the few pictures of the 2300's, I wasn't sure which cars were in Europe and which in Brazil. The presenter seems to be speaking Portuguese, which always sound like Spanish, spoken with a French accent, while gargling mayonnaise to me.
I'll clarify for you guys........Alfa build under the name FNM some models in Brazil in particular a 2300 4 doors car. As far as this youtube video the only part that is in Brazil is where the announcer is viewed in a garage full of worthless Brazilian made Alfas........everything else is European collections vehicles........it was only a 100 year documentary that took place in Brazil........I was born in Brazil and I go there 4 or 5 times a year, if there were any good Alfa out there I would have snatched them already........Argentina is another story but most cars have already been bought by European buyers and taken back to the old continent..........
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