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Probably not an Alfa.

First of all, the shape of the radiator grille is not typical for an Alfa. Secondly, the badge seems to have too many post-1972 elements and maybe some artificial patina added (for Alfa logos, see here). Thirdly, the badge would not be that low on the grille.
 

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Lift the tarp and take a look.
 

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Probably a Lancia Aprilia, Ardea or something as exotic as a Dilambda of the thirties. The Alfa badge covers the starter crank hole. Buy it.
 

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Sorry guys just havin some fun, it's my 1934 chevy sedan I stuck a Milano emblem on the crank hole, the car will have a full Milano drive train.
 

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not 100% sure , but it looks like the grille from a 1933 Fiat Ardita?
 

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I did...I saw it...and I know that's it , but it still looks like 33 Fiat Ardita, maybe that chevy and the Ardita have common design features...just as the 38 Volvo looked like a 38 Dodge
 

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I did...I saw it...and I know that's it , but it still looks like 33 Fiat Ardita, maybe that chevy and the Ardita have common design features...just as the 38 Volvo looked like a 38 Dodge
You're right: Just like people, all cars are more the same than they are different. It may be time for new reading glasses, though. (;->)
 
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