1939 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Cabriolet

Vittorio Jano’s 1927 6C 1500 provided the foundation for a series of engines that form the basis of Alfa Romeo’s great prewar reputation. Expanded to 1752 cc, it became the 6C 1750. With two added cylinders, the 6C 1750 design became the 8C 2300. The Tipo B 2.9-liter Grand Prix expanded upon these principles and was ultimately adapted to the famed 8C 2900 sports cars.
However noble, the performance attributes of the 6C 1500 and its derivatives became dated. Read More