1951 Alfa Romeo Villa d’Este Cabriolet

Destined to be the last of the separate-chassis Alfas, the 2500 debuted in 1939 as a development of the preceding 6C 2300B. The engine was, of course, the latest version of Alfa’s race-developed twin-cam six, its 2443cc displacement having been enlarged by boring out the 2300 cylinders by 2 mm for a bore and stroke of 72 x 100 mm. Maximum power ranged from 90 bhp for the single-carburetor Sport model to 105 bhp for the triple-carb Super Sport. Read More