Unlike most European manufacturers, Alfa raced all over the world, winning its class in the 1954 Carrera Panamericana with a four-door 1900
As Alfa Romeo’s first post-war design, the 1900 was considered a lightweight, compact model at its introduction in 1950. A turning point for the marque, gone were the straight-eight and supercharged projectiles that had written so much motor racing history. Now Alfa replaced them with a new four-cylinder Read More
When I first saw the car, it took my breath away. “Who would do a $65,000 restoration on an Alfetta sedan?” I wondered
This rare and sought-after four-door Alfa Romeo Alfretta sedan features new exterior paint and new and correct interior. Its classic Alfa 2,000-cc inline four-cylinder has been treated to a recent rebuild, and it is fitted with dual Weber carbs. All the stainless trim has been restored, while all the Read More
Any time a dolled-up 6C 2300 with a short chassis sells for less then 200 grand, something stinks-and it’s usually the car
Carrozzeria Touring of Milan developed and patented Superleggera body construction, working with light alloys and sparingly dimensioned components to lay up aluminum panels over a cage-like steel frame. The earliest of these bodies ever made included those for Alfa Romeo’s 6C 2300B chassis in 1937.
The 6C 2500 was introduced Read More
By the time you made this car into a driver, you’d be so far underwater that Hurricane Isabel would seem like a spring shower
As described by the seller on eBay Motors: This 1966 Giulia GTC is a true rarity, one of only 25 imported into the U.S. in 1966, and one of only 1,000 produced. Bertone designed this classic cabriolet, powered by a 1,570-cc, DOHC four-cylinder engine, with maximum Read More
By any measure, $30k is a huge price, as these cars usually trade in the $10,000-$15,000 range
As described by the seller on eBay Motors: This is a one of a kind 1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000. It is in absolutely mint condition, with 12,776 documented miles. It was purchased new by my wife from Alfa of Tacoma in 1976 and reportedly was one of the last GTVs to be Read More
Behind the wheel of a P3, Tazio Nuvolari bested the Third Reich on its home turf, winning the 1935 German Grand Prix in one of the great come-from-behind drives of all time
The P3 Alfa Romeo sculpture offered here is patterned after the fantastic and dominant single-seat, eight-cylinder Alfas of the early 1930s. Cast in bronze by a well-known Italian art foundry, it remains unpainted in pure, resplendent bronze. Its Read More
With a later 3.0-liter V6 from the high-performance “Verde” Milano, this GTV6 should be a fast, fun and affordable sports car
As described by the seller on eBay Motors: A classic Alfa, mechanically sound, with a 5-speed manual transmission and a 3.0-liter V6 from a 1988 Milano (with approximately 90,000 miles). The car runs very strong with no oil leaks. It has been garage kept and adult-driven.
My father bought Read More
The Giulietta Spider was indeed a delightful automobile, redefining the
essence of Alfa Romeo as a beautiful, responsive and brilliant-driving
Introduced in 1956, the Giulietta Spider Veloce featured hotter cams, higher compression and a pair of Weber dual-choke carburetors, which boosted output to 90 horsepower at 6,500 rpm-well more than one horsepower per cubic inch. Alfa’s unit-body chassis also addressed the age-old problem of managing Read More
Although collectible 1960s Alfas are known primarily as sleek spiders and elegant coupes, those in the know will tell you the blandly styled “square-rigged” sedans are the most fun to drive
As described by the seller on eBay Motors: This ’65 Alfa Romeo Giulia TI is very original and unmolested. For a 40-year-old car, it is in great condition. It idles, runs and drives well. It also looks very nice.
At a hefty 3,000 pounds and with only 95 horsepower, the 6C 2500 Sport was far from an AA Fuel dragster
By the later 1930s and during the early 1940s, thanks to the high-profile successes won in motor racing by its sports and Grand Prix cars, Alfa Romeo had earned a well-deserved reputation for producing outstanding road cars. The groundbreaking and innovative engineering of Vittorio Jano was responsible for one Read More