The design artistry of the Italian automotive manufacturers has gained worldwide recognition. Brands include Lamborghini, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Maserati, and Fiat. But for many car enthusiasts, the name Alfa Romeo is the essence of fine Italian cars. These are the top Alfa Romeo models.
Let’s take a look at a few, classic models.
- 1930 Alfa Romeo 6C-1750
This car is often referred to as the origin of the “GT” model. It combines elegant coachwork, functional simplicity, and supercharged performance. Indeed, this is how the Alfa Romeo legend and brand began.
- 1938 Alfa Romeo Tipo 8C 2900B
Designer Vittorio Jano conceived the most successful engines of the 1930 Alfa Romeo 6C-1750. This 8 cylinder engine had two four cylinder engines plus twin overhead camshafts. This car excelled at Le Mans and the Mille Miglia racetracks. After this astounding success on the race track, Alfa Romeo made a business decision. In fact, it decided to produce a limited number of 8Cs for road use.
- Alfa Romeo models: the 1950-1955 1900 SS Cabriolet
This beautiful car has the power of a four-cylinder twin-overhead-cam. The 1,975 cc engine produces 115 horsepower paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. Furthermore, this car featured an independent, front mounted coil-spring suspension. Plus hydraulic drum brakes, this model weighed 2,535 pounds. These cars pleased drivers with their multiple body styles; Alfa Romeo produced sedans, coupes and convertibles based on this design.
Indeed, these three Alfa Romeo are classic and trendy. Also, they are masterpieces of vintage days. A must, indeed.