Designed by Orazio Satta for the Alfa Romeo Company in 1950, the Alfa Romeo 1900 featured many firsts for the brand. Not only was the classic Alfa Romeo 1900 the companys first car to built entirely on a production line, it was also the first car without a separate chassis and the first offered in left-hand drive. Unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in 1950, the 1900 was offered as a Berlina Sedan, Spider Convertible, and Sprint Coupe. Under the hood, a new 1,884cc four-cylinder twin-cam engine made the sporty sedan quick for its era. In fact, the 1952 Alfa Romeo 1900 (and other model-years) was dubbed the family car that wins races thanks to wins at the Targa Florio, Stella Alpina and other prestigious competitions. Because of the Alfa Romeo 1900s unique construction, various coachbuilders would wrap handcrafted bodies around the 1900 chassis and engine. Some of the most popular were those by Touring, Zagato, Pininfarina and Bertone to name just a few. One of the most popular would be the Zagato-designed 1900 Super Sprint Coupe with its improved engine and custom body. There was even a four-wheel drive off-road vehicle based on the 1900, which was the Alfa Romeo 1900M AR51. In total, it is estimated that Alfa Romeo produced 21,304 models prior to 1959.
If youre thinking about buying a 1953 Alfa Romeo 1900, partnering with the team of classic car professionals at The Beverly Hills Car Club will ensure that your buying experience is nothing short of exceptional. Armed with years of experience in the classic car market, their team has the knowledge and expertise needed to help you find the 1953 Alfa Romeo 1900 you desire. From those in need of complete restoration to the finest showroom quality example, you can rest assured knowing their team will work tirelessly to match you with the classic youve always dreamed of. One of the biggest considerations you will need to make when it comes to buying a classic Alfa Romeo is budget, as the values of these classics present a wide range of options. Youll also want to take into account the cost of restoration, if any. Similarly, buyers are always encouraged to have a third-party inspection performed by a knowledgeable Alfa Romeo professional. To learn more Buyers Tips or to discuss any of the classic Alfa Romeo 1900 models you see throughout this website, please do not hesitate to contact the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club today. They look forward to hearing from you and to helping you realize your classic car dreams.
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