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After concentrating heavily on production and marketing of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta and Giulia series cars, in 1962 Alfa Romeo would turn its focus to the launch of the Alfa Romeo 2600. Essentially giving its senior Alfa Romeo 200 line a new six-cylinder engine, the Alfa Romeo would be nearly identical to the 2000 series with a few minor trim changes. The factory-built Berlina Sedan, Sprint Coupe with body by Bertone, and Touring Spider would later be joined by a unique and striking Zagato-designed Coupe with a protruding, rounded nose. The 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider Convertible is an excellent option for classic car investors or Alfa Romeo enthusiasts looking to enjoy the punchy engine and superior power-to-weight ratio of these classic Alfa models. During their era, however, the 2600 series saw much competition from its Alfa Romeo Giulietta counterpart, which was about half the cost and (many believed) twice as much fun to drive. Of note are the four-wheel disc brakes that were added to both the Alfa Romeo 2600 and Giulia models at the time.
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Today, the Alfa Romeo 2600 is often overshadowed by the more sought-after classic Alfa Romeos like the 2600 Sprint Zagato, which presents a great buying opportunity for classic car enthusiasts of all types and budgets. If you’re thinking about buying a 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider Convertible, or any classic Alfa Romeo 2600, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be happy to help you find the classic that best suits your needs and expectations. Whether you’re looking for an Alfa Romeo 2600 that you can restore from top to bottom or one that is ready for weekend drives and the occasional classic car show, their team has the resources, industry connections and experience to find the car that you desire. With so much experience in the market, they also have the valuable Buyer’s Tips needed to ensure your success. For example, they always recommend having a third party inspection to understand the overall condition of the classic, as well as matching engine and chassis numbers to Alfa Romeo records. Furthermore, because rust is an issue on these classics, they can help you explore areas of concern. These are just a few of the many tips they are happy to provide to friends and clients.
Learn more about the 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider and explore The Beverly Hills Car Club’s online inventory by browsing the resources of this website at your leisure. Should you have any questions or would like to view any of their classics in person, do not hesitate to contact the team today. They look forward to hearing from you and to helping you fulfill your classic car desires. Connect today!
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