The Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint was perhaps the most versatile offering of the popular Alfa Romeo 2600 series. Offering bodywork by Bertone, they featured seating for four in an attractive grand touring body. Amenities such as leather seating, electric windows, a rear defogger, and two-speed wipers would also add to the appeal of the 2600 Sprint models. Under the hood, the 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint was identical to its Spider Convertible counterpart, utilizing a 2,584cc six-cylinder engine that was paired with three carburetors for an output of 145hp. The Sprints and Spiders also featured a five-speed manual synchromesh floor-shift transmission, while the Berlina Sedans were given a column-shift manual. In total, more than 11,000 examples of the Alfa Romeo 2600 were manufactured. Of those, approximately 6,999 were Sprints. Today, the 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint is an excellent purchase for classic car collectors of all types and budgets, as the Alfa Romeo 2600 represents a mid-range investment in terms of Italian classics from this era.
Whether you’ve been thinking about buying a 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint for restoration or prefer a model in roadworthy condition, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to assist you in your search. Designed with you in mind, you’ll find a wealth of resources and Buyer’s Tips throughout this website, as well as The Beverly Hills Car Club’s online inventory of European and American classics. They invite you to tour the site at your leisure and welcome any questions you may have. As experts in the classic car market, they are always excited to talk classics with enthusiasts of all types. They are also happy to share important Buyer’s Tips to help you make an informed and knowledgeable buying decision. For example, these 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint models can be quite prone to rust. Not only will you want to inspect for current damage, but you’ll also want to explore areas of previous or repaired damage to ensure that the repairs are up to your standards. Similarly, these 1964 models were the first to feature four-wheel disc brakes, the condition of which you’ll want to explore.
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