Manufactured between 1961 and 1968, the Alfa Romeo 2600 was an Italian luxury car available as a four-door Berlina Sedan, a two-door Spider Convertible, and a two-door Sprint Coupe. First unveiled at the 1962 Geneva Motor Show, the Berlina would be factory-designed and built, while the Spider would have a body by Carrozzeria Touring and the Sprint would boast a body by Bertone. While little more than 11,000 examples were made throughout production, the classic Alfa Romeo 2600 is today known for being the last Alfa Romeo to offer an inline six-cylinder engine with two overhead camshafts. This had been the traditional configuration of Alfa Romeo engines since the 1920s, yet later Alfa models would give way to four-cylinder examples that were easier to send into mass-production after World War II. The 1967 Alfa Romeo 2600, like the other model-year examples, is an excellent entry into classic Alfa Romeo ownership. Buyers will also find several special edition examples to choose from during this model-year, including the Sprint Zagato, of which only 105 were built.
Considered the large Alfa Romeo of the era and the first production Alfa to offer disc brakes, the 2600 series was popular with those buyers looking for a sport touring car that offered style and luxury, performance and technology, and a comfortable and roomy driving experience. It is these characteristics that continue to make the 1967 Alfa Romeo 2600 popular in the classic car market today. Whether youre searching for an Alfa Romeo classic car that you can restore from top to bottom, an example for use as a weekend getaway car, or one of the rare 2600SZ models for your private showroom, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be happy to assist you in finding the classic Alfa Romeo 2600 youve always dreamed of. Designed with you in mind, their team of classic car professionals welcome you to tour their website to learn more Buyers Tips and to view their current inventory of European and American classics. Should you have any questions, their team is always available for consultation.
When purchasing any classic Alfa Romeo, including the 1967 Alfa Romeo 2600, always thoroughly check the body and chassis for rust. Youll also want to check for collision damage and repair, as well as overall maintenance of the mechanics. Be sure to ask for any records the seller has to further authenticate the value of the classic. To learn more or to begin discussions about your next classic Alfa Romeo, do not hesitate to contact The Beverly Hills Car Club today. They look forward to hearing from you soon.
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