Introduced in 1938, the Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 was the last 6C road car. With World War II coming and car development was stopped, only a few hundred 6C 2500 models were built from 1940-1945. Postwar, the 1946 6C 2500 Freccia d'Oro or Golden Arrow was built through 1951, with bodies manufactured by Alfa Romeo. This exceptional sedan had an enlarged engine compared to its predecessor, and this double overhead cam engine was available with either one or three Weber carburetors. On the other hand, the triple carburetor version was used in the top of the line Super Sport or SS model. Perhaps one of the most sought-after models among those looking to buy classic Alfa Romeo cars is the Tipo 256 a racing version of the 2500 of which only eight copies were made between 1939 and 1940 for the Mille Miglia and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It was made as Spider (convertible) and Berlinetta (coupe) touring body styles.
The Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 was sold primarily to wealthy customers including Rita Hayworth, Prince Rainier, King Farouk and Tyrone Power to name just a few. As one of the most expensive cars of its day, the 6C 2500 was produced until 1952 and was then replaced with the 1900. Whether you are looking to buy or sell classic Alfa Romeo cars, youve come to the right place. The team of classic American and European car specialists at the Beverly Hills Car Club have the knowledge and resources needed to assist you in finding the Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 you desire. Specializing in the purchase and sale of classic and vintage European and American autos of all conditions and locations, the team looks forward to sharing their knowledge and expertise with you.
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