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1952 Alfa Romeo 6c 2500 Gt Berlinetta Coupe on 2040-cars

Year:1952 Mileage:11111 Color: alloy trim is complete as well and in excellent condition
Location:

Surrey, United Kingdom

Surrey, United Kingdom

1952 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Berlinetta GT Coupe

Chassis 918.128
Engine  SS 928.148 (original SS 918.360)

Last model of the legendary 6C Alfa Romeo.

This 6C 2500 Alfa was found 15 years ago with low mileage, being stored for many years.
It is exceptionally solid with absolutely no rust or corrosion.
The previous owner had the car stripped for painting, and was never put back together. As a result of long term storage and transport the paint has some marks and dings. However the bodyshell is remarkably straight and smooth with excellent body lines.

The engine was taken apart at the time and some new parts bought (bearings, pistons, etc.).

Original and complete interior, including ash trays, interior lights, handles etc. Some of the original Italian fabric will need renewing. The exterior alloy trim is complete as well and in excellent condition. Beautiful Carello teardrop headlights. 

The car is mostly complete with all original parts.
A very rare 6C 2500, as there were only around 100 of these made. 
It comes with its original Swiss registration.

Please feel free to email for any questions you might have.

Full Payment Within 7 Days.

I will gladly ship worldwide.




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