Alfa Romeo 1900

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Alfa Romeo 1900 SS Sport Spider de Fabrizio Curci y Luca Conte en el Autódromo de Monza


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Alfa Romeo 1900 C SS 'Superleggera' de Carrozzeria Touring (1954)


























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lfa Romeo 1900 C Superleggera de Carrozzeria Touring (1952)































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Un ejemplar bastante extraño.

Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS Super Sprint Ghia-Aigle AR*10439 (1959)





































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Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS Cabrio 'Visconteo' (Tipo 55 Prototipo) AR*01963 de Carrozzeria Touring (1954)





























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Habrá que estar atento a esta restauración. :eek:

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• 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900 SS Vignale "La Fléche” Cabriolet




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Rafa.GTA dijo:

En este hilo de los 1900, y sobre los Alfas carrozados por [size=14pt]Vignale
, solo encontré esta foto del 1900 SS "La Fleche" del '53, que en su día publicó pablodaniel . Buscando nueva información, encontré esto:

Aunque la calidad de imagen no es buena, aquí le vemos en fotogramas de la película Giovanni Senzapensieri[/size]









Fotos proporcionadas por RafaGTA

Saludos, :)
Alfa Romeo 1900 SS Vignale "La Fleche" de Michelotti (1953)












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Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS Touring (1955)






MÁS: http://www.fantasyjunction.com/cars/775-Alfa%20Romeo-1900%20CSS%20Touring%20Coupe-twin%20cam%20inline-4


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1 de 8 ejemplares fabricados.


Alfa Romeo 1900 SS Super Sprint Cabriolet de Guia-Aigle, Lugano (1955)

Diseño de Giovanni Michelotti



















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Uno de esos ejemplares de restauración discutible y discutida.


Alfa Romeo 1900C SS Coupe Speciale de Boano (1955)

The coachbuilt 1955 Alfa Romeo 3500C SS coupe was first shown at the Turin Motor Show | Bob Golfen photos








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Sale of unique Alfa Romeo Boano Coupé in Scottsdale
refocuses question of restoration vs. preservation


Posted on: January 30, 2016 By: Bob Golfen Leave a comment

The coachbuilt 1955 Alfa Romeo 3500C SS coupe was first shown at the Turin Motor Show | Bob Golfen photos

Once again, the Gooding & Company auction presented some interesting “barn find” European sports cars at its Scottsdale sale, including one of the signature cars of the event, a one-a-kind 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900C SS Coupe Speciale, in distressed yet picturesque condition.

With evocative coachwork by Buano created for display at the 1955 Turin Motor Show, the Alfa was a center of attention at Gooding, even with a cracking repaint in an incorrect red color and some rough-looking dents on top of the alloy right-front fender.


Nonetheless, the stylistic magic of its fastback split-window greenhouse and other unique design features shone through and it sold Friday for a hammer price of $900,000 (not including auction fees) after a tortuous round of incremental bidding during which prospective owners jumped in and out of the competition.

So what now? Does the famed Alfa Romeo Boano live on as a “preservation” car or is it headed to the restoration shop? The car did win a preservation-class award at Pebble Beach, but does that mean it should remain in its current state?

That’s the conundrum that owners of original but much-less-than-pristine collector cars face these days: to restore or not to restore. A restoration might bring a car back to its original condition, but it erases the patina of history and use. Some cars cry out to be preserved as they are while others are in such shoddy condition that they become more-or-less a template for the restoration shop. Sometimes, that decision can be difficult.

Donald Osborne, the well-known classic car appraiser, commentator and long-time contributor to Sports Car Market magazine, said in an interview that each car has its own story and its own set of conditions, and each needs to be studied individually to determine what it should be and how it will be used by its new owner.


“You have cars that are true preservation cars, cars that have always been used and loved and cared for,” Osborne said. “Then there are cars that have been parked and abandoned for years, the so called barn-find cars.

And then you have cars that are just good, honest restoration candidates. You don’t have a lot of the original finish, what the factory craftsmen made and created, that still exists. And it that case, it should be given back to its original intent. And that’s a restoration.”


The Alfa would fall into the latter category, he noted, because it’s not really in preserved condition, despite its Pebble Beach accolade.

“It’s an extraordinary car, it’s in great shape, it’s amazing that it still survives,” Osborne noted. “But it’s not a preservation car. It’s a car to be restored, and the new owner, who just paid a pretty penny for it, intends to restore it back to its original glory, in its original yellow and black paint. And that’s what it deserves. It’s not about preservation at this point.”[/size]



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:)

Otro 1900 muy especial:

Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS Boano (1955)











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