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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1937 - 1939
Numbers built:10 (all bodies)
Designed by:Touring
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:February 12, 2016
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Chassis 412020 Understood to be the very first Touring Berlinetta built on 8C 2900B underpinnings, this example was displayed at the 1937 Paris Auto Salon. It can be distinguished from the later cars by the more steeply raked radiator and the horns built into the front fenders. Shown again>>>

Chassis 412024 Believed to have been delivered new in Italy, the first concrete information about this, the second Touring Berlinetta, is that it arrived in Great Britain in 1939. It was offered by dealer Jack Bartlett with 5,000 miles on the odometer and shortly after the war, it was agai>>>

Chassis 412029 This Touring Berlinetta was sold new to a Milan based enthusiast in the summer of 1938. He would go on to own the car for nearly a decade and carefully stored it away during the war. It was then sold to Rome in August of 1946 before it was exported to Switzerland in 1947. He>>>

Chassis 412035 Sold to an Italian enthusiast in Milan, this Touring Berlinetta was completed in the summer of 1938. Following a brief spell in Switzerland, it was imported to the United States by Alfa Romeo distributor Frank Griswold. He fielded the car in the very first Watkins Glen Grand>>>

Chassis 412036 Shown at the 1938 Paris Auto Salon, the first owner of this Touring Berlinetta is not known. The subsequent owner, Angelo Biemmi, carefully hid it on his estate during the War. It was then acquired by Alfa Romeo dealer Emilio Romano, who removed the supercharger to make it e>>>

  Article Image gallery (93) Chassis (5) Specifications