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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1965 - 1966
Numbers built:10
Introduced at:1965 Geneva Motor Show
Internal name:10511
Designed by:Ercole Spada for Zagato
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:August 07, 2014
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Chassis AR750106 One of the earliest TZ2s produced, this example was extensively campaigned by the Autodelta team. It was first raced at the 1966 Sebring 12 Hours, where Lucien Bianchi and Bernard Consten failed to finish due to a gearbox issue. Back in Europe, it was raced at Monza, in the >>>

Chassis AR750115 No period competition history is known for this car, and it is still owned by Alfa Romeo. Some sources suggest, it was built from spares specifically for the Alfa Romeo Museo Storico where it resides today. The Italian manufacturer regularly brings the car to events around t>>>

Chassis AR750116 The featured TZ2 is a great example of how the second generation continued the TZ's winning ways. Entered by Belgian Count Rudy van der Straten's Team VDS and driven by Teddy Pilette and Serge Trosch drove the pictured chassis 116 to victory in the 1967 Nürburgring 1000>>>

Chassis AR750117 Completed in October of 1966, this is believed to be the very last TZ produced by Autodelta. It was sold new to Italian privateer racer Aldo Bardelli, who extensively campaigned it until eventually replacing it with a mid-engined Tipo 33. Both Bardelli's TZ2 and Tipo 33 even>>>

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