Alfa Romeo 2000 Sport Spider (1954)

Alfa Romeo 2000 Sport Spider (1954) 1

Manufacturer : Alfa Romeo
Productions : 1954
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Alfa Romeo 2000 (series 102) is a car produced by the Italian automobile manufacturing company Alfa Romeo as a successor to the 1900.

First shown in 1957 on the Turin autosalon, the car was produced in two models, the Alfa Romeo 2000 Berlina with 105 bhp (78 kW) and the Spider with 115 bhp (86 kW) since 1958. In 1960, the Sprint was added. The engine was an enlarged version of the Alfa Romeo 1900´s four-cylinder displacing 1975 cc. The cast-iron block and aluminum head engine using single downdraft Solex carburetor produced 105 horsepower (78 kW) at 5300 rpm in Alfa Romeo 2000 Berlina and the version used in Sprint and Spider produced 115 bhp (86 kW) at 5900 rpm with two Solex sidedraft carburetors. The Alfa Romeo 2000 Berlina had gearbox operated via column mounted shifter making space for three people in front. In Spider version the gearchange was located in floor and until 1961 it was pure two seater when 2+2 seater came available.

Alfa Romeo Alfasud (1976)

Alfa Romeo Alfasud (1976) 1

Manufacturer : Alfa Romeo
Productions : 1976
Engine : inline 4 cylinder, 1.3 L (1286 cc) Alfa H4, 75 hp (56 kW)
Transmission : 4 speed manual transmission
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The Alfa Romeo Alfasud is a compact car made by Alfa Romeo of Italy from 1971 to 1989. It was considered one of Alfa Romeo’s most successful models, sold 893,719 examples from 1972 to 1983 plus 121,434 Sprint versions from 1976 to 1989.[3] A common nickname for the car is ’Sud.

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Alfa Romeo RM Sport (1923-1925)

Manufacturer : Alfa Romeo
Productions : (1923-1925)
Engine : 2.0 L straight-4
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Alfa Romeo RM was produced between 1923-1925, it was based of RL model. Car was introduced first time in 1923 Paris Motor Show and total production was around 500 cars. As most of Alfa Romeo cars this was also used in racing purpose. Three versions was made: Normal, Alfa Romeo RM Sport and Unificato. Sport had raised compression ratio and Unificato had longer wheelbase and slightly bigger engine. RM top speed was around 90 km/h (56 mph).


  • Alfa Romeo RM Normal, 1944 cc 40 bhp (1923)
  • Alfa Romeo RM Sport, 1944 cc 44 bhp (1924)
  • Alfa Romeo RM Unificato, 1996 cc 48 bhp (1925)

Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 Sport (1928)

Manufacturer :  Alfa Romeo
Productions : 1925-1954
Engine : 6C refers to a straight 6 engine
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The Alfa Romeo 6C name was used on road, race and sports cars made between 1925-1954 by Alfa Romeo. 6C refers to a straight 6 engine. Bodies to these cars were made by coachbuilders such as James Young, Zagato, Touring, Castagna, and Pininfarina. Starting from 1933 there was also a 6C version with a factory Alfa body, built in Portello.

In the mid-1920s, Alfa Romeo RL was considered too large and heavy, so a new development began. The Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 was introduced in 1925 at Milan, production started 1927, with the P2 Grand Prix car as starting point. Engine capacity was now 1487 cc, against the Alfa Romeo P2′s 1987 cc, while supercharging was dropped. First versions were bodied by Young and Touring.

Alfa Romeo Tipo 159 Alfetta (1951)

Manufacturer : Alfa Romeo
Productions : 1951
Engine : 420 bhp (313 kW) at 9600 rpm
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At the end of the 1950 season, a further updated version of the Alfa Romeo 158 known as the Alfa Romeo Tipo 159 Alfetta was produced. This version had reworked rear suspension, the old swing axle was replaced with a De-Dion axle and the engine produced around 420 bhp (313 kW) at 9600 rpm. For their last World Championship race (until 1979), the 1951 Spanish Grand Prix, Alfa Romeo introduced a new evolution version known as the 159M, the “M” standing for Maggiorata (“improved”).The 1952 World Drivers’ Championship was run to Formula Two regulations, so the Alfa Romeo Tipo 159 Alfetta became obsolete.The car’s last Grand Prix win came in 1953 at Merano Grand Prix, Italy.

Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 (1931)

Manufacturer : Alfa Romeo
Productions : 1931
Engine : straight 8 cylinder, 2.3 L (2300 cc)
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Alfa Romeo 8C was a famed sports car of the 1930s. The name referred to the straight 8 cylinder engine. The Vittorio Jano-designed 8C was Alfa’s primary sports model from its introduction in 1931 to its retirement in 1939.

The first models were the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300, a reference to the car’s 2.3 L (2300 cc) engine. The short wheelbase version of this car won the Targa Florio race in Sicily, but it was the Italian Grand Prix victory at Monza that gave it its nickname, “Monza”.

The supercharged dual overhead cam straight-8 engine, also designed by Jano, was later enlarged to 2.6 L. In this guise, the Alfa Romeo 8C could accelerate to 60 mph (97 km/h) in less than 7 seconds and could eventually reach 135 mph (217 km/h).

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Alfa Romeo 1900 (1951)

Manufacturer : Alfa Romeo
Productions : 1951-1959
Engine : 1,884 cc, 90 bhp, 4 cylinder
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The Alfa Romeo 1900 was a sports sedan designed by Orazio Satta for the Alfa Romeo company in 1951. It was Alfa Romeo’s first car built entirely on a production line.

The 1900 was offered in two door or four door models, with a 1,884 cc, 90 bhp, 4 cylinder engine. It was spacious and simple, yet quick and sporty. The slogan Alfa used when selling it was “The family car that wins races”, not-so-subtly alluding to the car’s success in the Targa Florio, Stella Alpina, and other competitions. Production continued until 1959, a total of 21,304 were built.