1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 « Gran Sport Zagato... - Lot 38 - Aguttes

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1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 « Gran Sport Zagato... - Lot 38 - Aguttes
1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 « Gran Sport Zagato » Luxembourg registration title This Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 began life in 1931 as a Gran Turismo 5th Series: twin overhead camshafts, wheelbase 2.92 m It was modified more than 50 years ago, probably in England, as a Gran Sport Zagato: shortened chassis, wheelbase 2.745 m, compressor, 85 hp engine, etc. The car was bought by its current owner in 1997; before that, it had belonged to the president of the Belgian Ferrari Club, to the dealer Paul Grant, who drove it in the 1987 Mille Miglia, to the indisputable Dan Margulies (driver and dealer) and then to the great English collector Ronald Melville-Smith (the latter two having owned Ferrari 250 GTOs!) The engine was completely rebuilt in 2010 with a new block and cylinder heads from specialist JSW (Jim Stokes Workshop), and the car has since benefited from extensive annual maintenance We are offering you the rare opportunity to acquire an Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 in its most desirable version, and in this configuration for over 50 years, having passed through the hands of the greatest collectors, and having been seen at the finest events, for less than a third of the value of a genuine Gran Sport Zagato. Attention enthusiasts!
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