ALFA ROMEO 1900 C SUPER SPRINT
Internal code: RDS00134
* Year of manufacture: 1954
* Power: 115 Cv
* Engine: N. AR130800515 - Matching Number
* Frame: No. 1900841
* Bodywork: Superleggera Touring Register No. A 691
* Condition: Restored
* Speedometer: 18.604 Km
* Exterior Color: Touring Gray
* Interior Color: Gray / Blue
* Documents: Regular
* Certifications: Asi Targa Oro N. 7670
* Specimens Produced: 299 Specimens between 1954 and 1955
The car participated in two editions of the 1000 Miglia and in the Concours d'Elegance of Villa d’Este.
Unique model in the original Touring gray color.
Engine running in.
Elegant 1000 Miglia.
The Alfa 1900 born in 1950 marks a real industrial revolution for the Biscione brand, determining a clear departure from the more opulent pre-war models, but without giving up the glamor of the more affluent customers, thanks to the proposals of the great coachbuilders. From that moment on, the Portello company began to change its face. The Alfa Romeo 1900 made its debut at the 1950 Turin Motor Show, after which the construction of the first examples began, still in an almost artisanal form, but the road to mass production was already cleared. It is the first Alfa car to feature a body integrated directly into the chassis. The 1900, in its brilliant career, receives new small chrome friezes on the bodywork and is slightly enhanced in the engine, peaking with the 115 HP of the TI Super, capable of 180 km / h. But the 1900 Coupè Super Sprint also let itself be seduced by the skilled hands of the most famous coachbuilders of the time. In this case, the Alfa Romeo 1900 Coupé Super Sprint was assembled by the Touring body and the second series was built according to the "Superleggera" method, which provided for the bodywork, a structure on which very light aluminum panels were fixed. The 1900 Coupè Super Sprint was advertised by Alfa Romeo with the slogan "The family car that wins races". In fact, its victories in the "Targa Florio" and the editions of '53 and 'belong to that period. 54 of the "Stella Alpina". It is said that among the three hundred cars that made up the collection of the Shah of Persia, the Alfa Romeo 1900 Coupè Super Sprint was Reza Palhavi's "favorite" for its class and demeanor. At its best this car was a much desired flagship, a true icon of style and performance, but even today it continues to appeal to many compulsive collectors, both gentlemen, who take it to demanding historical re-enactments, and among those who prefer to look after it jealously in their garage.
The 1900 Coupè Super Sprint is now a high-end collection car with ever-higher prices.
Our Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS
The only existing model in its original Touring Gray color.
He participated in two editions of the 1000 Miglia and in the Concours d'Elegance of Villa d’Este in 2001.
The engine has been completely restored including shaft replacement and has yet to complete the running-in. It is an efficient and performing engine ready for the 1000 Miglia.
In the dashboard under the dashboard there is a switch to block the power supply and an additional electric pump to be used for cold starts.
The door and seat panels are covered in gray fabric, which combines perfectly with the blue of the inserts.
The original panel of the Veglia instrumentation is intact and in perfect working order.
Of great impact the original Nardi steering wheel with three metal spokes that fits harmoniously into the dashboard of great impact.
This car was delivered in Sweden and belonged to the well-known driver Joakim Bonnier.
Car registered in the International Touring Register n. 691.
ASI Gold Plate n. 7670 - Category A3 with maximum score assigned by Massimo Tabucchi, one of Alfa Romeo's greatest historical figures.
Ultimately it is a car perfectly prepared for the 1000 Miglia and Concours de Elegance of great historical value.
The 1900 Coupè Super Sprint is today a high-end collection car with rather high prices.
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