1937 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 Aerodinamica Spider: The Aero Spider has been brought from Germany for the show. It is not only one of the most beautiful cars ever made but also a very important piece of ...3/5
One of roughly 115 6C 2300 Bs built to Pescara specifications Just three owners from new, with fifty-five years of custody by the original purchaser’s family Remarkably original condition, never restored with one older repaint A perfect preservation class candidate for concours events worldwide One of the most important monikers of prewar racing hailed from Alfa Romeo’s
Most of the Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 chassis were bodied by local Milan coachbuilders like Touring and Castagna, but a few chassis were sent to the Turin-based workshop of Pinin Farina. This 6C 2300B Pescara is a great example of the aerodynamic styling of the second half of the 1930s.
The 6C 2300 (2309 cc) was designed by Vittorio Jano as a cheaper alternative to the 8C. In 1934 Alfa Romeo had become a state-owned enterprise. This year was presented a new 6C model with a newly designed, larger engine. Chassis technology, however, had been taken from the predecessor. One year later, a revised model, called the 6C 2300 B was presented.
Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 The next version of the 6C was the Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 presented in 1934 and remained in production until 1937. This evolution introduced many new features including, first in Europe, the suspension with independent wheels. 1,606 copies were …
Swiss form 13.20A Châssis n° 813910 Moteur n° 823553 - Exhibited at 1938 Geneva Motorshow - Very well documented - Superb older restoration - 1938 Geneva Motorshow On the 3rd of December 1937, Alfa Romeo Lugano sold an Alfa 6C 2300 B Pescara chassis (813 910) to Worblaufen for SwFr. 9.700. On the sales slip it said that it would come with a Mille Miglia style grille, as
Mille Miglia Superleggera Coupe. Coachwork: Touring. This 1938 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 B Mille Miglia lay dormant for many years in a chateau of a collector. It was purchased by the owner of the collection, Michel Dovaz (a Swiss national), in 1956 and remained with him for 34 years.
The Alfa Romeo 6C 1900 was the final derivative of the original 6C 1500, produced in 197 examples during 1933 as a transitional model, before the new 6C 2300 was introduced the following year. Only built in Gran Turismo guise with a 2,920 mm (115.0 in) wheelbase, the 6C 1900 replaced the corresponding 6C 1750 model. Class: Luxury car, Sports car, Racing car
The Alfa Romeo 12C or Tipo C was a 12-cylinder Grand Prix car. The 12C-36 made its debut in Tripoli Grand Prix 1936, and the 12C-37 in Coppa Acerbo 1937. The 12C-36 was a Tipo C fitted with the new V12 instead of the 3.8 litre straight-eight of the 8C-35. The 12C-37 was a new car, with a lower chassis and an engine bored and stroked to 4475 cc, now with roller- instead of plain bearings and two …Class: Grand Prix 750 kg
Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spider Corsa 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Spider 1937 in 2005 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance . The 8C engine, first entered at the 1931 Mille Miglia road race through Italy,  had a common crankcase, now with two alloy four …Class: Luxury car, Sports car, Racing car
This is one of only three known Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 bodied by Gläser Karosserien: the Dresden-based company founded by Heinrich Gläser. The Gläser company built in the 1930s luxurious, high-priced and extravagant convertible body shells in single or batch production for chassis built, among others, by Maybach, Mercedes-Benz and Horch.
Alfa Romeo Automobiles S.p.A. (Italian: [ˈalfa roˈmɛːo]) is an Italian luxury car manufacturer, founded by Frenchman Alexandre Darracq as Società Anonima Italiana Darracq (SAID), a company that would produce and sell special Darracq models for Italy. In late 1909, the Italian Darracq cars were selling slowly, and the Italian partners of the company hired Giuseppe Merosi to design new cars.Founded: 24 June 1910; 109 years ago (as A.L.F.A.), …
The Alfa Romeo 6C 1900 was the last derivative of the original 6C 1500, produced in 197 examples during 1933, as a transitional model before the new 6C 2300 was introduced the following year. Only made in Gran Turismo guise with a 2,920 mm (115.0 in) wheelbase, the 6C 1900 replaced the corresponding 6C 1750 model. 
This is the story of the Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 Aerodinamica Spider. Image credit: Megadeluxe The year is 1934 and in racing, Alfa Romeo was basking in a warm glow of victory in the European Grand Prix, winning more than half of all the races they entered.
Mid 1920s Alfa Romeo RL was considered too large and heavy, so new car development started. 6C 1500 was introduced in 1925 Milan and production started 1927. Alfa Romeo P2 Grand Prix car was taken as starting point. Engine capacity was now 1487 cc instead of P2's 1987 cc, also supercharger was dropped away. First versions were carrying bodies from James Young and Carrozzeria Touring.Manufacturer: Alfa Romeo