Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Bertone 1942
The 6C 2500 was the last of the large, bespoke Jano-designed Alfa Romeo produced in relatively small volumes before World War II and also immediately afterwards. Post-war versions- built through to 1951-had column gear changes, but were otherwise mechanically virtually identical. In fact these cars had continued to be manufactured throughout the war in very small numbers, as this car testifies. They came with two and four door coachwork and with between 87 and 110 bhp; in this Super Sport form they do comfortably over 100 mph. These cars with their large 17 inch wheels and twin overhead camshaft stright-six engines reflected all the firm's old engineering values and made an ideal basis for exotic bodywork from the likes of Touring (who prepared the majority of coachwork), Ghia and in this case Bertone.
This 1942 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Coupé by Bertone was entered by Corrado Lopresto from Italy at the 2011 Concorso d'Eleganza at Villa d'Este.
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