1930-1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750

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Alfa Romeo’s chief designer, Vittorio Jano, introduced the 6C 1750 at the 1929 Rome Motor Show. Powered by a bored and stroked 1752cc version of the previous 1487cc ‘six’, the 6C 1750 replaced Jano's highl...

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Simon Says

“The definitive evolution of the 6C design and the car that brought the magic numbers ‘1750’ to the Milanese marque. As a supercharged twin-cam, a sparkling 100mph speedster in a world of side-valve sluggards”

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Years built: 1930-1933
Make: Alfa Romeo
Model: 6C 1750
Coachbuilder: Zagato, Touring, Castagna, Farina, Figoni, James Young, Weymann and Carlton
Body: Coachbuilt
Engine Size: 1752cc straight-six
Bhp: 85
0-60 secs: 14.0 secs
Top Speed Mph: 95 mph
Category: Grand Touring, Pre-War
Event Eligibility: Colorado Grand | Le Mans Classic | Mille Miglia | Pebble Beach Concours | Villa d'Este

Did You Know?

Such was the performance of Jano’s quite perfect supercharged 6C 1750, that with rival manufacturers Bugatti and Maserati building ever-larger capacity racing cars someone said to him in jest...