The Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 saw the light of the automotive world in 1939. The chassis of this six-cylinder engine is used, as in the previous models, as a basis for manifold copies. Whether open or closed, for two or six people, as a sports car, racing car or saloon car, the Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 made his day a very good figure. Thus the great Alfa Romeo also collected awards in several automotive beauty contests. The Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Villa d' Este 1949 is even named after the eponymous Concours d'Elegance on Lake Como. Its styling is more modern than that of the Freccia d' Oro, the Golden Arrow, with the post-war era starts for Alfa Romeo. Discover at this website at the huge selection of offerings including rare vintage and historical models from the USA or Italy.