Supercharged Spyder

The 1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Zagato Spyder was one of the most desirable sports cars of the 1930s

Alfa Romeo and Zagato are two of the most charismatic names in Italian automotive history. Alfa Romeo built thousands of cars with bodies by other coachbuilders, and Zagato bodied chassis from most of the great manufacturers of the world, but beginning in the late 1920s, these two great houses jointly produced some of the most desirable sports and racing cars of the 20th century.

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