Alfa Romeo

OUR CARS

The cars on display, divided into sedans, coupés and spiders, represent an important heritage for the history of Italian cars. The entire production of the Casa del Biscione from 1950 to 2015.

Among the oldest models are the 6C 2500 Sport Freccia Oro, known as the "Gobbone" and the 2500 Super Sport 105 HP convertible, both from 1950. There are two unique cars in the world: the Alfa 155 of the Speed Record and the Giulia 1600 TI Super Quadrifoglio Verde, the only one produced in grey.

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Here are the cars of the Museum 

2500 SS Spider Farina 1950
Giulia 1600 Spider 1963
2600 Spider 1962
1600 Spider "Duetto" 1967
R.Z. 3000 1995
Spider 2.0 2002
Spider 1.6 1990
Giulia 1600 Sprint 1963
2600 Sprint 1966
1300 Zagato 1971
1750 GTV Veloce 1969
1300 Sprint 1962
Giulia 1600 SS 1967
Alfasud Sprint 1977
GTV 2500 6V 1983
Montreal 1971
Alfetta 1600 1977
S.Z. 3.0 1990
GT Junior 1.3 "Scalino" 1970
GTV 2.0 V6 Turbo 1998
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.5 "Freccia D'oro" 1950
Giulietta T.I. 1960
1900 Super 1958
2000 Sedan 1961
Giulia 1600 Super QV 1964
1750 Sedan 1970
2600 Sedan 1963
Alfetta 1800 1975
Alfasud T.I. 1974
Alfa 6 2500 1981
Arna 1300 T.I. 1986
Giulietta Turbo Delta 1985
Alfa 75 Evolution 1987
Alfa 90 Q.O. 2.5 1986
164 3.0 Q.V. 1993
Giulia 1300 1976
Alfetta 2.0 Q.O. 1984
Alfa 75 2.0 "num. 1991
33 Permanent 4×4 1991
Alfasud "Giardinetta"1978
Alfetta 2.0 1983
145 1.6 Boxer 1995
156 2.5 6V Q.tronic 1999
155 Q4 1992
166 6V Turbo 1999
33 Imola 199
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146 1.4 Twin Spark 1997
AR 51 "Matta" 195
1
155 Q4 Record Now 1992
Formula Boxer 1.7 1987
GT Junior Replica GTA 1970
Alfa Brera 3.2 JTS V6 Q4 2009
Alfa 4C coupé 2015

The Alphas, as Pindar said of the winners of Olympia, were born from courage, from risk, they are daughters of fire and wind, they are daughters of grace and strength.
They were born from an imponderable, from a stroke of genius or luck.

Leonardo Sinisgalli

OUR CARS

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A unique collection

The cars on display, divided into sedans, coupés and spiders, represent an important heritage for the history of Italian cars. The entire production of the Casa del Biscione from 1950 to 2015.

 

The unmissable Alfa

 Among the oldest models stand out the 6C 2500 Sport Freccia d'Oro, called "Gobbone" and the 2500 Super Sport 105 HP convertibleboth from 1950. Two are the only cars in the world: the Alfa 155 of the Speed Record and the Giulia 1600 TI Super Quadrifoglio Verde, the only specimen produced in gray.

 

Here are our cars

2500 SS Spider Farina 1950
Giulia 1600 Spider 1963
2600 Spider 1962
1600 Spider "Duetto" 1967
R.Z. 3000 1995
Spider 2.0 2002
Spider 1.6 1990
Giulia 1600 Sprint 1963
2600 Sprint 1966
1300 Zagato 1971
1750 GTV Fast 1969
1300 Sprint 1962
Giulia 1600 SS 1967
Alfasud Sprint 1977
GTV 2500 6V 1983
Montreal 1971
Alfetta 1600 1977
S.Z. 3.0 1990
GT Junior 1.3 "Step" 1970
GTV 2.0 V6 Turbo 1998
2.5 "Golden Arrow" 1950
Juliet T.I. 1960
1900 Super 1958
2000 Sedan 1961
Giulia 1600 Super QV 1964
1750 Sedan 1970
Alfa 4C coupe 2015

2600 Sedan 1963
Alfetta 1800 1975
Alfasud T.I. 1974
Alfa 6 2500 1981
Arna 1300 T.I. 1986
Giulietta Turbo Delta 1985
Alfa 75 Evolution 1987
Alfa 90 Q.O. 2.5 1986
164 3.0 Q.V. 1993
Giulia 1300 1976
Alfetta 2.0 Q.O. 1984
Alfa 75 2.0 "num. 1991
33 Permanent 4×4 1991
Alfasud "Giardinetta"1978
Alfetta 2.0 1983
145 1.6 Boxer 1995
156 2.5 6V Q.tronic 1999
155 Q4 1992
166 6V Turbo 1999
33 Imola 199
3
146 1.4 Twin Spark 1997
AR 51 "Matta" 195
1
155 Q4 Record Now 1992
Formula Boxer 1.7 1987
GT Junior Replica GTA 1970
Alfa Brera 3.2 JTS V6 Q4 2009

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The Alfa, as Pindar said of the Olympia winners, were born from courage, from risk, they are daughters of fire and wind, they are daughters of grace and strength. They were born from an imponderable, from a stroke of genius or luck.

Leonardo Sinisgalli

"Every season I've seen the rules, the technologies, the routes change, but one thing has always remained the same: the extraordinary ability of men to make every challenge a page of history."

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