This car was spotted in the garage of the man fixing their plane. It started with a toss off line about a beautiful Alfa with a Zagato body…little did I know that a few of these existed. And they’re gorgeous. So here it is, presented for the Ubiquity system:

1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Zagato Spyder

This 1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Gran Sport is from the fifth series of production and wears coachwork by Zagato, and is equipped with a superchanged 1750cc six-cylinder engine that provided 85 horsepower at 4400 rpm. In reality, it was first registered on August 10th of 1931 in the village of Saint Varent in Southwest France to Baron Phillipe de Gunzbourg and he owned it until about 1935. He used it for racing and hill climbing events.

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Size: 2   Def: 6   Str: 6   Spd: 100 mph   Rng: 180 mi. Han: +2   Crew: 1   Pass: 1   Cost: $5000

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