The Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 was one of the first postwar models produced by this classic Italian manufacturer during the years 1947 to 1952.
By 1947, Alfa Romeo had dug out from the rubble left by the Allied bombing of its factory in Milan and resumed civilian car production with the Tipo 6C 2500.
This dohc six-cylinder design was essentially an evolution of the prewar 6C 2500.
This Farina-bodied two-seat cabriolet was one of four body types offered in the postwar Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 series. It was designed by Giovanni Michelotti, who later worked for several other coachbuilders like Vignale and Ghia. Michelotti eventually started his own coachbuilding company.
The 6C 2500 was the last Alfa Romeo built with separate frame and body and the marque's last coachbuilt cars, with bodies supplied by Touring, Pinin Farina, Stabilimenti Farina and Boneschi.
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