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6 of the rarest Alfa Romeos of all time

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Often it is claimed that you can't be a true petrolhead until you have owned an Alfa Romeo. Of course, that is true since Alfa has some of the rarest, flamboyant and sexiest classic cars on the planet. So we've rounded up some of the rarest classics of all time.

6: 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ

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The Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ is a racing version of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta. It was first ever shown at the 1960 Geneva Motor show and was launched in 1963. Despite its drop dead gorgeous looks only 200 units were made.

5: Alfa Romeo 2600 GT Coupe


The prototype of this was first ever seen at the Turin Motor Show in 1963. Then in 1965, it went into production until 1967. Despite being built for two years only a total of 105 models were ever made.

4: Alfa romeo Tipo Stradale 33

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Talking about a sexy Alfa Romeo, this one takes the cake for being utterly beautiful. You are instantly blown away by its craftsmanship. This insane machine was built between 1967 to 1969 with only 18 models ever made.

3: Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Lungo Bertina

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The first one ever built was back in 1937 and was later that year was featured at the Paris Motor Show along with the Milan show. Also, this rare gem won Most Elegant Closed Car award at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance back in 2001. But with only 5 models made it is a super rare find.

2: Alfa Romeo 1900 Sprint Supergioiello

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This little Alfa was first introduced back in 1951 and was the first new series to be built after World War 2. But this is extremely rare even though 19 models were made there are only 3 survivors. Which means if you spot this you are very lucky.

1: Alfa Romeo 750 Competizione

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The Alfa Romeo 750 Competizione was sadly built after Alfa Romeo stopped competition cars in 1955. Only two were ever built but never raced even though they went through multiple tests before the project itself was axed. There is only one working one that you can see at the Alfa Romeo Museum in Arese.

Which one would you want to own?


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