Alfa Romeo 8c 1935 BEECHCRAFT.psd
Alfa Romeo 8C is one of the most famous models of its time, and it was also the first car to use an eight-cylinder engine. The company introduced this supercharged engine in its racing car in the mid-1930. The Alfa Romeo 8C was powered by a new twin-carb gasoline motor that offered tremendous power but was much more powerful than any of its predecessors. This gasoline engine was also fitted with an aluminum radiator, and this allowed the Alfa Romeo 8C to achieve high-speed speeds, which was one of its main attractions.
When the Second World War arrived, Alfa Romeo wanted to produce vehicles that could be used in military operations against the German forces, so it decided to cease production of the racing cars and focus instead on developing more modern vehicles that were suited for fighting. However, once the war was over, Alfa Romeo was not finished with its sports car projects, as it continued to produce ultra-stylish cars using the same two-cylinder engine that had been used in the earlier Alfa Romeo cars. Some of these cars became very popular with the public, which led Alfa Romeo to begin creating cars for the everyday consumer. These beautiful cars ever produced by Alfa Romeo have become some of the most sought after sports cars ever produced, and there is a lot of collector's fever out there for these cars.