Alfa Romeo 6 C Pescara 1934.psd
This 1934 Alfa Romeo 6C Pescara has a fascinating history. It was sold to Dino Carabba in 1933 and entered into the Varese-Campo dei Fiori rally that same year. It was sold three times before 1938 and was rebuilt by Savona body shop Giuseppe Aprile. Brunello Feltri bought it in 1938 and used it in the 1936 Milan Show.
The first production Alfa Romeo 6C Pescara was a type 3 model, which was only made in one year. This car was not a racing car and therefore didn't come with independent suspension. The Alfa Romeo 6C was produced in two-seat versions, one with a front and a rear engine. The first type had independent suspension. The second type was a Touring Superleggera and was known as the 2300.
The Alfa Romeo 6C was a sporty road car, and was the most popular model in its class. It had a rigid axle, and a rear-mounted engine. It was an extremely powerful and popular car for its day. A Pescara was also a very practical choice for a family or a first-time buyer. In the 1930s, the company began to build cars for the Italian Army. The first production was of 60 Touring-bodied cars, and 58 were built.
The 6C Pescara had a four-cylinder, straight-six engine. It was the last production version. The 6C 2300 was the fourth model and it was introduced in the 1934 Milan auto show. The 6C 2300 Pescara had a 2.3-liter straight-six engine that produced 95 horsepower. The car had a top speed of ninety mph. The Pescara was made from 1934 until 1937 and there were only 185 of these cars manufactured.