Alfa Romeo Coupes and Spiders In Detail since 1945 9781906133863
Alfa Romeo Coupes and Spiders In Detail since 1945 9781906133863
Alfa Romeo Coupes and Spiders In Detail since 1945 9781906133863
Alfa Romeo Coupes and Spiders In Detail since 1945 9781906133863

Alfa Romeo Coupes and Spiders In Detail since 1945

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ALFA ROMEO COUPÉS & SPIDERS

IN DETAIL since 1945

By Chris Rees 

Editions Herridge Books

176 pages 

En Anglais 

ISBN 9781906133863

 

ALFA ROMEO COUPÉS & SPIDERS

IN DETAIL since 1945

The appeal of Alfa Romeo’s sports cars is, of course, partly down to their aesthetic eminence.

A host of talented designers created their best work for Alfa – Giorgetto Giugiaro’s Giulia Sprint GT, Franco Scaglione’s 33 Stradale and Pininfarina’s Duetto Spider to name but a few – but style was only ever a part of the story.

Drivers love Alfa Romeo coupés and spiders, too, because technically speaking, these cars were in a class of their own. Alfa Romeo consistently employed elements from much more expensive machinery, democratising them into its sports cars.

One can cite gearboxes with multiple ratios, all-round disc brakes, lightweight aluminium engines, perfectly balanced weight distribution and many more.

This book celebrates Alfa Romeo’s most iconic sporting machinery.

From the earliest sports cars of its formative years right up to the present day, every Alfa coupé and spider is described in detail.

Included are exotics like the 6C 2500 Freccia d’Oro, Montreal and 8C Competizione; focused enthusiast cars like the Giulietta Sprint Veloce, Giulia GTA and 4C; comfortable touring machines such as the 2600 Spider and Giulia GTC; iconic “everyman” sports cars like the Giulia Spider, Alfetta GTV and Alfasud Sprint; and genuinely unique projects such as the ES-30 SZ. Also included are many coachbuilt cars, official concepts and show cars. 

By Chris Rees 

En Anglais 

9781906133863

9781906133863
Nouveau

Après la second Guerre Mondiale, le constructeur italien sort de la production artisanale qui prévalait depuis ses débuts pour aller vers la production de masse. Ce changement est matérialisé par le lancement de la routière 1900 en 1950 et surtout par celui de la Giulietta en 1954. Alfa Romeo inaugure son usine d’Arese, près de Milan, en 1963. 

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