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Dark Green

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Rosso Leather

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CENTRAL

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Prototype

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26/08/2022

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Interesting Facts

The first “modern” mid-engined sports car design. The first mid-engined car with central driving position (albeit Lancia deposited a patent for a centrally driven design in 1934). The first car designed to take account of newly developed principles of aerodynamics, to provide low drag both externally and internally. The first car which was designed for high speeds, by using a body which fully enveloped the underside of the car to reduce air turbulence beneath it and an aerodynamic front design to reduce front lift of the car. This car was planned as a V12 ( as a 12C-35-version), but was fitted with a six-cylinder engine.

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Location History

Country FlagSinsheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany InfoExhibited in Technik Museum Sinsheim

Country FlagParis, Île-de-France, France InfoSeptember 2016: Chantilly Arts & Elégance ( Special Prize in the category Pre-War open road cars).

Country FlagChichester, England, United Kingdom InfoSeptember 14-16, 2012: Goodwood Revival Meeting 2012 ( as #01).

Country FlagChichester, England, United Kingdom InfoJune 30 - July 3, 2011: Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011 ( as #116).

Country FlagChichester, England, United Kingdom InfoJuly 2-4, 2010: Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010.

Country FlagDüsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany InfoAugust 2-3, 2008: Schloss Dyck Classic Days ( as a #049). First public appearance after restoration.

Country FlagLondon, England, United Kingdom InfoIn 1998(?), bought by an Italian car collector who repainted the car in metallic blue.

Country FlagNew York, New York, United States InfoBought by car collector Colin Crabb in 1967.

Country FlagNew York, New York, United States InfoIn 1948 he was sent to the USA.

Country FlagRome, Lazio, Italy InfoSince December 24, 1946 - "R 0559". In 1947 it was sold to an American soldier in Italy.

Information

'1935 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 'Aerodinamica Spider ( chassis 700316).
Originally painted Green, repainted to Blue and then repainted back to original color.

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