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SLIDER: 1953 Alfa Romeo 1900 C Pininfarina Coupé

The Alfa Romeo 1900 was introduced in 1950 as a saloon.  It was an important car for Alfa, being the company’s first car built on a production line and first production car without a separate chassis. It was also the first Alfa Romeo offered with left-hand drive.  The coupé version was introduced as a GT for privateers to race.

The C suffix indicated Carrozzieri, meaning a chassis for coachbuilders.  Touring built the majority of coupé production, but Pininfarina created its own interpretation of the 1900, building a series of 100 vehicles between 1952 and 1953.  The example here was manufactured in October 1953.


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