Selling an Alfa Romeo 2600
First launched in March 1962 at the Geneva Motor Show, the Alfa Romeo 2600 range would replace the Alfa Romeo 2000 range. While essentially the same chassis, modifications were made such as the adoption of disc brakes at the front, as well as some minor trim changes. The factory-built Berlina sedan, the Bertone-designed Sprint coupe and the Touring-designed Spider would be the first official offerings of the 2600 range and would later be joined by a striking Zagato coupe with a jutting, rounded nose. With a new engine and an excellent power-to-weight ratio, the Alfa Romeo 2600 series was often viewed as more entertaining than the previous 2000 series, and was commercially more successful. Running alongside the Giulietta, however, proved to be difficult for the 2600, as the Giulietta was half the price and more fun to drive. Still, the Alfa Romeo 2600 was known for being an excelling touring car: quiet, comfortable, roomy, and with traditional Alfa Romeo handling that makes the driver feel secure on nearly any road.pider built by Touring was released using the same floorpan of the 1900 Super Sprint and a more powerful 115hp version of the 1,975cc engine. This two-seat open-top car would use a floor-mounted shifter, yet in 1961 a 2+2 model would become available. At the end of 1960, the third variant would be introduced – the 2000 Sprint coupe. Using what was essentially a Spider chassis, the Sprint was designed by Bertone and was known for its styling and performance.
Alfa Romeo 2600 Seller’s Guide
Today, the Alfa Romeo 2600 is still an attractive purchase for buyers of all types. During production from 1962 to 1969, approximately 2,038 Berlina models, 2,255 Spider models, and 6,999 Sprint models were produced. After the cancellation of the line, there would be no large saloon Alfa to replace the 2600 until the Alfa 6 debuted in 1979. If you’re thinking about selling your classic Alfa 2600, the Alex Manos team wants to speak with you. Always in the market to purchase European and American classics of all makes, models and conditions, their team would be happy to learn more about your Alfa Romeo 2600. Should it fit into their California classic car dealership’s inventory, they will offer you top dollar in cash – payable on the spot. Furthermore, to make the transaction as smooth and successful as possible for all parties, they can pick up your classic from any location in the country. In fact, the whole process can take less than 48 hours from the initial call. If you’re ready to find a new home for your classic Alfa, the team at Alex Manos appreciates the opportunity to earn your business. In the meantime, they encourage you to tour their website to learn more about their company and the many Seller’s Tips for the various Alfa 2600 models.
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