Alfa Romeo produced the 6C series between 1927 and 1954, and the Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 as a versatile vehicle used on the road or racetrack.
The highest sale value of the Alfa Romeo 6c 2500 was $4.84 million sold in 2013, while the average sale is approximately $969,323 USD.
In the early 1920’s Vittorio Jano was tasked to create a high-performance, lightweight vehicle to replace the RL and RM models.
Coachbuilders like James Young, Zagato, Touring Castagna, and Pininfarina made the bodies of these cars.
The name “6C” refers to six cylinders of the car’s straight-six engine. The 6C 2500 was the last of the famous six cylinder cars.
For the reason that World War ll was coming the car development was put on hold. Postwar, the first new Alfa Romeo model was the 1946 6C 2500.
The 6C 2500 was the fastest car and was the first to each 100mph thanks to increased engine capacity and improved fuel feed.
As a racing car, the 6C 2500 SS made its debut by winning the Tobruk Tripoli coastal endurance race in 1939, it continued its sporting success after the war from 1946 to 1950.
A total of 2800 6C 2500 were developed which made it the most successful Alfa Romeo model.