They feature the first car branded ALFA, the 24 HP from 1910, and the concept of the Competition 8C from 2007: the oldest and the youngest of the cars exhibited at the Museo storico Alfa Romeo in Arese. And, between them, other vehicles that wrote the legend of the Biscione, on the road and on the tracks.
Thirty-six shots, all frontal, for the new set of entrance tickets to the Museum, being distributed from today. A special memory to take home, a series to collect for groups and clubs.
They feature the cars that triumphed in the races – from the GP 159 “Alfetta”, world champion in the 1951 Formula 1 race, to Vittorio Jano’s legendary P2, and to the 33 TT12. Beauty queens like the “Villa d’Este”, and concept cars like the Carabo, Iguana or Disco Volante; icons like the Giulietta, 1900, Giulia TI.
And many others. On an Alfa red background and accompanied by the stylized letter M which is present in the logo in order to represent the concepts of museum, automobile, and movement.