The 1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Gran Sport Aprile Spyder Corsa
The 1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Gran Sport Aprile Spyder Corsa is a vivid testament to the Alfa creed of building cars that not only look great, but perform superbly. The Alfa 6C originated in 1927, and provided the basis for a number of classic Alfas in various forms. In 1929 the 1750 (indicating an engine displacement of 1752cc) was introduced, and in touring and racing versions could generate upwards of 85hp. The 1750s were highly successful in racing, winning the Mille Miglia, the Belgian 24 Hours and the Tourist Trophy in 1930.