One of only ten known to exist, the stunning vehicle has been on display in a museum collection for decades.
A rare 1968 Alfa Romeo racing prototype on offer from Geneva’s Kidston for $1.2 million
Developed and improved after its original launch in 1967, the Tipo 33 became the 33/2 and started to win races in earnest.
Rarest and most beautiful was the long tail version, created for high speed circuits like Le Mans, where this example competed in both 1968 and ’69.
You’ve never been adverse to a beautiful bit of tail….
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- Posted August 08, 2011
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