The Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Mille Miglia was the Italian choice for road racing, because in racetrack the domain of
German vehicles was becoming devastating. Vittorio Jano developed specifically for this race the 8C 2900B, with
an engine of 2.9 liters and 300 hp, getting at least one win in each event entered, and the top two positions in
the 1938 Mille Miglia with Biondetti and Pintacuda.
The 1938 was the first victory of Clemente Biondetti in the Mille Miglia, with Aldo Stefani co-driver. His main
rivals were his own teammates, Farina and Pintacuda, however won with an average of 135.391 km/h, record
not beaten until 1953. After the Second World War, in 1947 won again ahead of Nuvolari with the 2900B. The
victories of 1948 and 1949, this time with Ferrari 166, makes him the king of the Mille Miglia, the only driver
who has won four times.
According to our artisan philosophy, developing and producing entirely by hand in our small workshop without third party, the Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B has been a qualitative leap, both at the company level (being one of the few artisans who manufacture fully our resins), as finidhing level, as this time between the Auto Avio and Alfa Romeo has allowed us to improve our manufacturing processes, building an own chassis for the model and avoid using resources as photoetched and molten metals.
The mechanics also been improved, incorporating more engine revolutions and engine cradle mounting an axial bearings, axles and crown calibrated, plus exclusive rims specifically modified for our 2900B.
We also wanted to pamper the presentation, in which we have put special affection in the construction of a noble wooden box numbered, marked with fire and oak finish with antique look, with a cobblestone base.
Production will be limited to 300 numbered units and is available from October 28, 2014, at a price of 157 euros (shipping not included).
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