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Vintage and Pre-War Registrar: Carol Corliss

Alfa Romeo's glorious pre-war racing history and the luxury nature of its road cars in this period ensure that examples built during the period from the formation in 1910 until the outbreak of WW2 are some of the most desirable amongst vintage collectors.

 

1900 Register + 6C2300/2500 Registrar: Peter MarshallThe 1900 was the first Alfa Romeo car to be designed for mass production with an integrated body-shell. A saloon (Type 1483) was built between 1950 and 1954 and the Sprint coupe (Type 1484) from 1951 until 1954.

 

Giulietta (750 & 101) Register Registrar: Peter Yaxley 1959 saw the introduction of the Giulietta Sprint (Type 750), a small two-door coupe. Berlina (saloon) and Spider versions followed as did some special-bodied coupes from Bertone and Zagato. Production finished by 1965.

 

2600 Register Registrar: Ian PackerThe Alfa Romeo 2600 (Type 106) is a range of six-cylinder cars produced by Alfa Romeo between 1961 and 1968. The car was first shown at the 1962 Geneva Motor Show.

 

Giulia (105/115) Register Registrar: Stuart TaylorThe Giulia range of cars (Types 105/115) comprised of numerous saloons, coupes, spider models that were in production between 1962 and 1993.

 

Zagato Register Registrar: Franco MacriThe association between Alfa Romeo and the styling house of Zagato dates from the 1920s and has produced a number of special-bodied cars on Alfa Romeo running gear.

 

Montreal Register Registrar: Chris SladeThe Bertone designed Montreal was developed from a show car that first appeared as a 2+2 with a 1.6-litre engine at the 1970 Expo in Montreal.

 

Giulietta (116) Register Registrar: Alex JupeThe 116-series Giulietta was a four-door saloon car in production between 1977 and 1984. Various four cylinder petrol and diesel engine options were available.

 

GTV6 Register Registrar: Alex JupeThe GTV6 was a V6 engined coupe which shared its layout and body-shape with the earlier Alfetta GTV (Type 116). The GTV6 was produced between 1980 and 1986.

 

Alfetta Register Registrar: Alex Jupe

The Type 116 Alfetta (meaning Little Alfa) was a range of 4-door saloons and 2-door coupes introduced in 1971. Designed by Centro Stile Alfa Romeo, production started in 1972 and continued until the mid 1980s.

 

Alfasud Register Registrar: Ian Brookfield & Gary Walker

With over one million units built, the Alfa Romeo Alfasud (Type 901, 902 and 904) is one of Alfa Romeo's most successful models. It was produced in saloon, hatchback, coupe and estate car designs between 1972 and 1989.

 

33 Register Registrar: Paul Hide

The Alfa Romeo 33 (Types 905 and 907) is a family hatch-back car produced between 1983 and 1995. It was based on the same floorplan as the Alfasud which it replaced. Almost 1 million Alfa 33s had been built.

 

Minari Register Registrar: Peter FreemanThe Minari is two-seater sports car (Club Sport/Road Sport) based on the mechanicals of the Alfasud/Alfa 33.

 

6 Register Registrar: Vacant The Alfa 6 (Type 119) was a five-seat saloon car produced between 1979 and 1987 and was Alfa's flagship from launch.

 

90 Register Registrar: VacantThe Alfa Romeo 90 (Type 162A) is a four-door executive saloon car in production between between 1984 and 1987.

 

75 Register Registrar: Nick Suiter

Released to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Alfa Romeo, the 75 (Type 162) was  in production between 1985 and 1992.

 

164 Register Registrar: Daryl Staddon

The Pininfarina-designed Alfa Romeo 164 (Type 164) is a four-door executive saloon which was in production from 1987 to 1998.

 

SZ/RZ ES30 Register Registrar: Adrian Jardine

The SZ coupe and RZ roadster (Type 162) were based on the Alfa 75.  Limited numbers were built between 1989 and 1993.

 

155 Register Registrar: Steve Ball

The 155 (Type 167) was a four-door saloon introduced in 1993 to replace the Alfa 75. The model was in production for six years until 1998.

 

145/146 Register Registrar: James Fearnley

The (Type 930) 145 and 146 were two and four-door hatchbacks which were introduced in 1994 and 1995 respectively. Both remained in production until 2000.

 

GTV/Spider Register Registrar: Gary FisherLaunched at the Geneva Motor Show in 1995, the (Type 916) GTV and Spider shared similar mechanical layouts. Both cars were in production until 2004.

 

156 Register Registrar: Oliver Yarrow The Alfa Romeo 156 (Type 932) is a compact executive car that was launched at the 1997 Frankfurt Motor Show.

 

166 Register Registrar: VacantThe Alfa Romeo 166 (Type 936) is a four-door, five-seat, executive saloon that was built between 1998 and 2007.

 

147 Register Registrar: Robert PotokThe Alfa Romeo 147 (Type 937) is a luxury 3 or 5 door compact car that was produced between 2000 and 2010.

 

GT Register Registrar: Vacant The Type 937 GT is a two-door coupe that was introduced at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show. It shares many mechanical parts with the 156 and 147 and remained in production until 2010.

 

159 Register Registrar: Chris MacDonaldIntroduced at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show as a replacement for the 156, the Alfa Romeo 159 (Type 939) is a compact executive car produced by Alfa Romeo between 2005 and 2011.

 

Brera Register Registrar: Ian ChesterThe Alfa Romeo Brera (Type 939) is a 2+2 sports coupe produced between 2005 and 2010. The widely-acclaimed Giugiaro design concept first appeared at Geneva in 2002.

 

Spider (939) Register Registrar: Guy Swarbrick

The (Type 939) Spider shares its mechanical layout with the Brera coupe and 159 saloon. The 939 Spider was launched in 2006.

 

MiTo Register Registrar: David Faithful

The MiTo (Type 955) is a three-door hatchback introduced in 2008 and produced until 2018, not being replaced.

 

Giulietta (940) Register Registrar: Alex Black

Launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2010, the Giulietta (Type 940) is a five-door C-segment hatchback.

 

4C Register Registrar: Paul Jones

The Alfa Romeo 4C (Type 960) is a small, mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive sports car currently in production at the Maserati plant in Modena, Italy. Coupe and spider versions are available.

 

Giulia (952) Register Registrar: Duncan Langford & Graham Whiteside

The Type 952 Giulia made it's first public appearance in June 2015 in the Alfa Romeo Museo Storico in Arese. It is a four-door, D-segment performance saloon.

 

Stelvio Register Registrar: Craig Donaldson

The Alfa Romeo Stelvio (Tipo 949) is the company's first SUV (named after the Stelvio Pass) which entered production at the end of 2016, sharing the same platform as the Giulia.

 

Modified Register Registrar: Ben Cook

The modified regiter is a source of help and technical information for members who want to customise their Alfa Romeo cars.

 

Tonale Register Registrar: To Be Confirmed

The Tonale (named after the Tonale mountain pass) was unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show as Alfa Romeo's C-segment SUV.

 

 



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