Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 “Monza”
The Alfa Romeo 8C can be considered as one of the most famous sports cars of the 1930s.
The car’s name derives from the engine adopted: an 8-cylinder in-line supercharged engine with a displacement of 2,336 cc. The Alfa Romeo could be considered the “state of art” for technology, innovative solutions and performances.
Characterized by an impressive reliability and driveability the “8C” achieved significant victories in international car racing competitions. It linked its name to the famous Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari that won, among the others, the Targa Florio race in Sicily and the prestigious Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
This last victory gave the “Monza” name to the twin seater GP car. From the racing version, a production batch of almost 200 vehicles was produced for the private markets and to be used on the normal road.
- Steering wheels
- Realistic suspension
- Highly detailed engine
- Rubber tires
- 330 plastic parts
- 30 Chromed parts
- Photoetched parts
- Opening cowling
- Screws, tubes, rope and nylon net