1957 Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS 3-Window Coupe (from Fantasy Junction)
One of the most desirable classic Alfa Romeos, the 1900 was the marque's first all-new postwar model. Only a handful of coupes were built, and this example features rare coachwork by Carrozzeria Touring.
1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spider (from Chequered Flag)
Both the Bellini and carpaccio were invented at the world's most elegant eatery, opened in 1931 by bartender Giuseppe Cipriani. A favorite of Ernest Hemingway, Alfred Hitchcock, Truman Capote and Orson Welles, it continues to serve the beautiful people in the most beautiful city in Italy.
1962 Alfa Romeo 2000 Touring Spider(from Beverly Hills Car Club)
The 2000 was presented in 1957 at the Turin Motor Show, with a 4-door, 6-seater saloon Berlina body. Production started in 1958, and the car was available as a Berlina or super-stylish Spider convertible.
1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Specialé (from Southwood Car Co.)
The sinuous Speciale was conceived as a more luxurious version of Alfa Romeo's Giulietta, with gorgeous coachwork by Bertone. This example underwent a professional nut and bolt restoration and is in mint condition.
1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal Coupe (from Hyman Ltd.)
At the 1967 Montreal Expo, Alfa Romeo introduced a stunning new concept, an aggressively styled 2+2 coupe based on the Giulia Sprint GT chassis with a Giulia Ti 1600cc engine. Definitely in competition as the sexiest Alfa Romeo ever built.