A few sheets of flat aluminum and it somehow turned into this curvaceous bonnet on an old Italian racecar…
Best of Show at the Chantilly Arts & Elégance Richard Mille. This Alfa Romeo 8C2900 was one of the fastest sports cars in the world pre-WWII even when clothed with the gorgeous Superleggera coachwork by Touring of Milan. (It was still actively raced post-WW2 in the USA and won the 1948 Watkins Glen gran prix) […]
Alfa Romeo never built an 8C2900 in this form. Usually they were either a berlinetta (coupe) or in a spyder (convertible) configuration built upon the 8C’s series of frame design with the famous dual supercharged inline eight cylinder engine. It might not be 1935… but who knows what the future might bring forth?