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Website Overview and Purpose

..This website is produced for the benefit and enjoyment of owners and admirers of Alfa Romeo automobiles of the 1900 Series built in Milan from 1950 to 1959.
The purpose is to promote the restoration, preservation and use of these fine classic cars through the cultivation of an accurate register of survivors, provision of a forum for the exchange of knowledge and information, facilitating  access to updated technical data and the archival of  historical material. Fundamentally this website is a private one serving the interests of owners.

Members, readers, cognisanti, car-guys, viewers,  visitors, site-surfers, sightseers,  gawkers, the curious and any others are invited to make their views known. Participation makes us what we are to be. We want to be better but that is hard without your help.


Welcome to visitors to  this  website that  focuses on serving a) the interests of the owners of cars in the 1951-1959 Alfa Romeo 1900 model range and b) an expanded worldwide group.
We hope you will enjoy this site and visit it often. Please tell us know how we are doing and what we can do for you. Thanks.


Director Notes

Touring the Touring badges on AR 1900C cars

Just about when your website savants thought they thought they might know everything about 1900 Alfas, someone asked a simple question. The simple answer may drive owners of certain Touring bodied C cars rushing to check their 200mm Touring badge on the trunk deck lid of  their cars. Registered owners can find out more by signing in

Items of Interest

Peter Vack Review of the AR1900  

"This a keeper, replaying a 2012 Peter Vack review of the 1900 and of the Millenove book. Our thanks to Skip  Cook who drew our attention to this "


Great Image Collection


on Sat, 09/10/2016 - 17:42

By David Martin   01585

The Mille was spectacular and beyond expectation and an incredible amount of fun. Can you imagine driving as fast as you can, running all red lights, driving on the sidewalks and racing the police, all to the encouragement of about every Italian in the country

 Oh and the parties.I first got interested in the Mille when in 2015 I visited Brescia the day of the start of the race.  There were about 80,000 people drinking beer on a hot afternoon in a medieval city then 400 classic race cars wove thru the town with zero crowd control. I knew then I had to enter.