Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 group S (1940)
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Chassis numbers in the book "Alfa Romeo 6C 2500" of Angelo Tito Anselmi, Editoriale Domus, 1993
Alfa 6C register
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Specifications

Production:
Model Year Units built Chassis Specifications
6C Super Sport Touring Berlinetta (SS) 1939 32 915005-? here
6C SS Touring Cabriolet "Duxia" 1939 3 915015 here
6C Sport Touring Cabriolet 1939 3 915119, 915128 here
6C Sport Touring Berlinetta (S) 1939 13 here and here and here and here
6C SS Pinifarina Spider 1941 1 915026 here
6C SS Bertone Coupe 1942 1 915516 here
6C Super Sport Touring Cabriolet (SS) 1943 3 915527 here
6C SS Pinifarina Cabriolet Speciale 1946 1 915169 here
6C S Freccia d'Oro 1946-1951 680 916001-916680 here and here
6C SS Touring Coupe 1947-1951 413 here and here and here and here
here and here "Villa d'Este"
6C S Stabilimenti Farina Cabriolet "Michelotti" 1947 2 915335, 915339 here
6C S Ghia Cabriolet 1947 4 915358 here
6C S Ghia Cabriolet 1948 1 916040 here
6C SS Pinifarina Cabriolet 1948 26 here and here
Nardi-Danese Alfa Romeo Roadster 1948 3 948-05, 948-11 here
6C SS Pinifarina Coupe 1949 1 915769 here
6C SS ‘Supergioiello’ Ghia 1950 4 64251 915897 + Alfa# here and here

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2.5 liter 6 cylinders
72.0 x 100.0 mm
2443 cc
8.0:1
Sport Berlinetta 1939 & S Freccia D'oro 1947: 95 bhp / 71 kW @ 4,600 rpm (7.5:1) with 1 x carburetor
Sport & Super Sport 1939: 105 bhp / 78 kW @ 4,800 rpm (7.5:1) with 3 x carburetor
cast-iron block, light alloy head with hemispheric combustion chambers
steel crankshaft with 7 main bearings
DOHC chain driven with 4 main bearings, 2 valves / cylinder - 12 valves total. 90o angle between inlet and exhaust valve axis, 34 mm inlet valve diameter, 31 mm exhaust valve diameter
aspiration, natural with 3 x Weber 36 DO2 carburetors, 1947 Freccia D'oro 1 x Weber 36 DCR
water cooled, 13 lt water capacity
gear pump, 8 kg oil capacity
4 speed manual gearbox (1st and 2nd non synchronized, 3rd and 4th synchronized)
1st, 3,3/1
2nd, 1,943/1
3rd, 1,308/1
4th, 1:1
R, 3,2/1
final drive, 3.6875/1 (59/16)
Dry, single plate clutch
aluminium "Touring Superleggera" bodyshell on steel ladder frame chassis
Front suspension, twin trailing arms, coil springs, hydraulic shock absorbers
Rear suspension, swing axles, radius arms, longitudinal torsion bars, friction dampers and tubular shock absorbers
worm-and-wheel steering
sizeable, hydraulically actuated drum brakes
Wheelbase:
Tourismo: 3250 mm
Sport: 3000 mm
Super Sport: 2750 mm

Sport Freccia D'oro 1947
Length, 4920 mm (193.7 in)
Width, 1950 mm (76.8 in)
Height, 1600 mm (63.0 in)
Wheelbase, 3000 mm (118.1 in)
Track (fr/r), 1460 mm (57.5 in) / 1480 mm (58.3 in)
1550 kg

SPORT Touring 1939
Length, 4900 mm (192.9 in)
Width, 1790 mm (70.5 in)
Wheelbase, 3000 mm (118.1 in)
Track (fr/r), 1450 mm (57.1 in) / 1470 mm (57.9 in)
1370 kg

SS Villa D'Este 1946
Length, 4580 mm (180.3 in)
Width, 1780 mm (70.1 in)
Height, 1500 mm (59.1 in)
Wheelbase, 2700 mm (106.3 in)
Track (fr/r), 1460 mm (57.5 in) / 1480 mm (58.3 in)
1420 kg

SS Pinin Farina Cabriolet 1948
Length, 4700 mm (185.0 in)
Width, 1740 mm (68.5 in)
Height, 1480 mm (58.3 in)
Wheelbase, 2700 mm (106.3 in)
Track (fr/r), 1450 mm (57.1 in) / 1470 mm (57.9 in)
1450 kg

wheels, 5.5 x 18", 6 x 18"
tires, 6.50 x 17" (Villa D'Este & Freccia D'Oro)
fuel tank, 80 lt


Results in Endurance Races

Group S for Competizione and 3000
Group GT for SS since 1950

Season
Car entry, chassis number Car number/ result
Mille Miglia
Date 28/4
Team 1600km
G. Canestrini/ Guido Cattaneo, 915053 (SS) #83, dnf
Statistics
Works Starts/finishes 1/0 1/0

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S Freccia d'Oro '47
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