This classic car is for auction at online auction platform Catawiki. Please click here to place a bid an to find more information about this. Alfa Romeo 1900 Berlina first series from 1952. MATCHING NUMEBERS one of the first models with a right-hand drive, chassis no. 3332 of only 7611 produced in the first series of this historically important vehicle. A very exclusive barn find, as this car was found in January 2019 after over 40 years of conservation in a stable of a Tuscan castle. It is a car that belonged to an important Tuscan nobleman, a character of important political and social character in the 50s and 60s in Italy. The vehicle, in which time stopped in the 1960's, has only done 63,000 KM from new. The engine is free turning, without any oil leaks; dry and intact. The cars original interior must be redone due to the long conservation of the vehicle, but the bodywork is healthy and preserved without any signs of rust. All channels and the underbody is healthy and preserved without any rust. An easy project for those looking for a piece of Italian history to invest in a quality restoration of an original and never before restored car. Since this is a first series, it has right-hand drive like most of the important Italian vehicles of the early 50s. Original documents, perfectly preserved. A pearl of rare beauty and collectible value. At the time of the discovery, one of the most important Italian automotive magazines carried out a journalistic and photographic service on this vehicle, which will soon be available for the public. Keep an eye out for this service to find out more about this fantastic vehicle!Note: We are not responsible for transport. This car can be viewed and picked up in Frascati (Rome), Italy.