1974 Alfa Romeo 2000



  • Year of manufacture 
  • Car type 
  • Chassis number 
    AR 2368360
  • Lot number 
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
  • Interior colour 
  • Number of doors 
  • Number of seats 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Drivetrain 
  • Fuel type 


Italian registration
Chassis # 2368360 AR

- Superb condition
- Attractive colour scheme
- Air conditioned and with original radio

The Alfa Romeo Berlina archives confirm that this 2000 left the factory on January 24, 1974, and a sticker that is still on the car says the car was "Blu Pervinca" with beige interior. Its blue colour also suits the car perfectly and highlights the tense and sober Bertone design, a fine representation of the model that succeeded the Giulia and offered a slightly more opulent interior. In this 2000 version, it was also more powerful and could get to 190 km/h, ideal for high speed duty on the autostradas. The car that we present, the engine compartment is spotless and the engine of this car features Dell'Ortos carburetors. The cabin is of the same quality as the exteriors: it is beautiful, the beige upholstery fabric inviting to sit. The dashboard is complete and in good condition too, as well as the beautiful wooden steering wheel with three spokes featuring the horn buttons. This car is particularly well equipped because it has an air conditioning system and a Blaupunkt radio. The odometer indicates 93,817km.
The car comes with Italian libretto, its manual Uso e Manutenzione, its service repair guide and it still bears its original registration plates from Mantua (MN). The mechanic of the owner explained that the carburetion and the fuel system had recently been overhauled.
In beautiful condition, this car is an interesting opportunity to acquire an upscale Alfa from the 1970s, in a combination of attractive colors and in an enviable condition.

The cars in this collection are all offered without contôle technique (MOT). New legislation prevents us from obtaining an MOT for a vehicle that is not registered in France.