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by Franco Melotti, Enrico Checchinato
On behalf of the Italian Defense Ministry, Alfa Romeo produced in 1951 a utility van, designed by Giuseppe Busso and based on the Alfa 1900. The vehicle was offered in two different versions: the "Military" AR 51 and the "Civilian" AR 52, but the model was nicknamed Alfa "Matta" ("crazy" in Italian).
The book offers a wide range of informations - technical datas and the sporting history of some units (the car also took part to the 1952 Mille Miglia) - as well as a large amount of illustrations which will be absolutely useful for restoring vintage models.
Text in Italian.
|Specs:||84 pages, 27 x 24 cm / 10.6 x 9 in, paperback|
|Illustrations:||130 b&w and 16 colour photographs|
|Publisher:||Giorgio Nada Editore (IT, 2003)|
|Series:||Le vetture che hanno fatto la storia|
Alfa Romeo AR 51-AR 52 - Alfa 'Matta' - Le vetture che hanno fatto la storia
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