How much is an Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale worth?

The 33 Stradale is now estimated at more than $10 million. Of the 18 chassis built by Alfa Romeo, six were used for concept cars with bodies built by various coachbuilders.

How many Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale were made?

18 examples
The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is a mid-engined sports car built by Italian car manufacturer Alfa Romeo. It is one of the world’s first supercars; it was the fastest commercially available car for the standing kilometer when introduced. 18 examples were produced between 1967 and 1969.

Who designed Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale?

Franco Scaglione
The 33 Stradale, first built in 1967, was based on the Autodelta Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 racing car. The car, designed by Franco Scaglione, and built by Carrozzeria Marazzi, made its debut at the 1967 Turin Motorshow. The car was introduced at the Sport Car Show at Monza, Italy in September 1967.

Are Alfa Romeos expensive to maintain?

The Alfas have always been expensive to maintain not just due to their history of reliability issues, but also since their parts and components are unique to this brand. The new Giulia is no exception, and the standard model is significantly above the industry average when it comes to maintenance costs.

Why is Alfa Romeo so special?

Alfa Romeos have an incredibly unique design language, and the vehicles are designed to prioritize elements that are difficult to quantify. Of course, the brand makes use of advanced technology with all of the latest features, but the real emphasis is on details such as road feedback, comfort, passion and emotion.

When did the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 come out?

The Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 was a sports racing prototype raced by the Alfa Romeo factory-backed team between 1967 and 1977. These cars took part for Sport Cars World Championship, Nordic Challenge Cup, Interserie and CanAm series. A small number of road going cars were derived from it in 1967, called Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale .

How did the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale get its name?

“Stradale” (Italian for “road-going”) is a term often used by Italian car manufacturers to indicate a street-legal version of a racing car; indeed the 33 Stradale was derived from the Tipo 33 sports prototype.

What was the serial number of the Tipo 33 Stradale?

The two prototypes carry the projects original serial numbers, 105.33.xx. However, the Tipo 33 racing- and production Stradales got 750.33.0xx (racing) and 750.33.1xx (stradale) chassis numbers.

How many horsepower does an Alfa Romeo Stradale have?

Because every Stradale is hand built and unique the power levels can vary by car, used rpms etc., for example the first production Stradale (No. 750.33.101) has a factory datasheet that claims 243 hp (181 kW) at 9,400 rpm with a “street” exhaust and 254 hp (189 kW) with open exhaust.