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Alfa Romeo cars are more than just great vehicles — they offer unparalleled luxury and performance for motor enthusiasts. If you have the privilege of owning one of these breathtaking cars, you need the best insurance to keep your Alfa Romeo on the road for as long as possible.
Alfa Romeo – Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili
The rich history of the Alfa Romeo began in 1909 when Cavalier Ugo Stella bought shares in the French automobile company Società Anonima Italiana Darracq. Ugo Stella and his co-investors created their own automobile company Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili (ALFA). In 1910, they created their first vehicle: the A.L.F.A. 24 hp. Although the company has had its ups and downs since its beginnings over 110 years ago, they’ve produced numerous stunning luxury and sports cars.
No “One Size Fits All” Policies Here
Here at Classic Auto, we adore these top-of-line Alfa vehicles. That’s why we create custom policies that are perfect for you and your car. We don’t believe in “one size fits all” policies — we create plans that fulfill the individual needs of our customers and their stunning vehicles. We’ll create a specific plan for your Alfa Romeo car.
Agreed Value Not Stated Value
Here at Classic Auto, we don’t believe in merely telling you what your Alfa Romeo car is worth when creating your policy — we’ll work with you to determine your car’s real value. If you ever total your Alfa Romeo vehicle, you’ll receive the agreed-upon value of the car minus your deductible.
Classic Auto Insurance – Offering Peace of Mind at Affordable Rates
In addition to our custom policies and agreed-upon value, we also offer an invaluable tool for protecting your Alfa Romeo car: “Inflation Guard.” “Inflation Guard” automatically increases your car’s coverage every quarter. That way, you never need to worry about your car being underinsured.
Flexible Plans and Rollover Miles Keep Your Alfa Romeo Rolling Along
We offer three different mileage plans for Alfa Romeo cars — 1,000, 3,000, and 6,000. Fortunately, you never need to worry about investing in too great of a mileage plan. In the event that your plans change and you end up not driving your Alfa Romeo as much as you anticipated, your unused miles will roll over to your next year’s policy.
Alfa Romeo Roadside Assistance – Only a Call Away
With Classic Auto’s protective and affordable policies, you don’t need to stress about experiencing car troubles. Your policy includes nationwide flatbed towing, and we’re always ready to send help your way if you ever break down on the side of the road.
The History of a Myth
In Alfa’s early years, technical director Guiseppe Merosi designed stunning and powerful vehicles like the A.L.F.A 24 hp and the A.L.F.A Grand Prix. The Grand Prix was the first car to include a twin spark ignition.
Only a year after Merosi designed the Grand Prix, electrical engineer Nicola Romeo bought Alfa and other companies in order to produce portable compressors and airplane engines for Allied forces during World War I. In 1918, Merosi exited the company, and it was renamed Alfa Romeo. After years of focusing on the war effort, Alfa Romeo resumed its production of luxury vehicles in 1919.
In the 1920s, Alfa Romeo had a series of successes in race car driving. The Alfa Romeo P2 won the first-ever Grand Prix in 1925, and Alfa Romeo continued succeeding through various races during that period, including the Mille Miglia race in Brescia and Rome.
In 1986, Alfa Romeo was bought by Fiat and merged with Lancia to become Alfa Lancia Industriale. Twenty years later, Fiat reorganized its vehicle divisions and unmerged Alfa Romeo and Lancia. Although they’ve suffered from poor sales in recent years, Alfa Romeo continues releasing stunning luxury vehicles year after year. Their latest vehicle is the Alfa Romeo Tonale. The model is expected to arrive in North America in 2023.
Throughout their 111-year run, Alfa Romeo has created many innovative, stylish sports cars that offer powerhouse performances, including the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradala, Alfa Romeo 4C, Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione, and Alfa Romeo Spider.
Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale made its stunning debut in 1967, and the company only produced 18 models. Alfa Romeo introduced the vehicle at the Sports Car Show in Monza, Italy. It’s a coupé with a 92.5 in. wheelbase, 2 butterfly doors, rear mid-engine, and rear-wheel drive. The powerful vehicle features a 2.0 L V8 engine with a 6-speed manual transmission.
The vehicle is considered one of the first supercars, and it was even featured in the Italian film That Splendid November. Today, five models of the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale reside in the Alfa Romeo Museum.
Alfa Romeo 4C
The stunning Alfa Romeo 4C made its debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Alfa Romeo produced 9,117 of these vehicles from 2013 to 2020, and the car came in both a 2-door coupé and a 2-door roadster. The sports car received significant acclaim and won Auto Bild’s award for “Most Beautiful Concept Car of the Year.” It also received the “Design Award for Concept Cars & Prototypes” from a public referendum in Villa d’Este.
The vehicle came equipped with a 1.75 L 1750 TBi turbocharged I4 engine and two different transmission options: the 6-speed Dual Dry Clutch Transmission and the FPT C635. The “4C” in the name refers to the engine’s four cylinders.
Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione
Alfa Romeo produced 1,000 models of this powerhouse sports car — 500 2-door coupés and 500 2-door spiders — from 2007 to 2010. Before it became available for purchase, Alfa Romeo showcased it as a concept car at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show. Former Audi Group head designer Wolfgang Josef Egger designed this breathtaking vehicle, but the car offers much more than just style.
The vehicle’s powertrain includes a 4.7 L Ferrari/Maserati F136 YC V8 engine with a 6-speed automated manual transmission. The powerhouse engine has 444 horsepower and 354 foot-pounds of torque. It can reach a speed of up to 181 miles per hour.
Alfa Romeo Spider
Also called the Alfa Romeo “Duetto,” this stunning classic sports car was manufactured from 1966 to 1993. It was the last Alfa Romeo with a rear-wheel drive until the debut of the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione in 2003.
The vehicle took much of its inspiration from the Giulia Spider 1600 and the Giulia Spider Veloce, which Alfa Romeo produced from around 1962 to 1965. Like the Giulia, the Alfa Romeo Spider used a twin-cam inline-four engine. The vehicle had three different generations, with Alfa Romeo producing the first generation, Alfa Lancia producing the second generation, and Fiat Auto producing the third generation.
Never stress about whether or not your Alfa Romeo is protected when you take it out on the road. Classic Auto can help you choose the right policy for you and your car. We aren’t just in the insurance business, we’re also car lovers like you. Contact us online or give us a call at 888-901-1338 for a free instant Alfa Romeo insurance quote. Let us handle the details so you can get back to enjoying one of the most unique luxury cars on the market, your Alfa Romeo.