NINE lovely looking Alfa Romeos are set to go under the auctioneer’s hammer at this weekend’s Historics sale at Brooklands Museum.
There is a record catalogue comprising 161 classic cars spanning 50 marques and 91 years on Saturday, August 30, representing the largest, most varied and evocative offering in the auction firm’s history.
A rare, one-owner 1995 Alfa Romeo RZ (Roadster Zagato) is expected to attract strong interest at £28,000-£32,000; it is one of only 284 ever produced.
For those looking to emulate scenes from The Italian Job, Historics offer a 1972 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super, the model used by the Naples police in the film. It is estimated at £5,000-£7,000.
All nine are shown below.
The auction starts at 10am on Saturday, with viewing on Friday.