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The purpose of this website 
is to foster interest in Alfa Romeo 1900 automobiles, aid in their preservation, and reduce the wrongful application of legitimate 
chassis numbers.

About thIS Website
The opinions expressed on this website are solely those of the webmaster and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of either the International Alfa Romeo 1900 Register or the 1900 Register website. 

Bob Schnittger,
I am simply a 1900 enthusiast, not an Alfa 1900 owner, expert or historian. 

However, Peter Marshall (UK) and Joost Gompels (USA) are all of those things and more, and they welcome your Alfa 1900-related inquiries. Website inquiries, though, should go to me.

Touring Coupe Nomenclature... 
   Is it a Series III or a Tipo 4? Roman numerals or Arabic numbers aside, the 1900 Touring Sprint/Super Sprint coupes are commonly designated Series I, Series II and Series III, for the three obvious generations of these coupes. 
   However, the Series I Touring Sprint came in two varieties, the earlier cars with doors that covered internal rocker panels ("long-door" Sprints), and the later cars with shorter doors that ended above external rocker panels ("short-door" Sprints). 
   Consequently, Peter Marshall, of the International Alfa Romeo 1900 Register, uses the term "Tipo 1" to describe the long-door Series I Touring Sprints and "Tipo 2" to describe the short-door Series I Touring Sprints. 
   Continuing along, then, the Series II Touring Super Sprints become, in Peter's scheme, Tipo 3 and Series III Touring Super Sprints are called Tipo 4.
   This website uses Peter's designations for the Touring Sprint and Super Sprint coupes.

Pinin Farina Coupe at Bonhams-Padua
Chassis Number *01630* is on the block at Bonham's first Padua auction on 28 October 2017. Estimate is $410K-$500K.

1900 Super...Barn Find!
Yes, boys and girls, you can still find old Alfas in a barn. This is *14442*, recently discovered in New England (not by me) and in a pretty decent state of preservation.

2017 Gran Premio Nuvolari
Our friend Corrado sent us a link to a very interesting road event. I have made a simple photo album showing the 6C2500s and 1900s that were photographed there.

2017 Pebble Beach Week on YouTube
I know it's sort of old news, but the recently-concluded 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, etc., is available online and runs 90 minutes. A bit less crowded than being there!


Millenove 2nd Edition Now Available!
Hans-Juergen Doehren's must-have 1900 "bible", Millenove, has been updated, improved and expanded. Pricing is 78 Euros for the book plus 35 Euros for shipping, presumably by air to USA addresses. Contact Juergen directly to order your copy. 

This Is a Mobile-Friendly Website!
Did you know that this website works on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets? Some pinching or spreading will be necessary, but it all works reasonably well on mobile devices.

A Cautionary Tale...
Thinking about restoring your Alfa 1900 or other classic, especially if it's your first go at it? You should read about TJ's experience with *10321* first.

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