Alfa Romeo Romeo 2° Furgone 1957 Design Interior Exterior – The primary Alfa Romeo T10 “Autotutto” (“universally handy”) was exhibited in 1954 Turin Motor Show as board and minibus variant. Later more forms came accessible as Alfa Romeo made themselves with a lot of body variants: van, high rooftop van, “Promiscuo” (van with extra side windows and back seating), minibus, school transport, emergency vehicle, get, drop-side truck and twofold taxi truck. Notwithstanding this numerous coachbuilding organizations made their own particular forms. The van utilized the 1,290 cc Alfa Romeo Twin Cam straight-four motor detuned to 35 bhp (26 kW) and it had top pace of 60 mph (97 km/h). This motor was later utilized on Giulietta Berlina. The discretionary two-chamber supercharged diesel motor had 30 bhp (22 kW).
As per the Alfa Romeo Museum chronicles this Romeo 2 was produced on September eleventh 1957 in Alfa Romeos processing plant in Pomigliano d’Arco, close Naples in southern Italy, and sold new on October second 1957 in Briana in the area of Novara, northern Italy, only west of Milano. This Romeo 2 Furgone (van) stayed here with just four proprietors until 1998 when it was sold to an English Gentleman living in Los Angeles, California.
The redesigned Romeo 2 form was presented in 1954, it was amassed in Italy furthermore worked under permit in Spain by FADISA (Fabricacion de Automoviles Diesel S.A.), this Spanish rendition had a 1.6 liter Perkins 4/99 diesel motor and a gearbox with synchro on all forward apparatuses.
Alfa Romeo Romeo 2° Furgone 1957 Design Interior Exterior