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Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/SC/12

This Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/SC/12 has hardly been touched since it was last raced in1977. Practically all the original parts are still on the car, as is the original yellow and black livery of sponsor Fernet Tonic.

The car is fitted with a twelve-cylinder boxer engine and is the first of four Tipo 33s that were constructed using an integral chassis, ‘Scatolato’ in Italian, instead of the then usual tubular chassis. That explains the letters SC in the model designation.

The twelve-cylinder models, built from 1973 to 1977, are the last of the Tipo 33s and were extremely successful. A Tipo 33 won the World Sportscar Championship both in 1975 and 1977. A fitting tribute for a legendary racing car, after which Alfa Romeo took up Formula 1.

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