In its long and illustrious history, Alfa Romeo had dozens of truly iconic sports cars and even though each of them left a big mark on the nation’s automotive history, one car in particular rules above them all.
It was the mythical Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, a street worthy Alfa Romeo 33/2 prototype given a new body by master designer Franco Scaglione. Low, voluptuous and with butterfly doors, the 33 Stradale blurred the lines between road and race cars. Only 18 chassis were ever created, five of which became the most influential concept cars of the 1960s and the 1970s.
Today, the original 33 Stradale is considered to be the most beautiful sports car ever created. Seeing it in person is the automotive equivalent of experiencing a great work of Renaissance art.