115 bhp, 1,975 cc DOHC inline four-cylinder engine with Weber carburetors, five-speed column-shift manual transmission, independent front suspension with double A-arms, coil springs, and hydraulic shock absorbers, live-axle rear suspension with trailing links, coil springs, and hydraulic shock absorbers, and four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 95 in.
- One of fewer than 600 examples built
- Original matching-numbers engine
- A 2007 barnyard find; three-year ground-up restoration completed in 2014
- Eligible for vintage tours and prominent concours d’elegance
- Ultimate iteration of Touring’s 1900-based coupe
In late 1955, Alfa Romeo updated its classic 1900 one last time, equipping the short-wheelbase 1900C platform with the hot 1,975-cubic centimeter motor from the outgoing TI and SS versions. Henceforth known as the Super Sprint, the latest 1900 variant still featured specialized examples of coachwork by Zagato and others, while Touring of Milan continued to build the factory-specified coupe bodywork.