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1948 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Ministeriale Boneschi

1948 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Ministeriale in Don Camillo monsignore... ma non troppo, Movie, 1961 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: IT

1948 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Ministeriale Boneschi

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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antp BE

2007-03-14 17:40

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datsunZ IT

2007-03-14 18:04

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1948 to 1951 6c 2500 Ministeriale

DynaMike NL

2007-03-14 18:17

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O piùtosto "Episcopale"? :D

sixcyl FR

2007-03-14 18:17

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Interesting, because quite rare :)

datsunZ IT

2007-03-14 18:45

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Believe(no sure,but)was with a Stabilimenti Farina or Touring(more probable,being Milanese like Alfa Romeo)body

zodiac SE

2011-01-26 20:45

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I found this while looking for other things. It must be a 1950 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Carrozzeria Boneschi 1950 according to this link http://www.italiaauto.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=18784&start=0. The only thing different is the indicators.

zodiac SE

2011-01-26 21:41

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Sorry, I seems to have posted too soon. The year 1948 must have to remain as Bonaschi introduced this model built on the 6C 2500 that year. But it is a Carrozzeria Bonaschi! Here's another link to confirm Link to "members.home.nl" .

-- Last edit: 2011-05-16 21:59:30

Alessandro58 CH

2012-07-25 16:28

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Only *** stars.

GMX DE

2014-12-06 23:33

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It's gorgeous. But why right-hand steering in Italy?

Gag Halfrunt UK

2014-12-06 23:41

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It was traditional.
Quote In Italy the practice of traffic driving on the right first began in the late 1890s, but it was not until the mid-1920s that it became standard throughout the country. There was a long period when traffic in the countryside drove on the right while major cities continued to drive on the left.[119] Rome, for example, did not change from left to right until 20 October 1924. Milan was the last Italian city to change to driving on the right (3 August 1926). Cars had remained right-hand drive (RHD) until this time. Italian car makers Alfa Romeo and Lancia did not produce LHD cars until as late as 1950 and 1953, respectively.[120]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right-_and_left-hand_traffic#Italy

Trucks were also often RHD, so that drivers could see the edges of narrow mountain roads. I remember seeing RHD trucks dating back to the 1960s still running in Italy in the 1990s.

dsl SX

2014-12-06 23:41

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It's easier for mowing down peasants.

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