What is a Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale worth?

$10 million
The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is very rarely traded; this means their value is very hard to estimate. At the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, while presenting the Alfa 4C Spider, Alfa’s Head of North America estimated the current market value of the 33 Stradale at “well over $10 million”.

How many Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale are left?

Alfa Romeo built just 18 from 1967 to 1969, but two were prototypes and six chassis were converted to concept cars. In all, only 10 actual units were built, which makes the 33 Stradale extremely rare. But this limited series also includes a special unicorn that was painted blue instead of red.

Is Alfa Romeo built by Ferrari?

Ferrari doesn’t own Alfa Romeo; in fact, they are currently owned by FIAT Chrysler. While there was a brief moment where Alfa Romeo and Ferrari were under the same (symbolic) roof once again, all relationships between Alfa Romeo and Ferrari are now history.

How much is an Alfa Romeo Stradale?

For its part, the new 4C 33 Stradale Tributo will cost a fair chunk less: $81,590.

Who designed the Alfa Romeo 33?

Franco Scaglione
The car, designed by Franco Scaglione, and built by Carrozzeria Marazzi, made its debut at the Paris Salon de L’Auto 5 October 1967. The first prototype (chassis no. 10533.01) was built at Autodelta’s workshop in Settimo Milanese, side by side with the Tipo 33 “Periscopica” race car in 1967.

Is Alfa Romeo owned by Fiat?

While it’s the Fiat Chrysler Automobile Group who owns Alfa Romeo presently, the brand and its logo have their own unique backstory. The Alfa Romeo story began in Milano, Italy when Stella purchased the assets of failing Italian auto company Darracq and started a new company — Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili.

What year does Alfa Romeo built prototypes of the Alfa 33 hybrid?

The Alfa Romeo 33 (Type 905 and 907) is a small family car produced by the Italian automaker Alfa Romeo between 1983 and 1995.