Alfa Romeo Collection


The “Le Reginette del Museo Alfa Romeo” collection was born from the collaboration between Brooklin Models and FCA Heritage, the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Group Department which protects and enhances the historical automotive heritage of the Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth brands.




It must have been the graceful and regular shapes, the soft and at the same time incisive design that decreed the victory of the model of the factory founded by Giovan Battista Farina, who came to him affectionately nicknamed “the signorina” (the young lady).
The Giulietta Spider was initially launched only on the American market, where that harmonious design that exuded artistic culture and that brand full of so many sporting laurels was a symbol of a “different way of life”. It was a sensation, in fact, to see these small cars (very often white) from Milan circulating through the avenues of New York.
Prototype shown. Actual model may differ slightly.



Developed from the Giulia TZ, the Giulia TZ2 is a tubular framed sports car with bodywork by Ercole Spada for Zagato. The TZ2 was unveiled at the 1964 Turin Motor Show and achieved competition success during the following two years until a regulation change forced the TZ2 into the “Prototype” category due to the fact that only 12 cars were built.
With the combination of superb aerodynamics, a light weight 620kg body and 170HP the TZ2 is capable of an impressive 250 km/h top speed.


The “8C 2900” is one of the most prestigious cars in the Alfa Romeo museum. Powered by a 2.9 litre supercharged straight 8 producing 220 HP this Alfa was to become an icon among pre-war racing cars.
Made by Carrozzeria Touring of Milan in 1938, this unique 8C was to participate in the world famous Le Mans 24 hour race supported by the “Sommer-Biondetti” crew.
Available in scale 1:43 and 1:31 "desk scale"

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