In addition to one of the production Type 33 Stradales, Alfa Romeo brought a TZ2 to the New York Auto Show this year. While the Type 33 Stradale is one of the most beautiful cars ever made, the Alfa Romeo TZ2, the predecessor to the racing Type 33, was hardly ugly. The last of the front-engine Alfa sports racers, the TZ2 was built in 1965 by Autodelta. Autodelta had had a successful run building Alfa’s factory race cars leading to its acquisition by its customer and the TZ2 was the first fruit of that purchase.
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