An exceptional, highly collectible 8C with only 3,300 miles. Three owners, fully documented history from new. A rare opportunity to acquire one of only 84 US-specification 8C Competizione coupes.
Outstanding in every respect, this Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione shows just 3,364 miles from new and is fully documented by a noted specialist. Serial number 40364, this is the 68th US-market example produced. It includes numerous rare and desirable options, and it comes complete with all factory books and manuals, spare keys, a factory car cover, service records, and a clean Carfax Report. According to Dyke Ridgley, who maintains the registry of Alfa Romeo 8Cs, S/N 40364 is one of only 19 such cars finished in Alfa Red (a non-metallic and brighter hue than the more common Competition Red) and is indeed “one of a kind” regarding features and options. This car is nicely specced with a leather headliner, braided leather seats and iPod connection for the Becker Infotainment system, while a clean and tidy look is achieved with black painted calipers, and no Quadrifoglio fender emblems to interrupt the flow of the gorgeous lines.
Historical records supplied by Mr. Ridgley show 40364 was completed on September 11, 2008, and delivered to Maserati Beverly Hills in Los Angeles, California on December 10th. A month later, it was delivered to Daniel Powter of Encino, California. Mr. Powter is a Canadian-born singer-songwriter famous for his number one hit, “Bad Day.” In 2014, Mr. Powter traded the Alfa back to Ferrari of Beverly Hills with only 2,700 miles on the clock. From there, the 8C sold to David Atcherley of Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania who kept the car (in California) from November 2014 through March of 2015. It was then acquired by its current owners, who promptly handed the Alfa over to Mr. Ridgley for a thorough inspection and service. At 3,032 miles, the engine oil, gearbox oil, brake fluid, and coolant were changed, and multiple other minor service and maintenance items tended to. Additional service records are included in the file, going to back to new.