What looked to be a 100-point 1950 Alfa Romeo 2500 SS Supergioiello by Ghia.
BY MARK MAYNARD
The 2022 Alfa Romeo Owners Club National Convention, “Alfiesta Coronado,” was held from June 12-19 at Tidelands Park, Coronado, Calif.
The event gathered around 100 cars by 200-300 owners who traveled from around the U.S. Participants took driving tours around San Diego County, and attended tech sessions. Owners wheeled through a gimmick rally, a track day at Willow Springs, and a day trip to tour the Petersen Automotive Museum . There also were vendors and an Alfa display of art and models.
Of course, there was a banquet, which featured keynote speaker and “Alfa Guy,” automotive author Burt Levy.
Here is a gallery of cars from the Concorso show and shine at Tidelands Park.
Rallying the Alfa Romeo fan base: Larry Dominique, Senior Vice President and Head of Alfa Romeo and Fiat North America.
The concorso field at Tidelands Park.
Alfas from the early years to the latest generation Alfas.
From the 1957 1900 CSS Zagato.
The ‘red hats’ judging a 1957 1900 CSS Zagato.
An Alfa TZ1, also locally owned.
Alfas from A to Zagato.
A 1960 2000 Touring Spider.
A 1964 2600 Spider.
A brace of Alfa Romeo GTV Bertone Trans-Am race cars.
A Giulietta Sprint B.
Don’t try to outrun this cop car.
This award-winning 950 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Supergioiello is locally owned.
The straight-6 engine as artwork.
The ‘super-jewel’ Supergioiello.
The representing modern Giulia sedans.
The Alfa fan car.