Historic Alfa Romeo Exhibit Comes to LeMay — America’s Car Museum

With summer in full swing, beat the heat by checking out the hottest display of historic Alfa Romeos in North America at Lemay — America’s Car Museum.

Along with the expertise of guest curator, Fred Russell, the yearlong exhibit features 21 cars inside the showcase gallery. Russell recently added a rare 1932 8C 2300 Touring to the mix. Look for his monthly talk series, If Alfa’s Could Talk.

An eight-vehicle change-out takes place in October, which includes rotating the 8C 2300 Touring to the indoor exhibit, among others being introduced.

Doors opened on June 26 with a number of activities enjoyed by car enthusiasts, including Mimosa and Coffee bar, and a variety of items offered by Carr’s Catering.

Club Auto, NW Alfa Club, and CCCA Members participated in a Wine & Wheels event following the opening — a drive that concluded at a private residence in Renton for wine tasting and boxed lunch furnished by Carr’s.

Russell, along with co-driver Kristen Wells, were along for the ride behind the wheel of the 1932 Alfa 8C 2300 Touring.

Find tickets here to stay cool and visit this and many other exciting exhibits at LeMay — America’s Car Museum this summer.

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