Despite a rocky recent ride, Alfa Romeo stirs the emotions of car fans like few other brands. Its racing history, and cars like the 1921 G1 you see here, are why.
RM Sothebys will be auctioning this 1921 G1 in Phoenix, Arizona next month, where it's expected to sell for around $2 million.
Why? Well, it's the last working example of the first Alfa Romeo sold to the public, back in the USA after a prolonged stint in Australia.