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A striking image by Tim Scott of Fluid Images, showing the Don Lee Special Alfa Romeo P3, on the Pebble Beach tour in 2010, the year that the Alfa Romeo was the featured marque.
This car reportedly joined the Ferrari-run Alfa team in 1934 and later was sold to Count De Villapadierni from Spain. The car ran in the Indianapolis 500 twice pre-war and was acquired by Don Lee and prepared and run again in the 1946 -1947 Indy 500 events driven by Hal Cole. You can look back on an earlier photo here of the P3 Alfa ready to get loaded on a plane for the trip to Indy in 1947 with Don Lee’s W154 Mercedes. Photo courtesy of Tim Scott
We are extremely pleased to be able to introduce yet another very talented photographer this week. Tim Scott of Fluid Images in the UK is joining us and we will be sharing his photography here on the pages of The Old Motor and also on the new art and photo gallery we are constructing. Tim also operates the Fluid Images site were you can purchase his work, or your own mounted and ready to place on your wall. We hope you enjoy his photograph of this very attractive P3 Alfa Romeo.