Just for the sake of it. The Alfa Romeo colour is Alfa Red (shade 20 in the Alfa Romeo range). Sourced from the 1966 Map book Motor Racing Team Colours & Markings by John Baxter. Hope this helps?
I think it is Phil since it was taken from the Liveries in the past section. And goes on to say and I quote "Alfa Red (shade 20 in the Alfa Romeo range). In the 1930s radiator surrounds were sometimes white. Wheels-Silver"
My last try. Go to a website called www.yurimodels.com Under Features and Sections click on racing cars (in green letters). I am not sure if this is Alfa's modern colour? But all colours are marked with the Tamiya paint numbers.
Regards Allan (I hope this helps)
It's not, but going to Alfa Romeo Museum website and trying to find a colour equivalent when it comes up in Italian!! Then finding the Bitormotor (hope thats right spelling) that have been made up in Alfa red; are two different reds! It would be so much easier to ask the Alfa Museum outright what are the colours? But then I had a brainwave Phil get onto Grand Prix Models if they do not know the colour no one does!! And if all else fails I will try Doug Nye!
It's ok, I found something I am happy with (after half an hour looking at all the dark reds in Halfords), Ford Alporto red, a little pink but not far short of that Burgany red wine colour I was looking for
But if any one knows something a little closer I'd be happy to know.
I did not ignore Allans advice, his first reply concerned a 1966 reference, which as I said would not be much use in Halfords, and I followed up the second reference through the web address and I think this seemed to be for the 1970's Marlborough Alfa racing cars, which were a more normal bright racing red.
I am sorry Allan if I have upset you, but I did follow up your advice, thanks
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