- History back to mid-1990s: 20 old MOTs, 26 tax discs and c.£4k worth of bills - Tuff-Kote Dintrol treated from new, correct Campanatura alloys, Dellorto carbs - Reportedly 'a solid car that runs exceptionally well', MOT'd till June 2016
In the years following World War II, Alfa Romeo underwent a tremendous transformation. Prior to the war and until about 1950, Alfa Romeo specialized in bespoke or low-production, hand-made sports cars for a very exclusive clientele. But in the years after the war, they wisely realized that to survive, they had to build in volume. So in 1950 an all-new design appeared in the form of the 1900 – Alfa Romeo’s very first mass produced, automobile built on an assembly line. Alfa Romeo production increased nearly tenfold thanks to the success of the 1900 Berlina. Of course, Alfa remained close with the best of the Italian Carrozzeria and many very special bodied coupes and cabriolets were produced using the 1900’s underpinnings, some one-off and others in very limited numbers. In 1958, the 1900’s replacement appeared with a larger, more powerful 2-liter class engine. Known as the 2000, it carried on where the 1900 left off, as a mass produced, mid-priced sedan. It was also being built alongside its more popular and smaller sibling, the Giulietta. Of course, coupe and open spyder variants appeared soon after the sedan debuted. The coupe styling was handled by Bertone , and the elegant spyd
Features For more info on this vehicle call our showroom on 01708 687670 This car has covered 10 miles, is a 1 owner vehicle and is ROSSO ALFA PASTEL PAINT, SPORT SEATS IN BLACK LEATHER, 18/19 5 HOLE ALLOY WHEELS, ALFA HI-FI SOUND SYSTEM, BI-LED HEADLIGHTS, CARPETS KIT WITH EMBROIDED LOGO, CRUISE CONTROL, CUP HOLDER, RACING DOUBLE EXHAUST PIPE, REAR PARKING SENSORS, BEAT THE WAITING LIST, AVALIABLE IMMEDIATLY Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.
--Red with Black interior, Black carpeting, Sympathetically restored only a few years ago, 5-speed manual, Original factory colors. The Alfa Romeo Giulia GT was designed by Bertone and must be considered one of the most successful designs of the sport compact GT in history. These GT’s offer excellent handling with power to match, the sincere fun factor and ease of maintenance of these Alfa’s is what makes theme sought after. The Giulia GT “Scalino” “Stepnose” is a model that is highly sought these days and extremely hard to find in excellent structural condition, so many of these GT’s having been used as daily transport, owned in the utilitarian sense rather than housed for infrequent use by collectors of the marque. The 1300 Junior shared identical coachwork to the 1600 GT’s, but was manufactured to avoid increased taxation for the Italian market. This 1300 Junior has received a complete repaint and refurbished interior only a few years ago, with many original items left as is due to their excellent irreplaceable original condition. Recently part of a well-known Arizona collection, this GT has been mechanically serviced and sorted to ensure its being able to be used at a moment’s
--Grey with Light Grey fabric interior and Grey carpets, Numbers matching, 97,000 Original Kilometers (59,000 Original Miles), 1.6 liter twin cam 4-cylinder engine, 5-speed manual, Rare bench seat. These Giulia Super Sedans are not often found in such proper structural and mechanical condition. This particular Giulia Super was located in Rome in excellent, dry conditions by a UK car dealer approximately 15 years ago. Although original and straight, it was in need of mechanical work. Subsequently, sold to the United States to a New York resident who mechanically sorted and continued to use and enjoy it for the next twelve years prior to its being purchased by a well-known Arizona collector. While in its New York owners care it was always garaged, used on several long range journeys and cared for to ensure its reliability. It is best described as an excellent-solid driver that has aged nicely. The carpets have been replaced and the seat padding has been re-stuffed over the years. All interior functions are working properly. The engine has been totally gone through and the brakes, suspension, gearbox, engine, and differential have all been serviced as needed to ensure she can be used
--Red with Black and Grey interior and Grey carpeting, Restored, 1.3 liter 4-cylinder engine, 5-speed manual. The Giulietta introduced at the 1954 Turin Motor Show showed that Alfas shift in focus was a wise one and it sold in large numbers and in many different body styles. The Giulietta proved a very popular choice among both enthusiasts and amateur racers on both sides of the Atlantic. These Giuliettas are loved not only for their beautiful lines, but also for their reliability, not to mention their extremely responsive characteristics when driven with spirit. This Bertone bodied Giulietta Sprint is an exceptional restoration of the model with photographic documents and receipts. It is highly detailed both above and beneath and ready for immediate use on the road while equally at home on the concours lawn. This superb example is absolutely excellent in every area.
--White with Red leather interior piped Black, Red carpeting and Black convertible top, Restored, Rare early tunnel shifter 5-speed manual, 1300cc, Mille Miglia Eligible! This Giulietta Spider is a rare first year example that is eligible for the famed Mille Miglia Retrospective. It was manufactured on November 15, 1956 and subsequently sold new by Hoffman Motor Cars, New York City on November 23, 1956. A long time rust free California example, it has in the last few years been restored from what was already an excellent example. More recently, this Alfa has been owned and cared for by a well-known Arizona collector where it has been serviced throughout and kept in superb condition for immediate use at a moment’s notice. A well sorted example that is an extreme amount of fun to drive, this Alfa is superb in every way, an excellent investment due to its rarity and a welcomed addition to any collection.
1970 Alfa Romeo GTA 1300 Junior Evocazioné The Alfa Romeo Gran Turismo Allegerita (GTA) was the competition version of the popular 105 series, Bertoné, Giulia coupé. First seen in 1965 in 1600 (1570cc) form, it was also later produced as a 1300 Junior version. We are pleased to offer this 1970, step front (scalino) 1300 GT Junior that has been built to represent the spirit of the GTA Juniors of the period. Mechanically the car has been upgraded and fitted with a standard 2.0 litre engine giving this Evocazioné superior power and torque over the original 1300cc unit. In addition, rebuilt twin Dell'Orto carburettors, with angled ram pipes, supply the fuel. A standard five-speed gearbox with drive provided through a 1750 Berlina differential having ratios that compensate for the larger engine. The braking system has been overhauled and includes four new callipers. Eibach springs and Koni Sport, adjustable shock absorbers on all four corners provide the handling dynamics. The coachwork has also been modified to give the GTA silhouette with the addition of the wide body GTA wings and the paint is finished in the classic Alfa Romeo Rosso. Further details add to the spirit; namely the add
- Built on 18/12/1963 as a Giulia Sprint GT and sold new in Catania, Italy - Later converted to RHD and 1750 GTV appearance whilst resident in Malta - Replacement Alfa 'twin-cam' engine, uprated brakes and MOT'd till Oct 2016 Additional Info: According to a letter on file from the Alfa Romeo Owners' Club, chassis AR600753 was built as a Giulia Sprint GT (Type 105 02) on 18th December 1963. Sold new some thirteen days later in Catania - an ancient port city on Sicily's east coast - the four-seater subsequently migrated to Malta where it was converted to right-hand drive and visually updated to resemble a younger 1750 GTV model. The current Alfa Romeo 'twin-cam' engine is a replacement unit that is thought to have been fitted around the same time. It is fed by twin Weber 40 DCOM carburettors and so is presumed to be of larger capacity (perhaps 1779cc or 1962cc?) than the 1570cc powerplant which the factory originally installed. Initially finished in Space Light Blue (traces of which are seemingly visible on the rear bulkhead), the Coupe has since been repainted Red and now presents as an older restoration. H&H assisted in the Alfa Romeo's UK registration and it is now offered for sal
- Converted to RHD by Lombarda when new, hard/soft-top roofs, twin Weber carbs - Classic Alfa invoices for £3k (engine mounts, brakes, shock absorbers etc) - Floorpan restored and bodywork re-sprayed, CD/Radio, e/w, MOT'd till Oct 2016 Vendor Condition Ratings: Bodywork: 'Very Good' Engine: 'Good' Electrical Equipment: 'Good' Paintwork: 'Excellent' Gearbox: 'Very Good' Interior Trim: 'Good'
This 1975 Alfa Romeo Montreal is the ideal original car for straightforward restoration. White with black interior. Built as a 2+2 coup, the Montreal came powered by 90 V8, with competition features like dry-sump lubrication and SPICA fuel injection. This was a derivative of the same potent V8 which was used in the Alfa Romeo 33 racecar. It was distinguished by its front headlight treatment by designer Marcello Gandini at Bertone. Other unique details included a hood-mounted NACA duct and nonfunctional slats behind the doors. This particular Montreal is a very straight and honest example that comes complete. A very promising investment f or only $36,500
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 750 D Spider, LHD 1959. White/red leather. When Alfa Romeo launched their Giulietta Spider they used the 750-platform running gear with a Pininfarina-designed convertible body. The Giulietta Spider was Alfa's first post-war convertible which remained in production until 1965 finishing with the 101 series platform. This example has had a total dismantle and total bare metal restoration by an Italian specialist recently completed to near concours standard. This is one of Alfa Romeo’s prettiest cars and uses the free revving Alfa Romeo Twin Cam straight-four 1290 cc engine. Ideal rally and tour car. Please contact us for further details.
Alfa Romeo introduced the new 1750 range in 1967. These cars had the improved 1779 cc engine, producing 120 bhp. The 1750 GT Veloce (also known as 1750 GTV) replaced the Giulia Sprint GT Veloce, and introduced many updates and modifications. The car had only slightly improved performance compared to its predecessor, but on the road it was much more flexible to drive and it was easier to maintain higher average speeds due to the higher torque figure. Handling and braking were improved too. From the outside, the 1750 was instantly recognisable by the twin headlight arrangment, and different front and rear bumpers. Inside, the dashboard was restyled, with a large speedometer and tachometer fitted in twin binnacles. It was a very successful car for Alfa Romeo, with a total of 44.269 GTV's built. This lovely example is still in very original condition. It has been repainted once in its original colour Grigio Medio Metallizzato, but the beautiful interior is still as it left the factory in 1970. The engine runs great with good oil pressure and a nice sound, and the gearbox is easy to operate. This GT Veloce drives exactly as it was intended in the seventies, without any modifications or
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This 1964 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale 1300 is a wonderful example that could just use some finishing touches. Gorgeous and timeless body Bertone. Red with black interior. A highly coveted classic for only $89,500.00
- Imported from Japan c.2013 with rare automatic transmission option - LHD, Tan upholstery, 54,000 Km recorded, air-con, power steering - Reportedly 'good' (transmission, electrics, trim) to 'very good' (body, paint, engine)
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- Supplied new by S.I.A.M of Modena and imported from the same city in 2014 - LHD, black velour upholstery, 5-speed manual, radio delete and fresh MOT - 53,000 recorded Kms and reportedly in 'very good overall' condition
Alfa Romeo 4C presented in Black comes with the following options; 19" 5 hole alloy wheels with red brake callipers, spoiler in body colour, Carbon headlight surrounds, 4C embroided carpet kit, rear park assist, Racing Pack including racing double exhaust, racing suspension, black leather racing sports seats and steering wheel with microfibre inserts. Standard equipment includes; air conditioning, electric heated door mirrors, electric windows, Alfa Romeo D,N,A drive system, Alfa Hi-Fi system with USB/Aux Inputs and Bi-Xenon headlights. All of our vehicles come with 120 point vehicle check and warranty. Body: Coupe Transmission: Automatic Mileage: 10,000 Fuel Type: Petrol Registered: 2014 (64) Doors: 2 Engine Size: 1.7 Finished in: Black
115,000 km Came from the south of France, extremely sound and well kept example, mechanically sound and good functioning, needs paint and seat upholstery to be perfect. Price: 45,000 euro
Finished in Black with full red leather interior Optional features fitted to this car Racing pack to include 19” 5 hole alloy wheels, racing tyres, racing suspension, racing double exhaust tailpipe and leather sports steering wheel with microfiber inserts Yellow brake callipers Electric heated exterior mirrors Hi-Fi audio system Tyre pressure monitoring system Standard features Carbon fibre headlight surrounds Air conditioning LED daytime running lights Voice control Bluetooth connectivity Digital TFT instrument panel and display Electric windows Hill hold control Alfa Romeo emblem embroidered to headrests Alarm System This stunning Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe is offered in outstanding condition with only 1300 miles covered by its 1 private owner. The car benefits from Alfa Romeo manufacturer’s warranty until May 2016
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Works Competition Alfa Romeo 1900TI (Turismo Internazionale) Berlina. Grigio Alba/Brown trim. Works Mille Miglia entered in the 1954 and 1955 Mille Miglia driven by the famous coach builder Mario Fantuzzi finishing 10 th overall in 1954 and a finisher in 1955. 1 of only 400 examples built. Dry stored for many years and discovered in Italy, authenticated by Automobile Club d’Italia. Benefits from a total JD Classics 3000 hour restoration and development which included JD high torque engine upgrade, uprated suspension and preparation for the 2014 Mille Miglia where the car successfully finished the event. A unique opportunity to purchase a genuine Mille Miglia competition car restored to the highest standards. Please contact us for further details.
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