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  • Alfa Romeo 1750

    £16,000 - £20,000 £16,000 - £20,000

    Alfa Romeo 1750

    We're very pleased to offer this race-prepared 1968 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV with claims for Italian FIA conformity and present it to the market as an economic and low-risk entry to historic motorsport. Whether you're a novice driver or veteran of the grid, there's no better historic race car than that with the Alfa Romeo pedigree. Finished to a seemingly high standard and having been breathed upon and prepared by Sergio Lazzari of Alfa Therapy in Rome, this car is even accompanied by an Italian CSAI Passaporto Tecnico, which we understand is recognised as a European version of the HTP papers we would recognise in the UK. We do strongly encourage all interested parties to clarify the eligibility of the car at certain events before bidding please, as regulations do change.Finished in Orca Yellow and hailing from Italy, it is of course in lefthand drive guise, the car sits at a great height and looks purposeful even when motionless. Specification includes: monocoque chassis; independent front suspension with coil springs and telescopic dampers; rigid axle rear suspension, again with coil springs and telescopic dampers; non-adjustable roll-bar; period correct engine with reputed 1779 cylinder capacity; Weber type 40 carburettors; electric fuel pump; wet-sump lubrication; five gears; rear-wheel drive and limited slip differential; front and rear disc brakes; worm and roller steering and alloy GTA-style wheels.Unproven in the hands of our vendor, we regret we cannot provide any dyno reports for the engine.  However, it is reasonably safe to assume that given the Alfa Therapy involvement and the car's claims for HTP equivalent papers (and even unstamped Period G FIA papers), this is a good car in the right hands. All reasonable requests for thorough pre-auction inspection will try to be accommodated.Perfectly suited to a relative newcomer to the historic motorsport scene, have no fear for you'll always be welcomed in an Alfa!]]>

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    • Engine size: 1779

    Start on: 22/02/2015
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  • Silverstone Auctions
    +44 (0) 1926 691 141
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  • Alfa Romeo Sz

    £50,000 - £70,000 £50,000 - £70,000

    Alfa Romeo Sz

    The product of another successful collaboration between Alfa Romeo and Zagato, the Sprint Zagato, or SZ, as it was more commonly known, was built between 1989 to 1991, with a total of 1,036 cars being produced. Launched at the '89 Geneva Motor Show, all cars built were in left-hand drive form and fitted with a 3.0 litre V6 engine. With its limited production numbers this unique supercar is highly desirable today.We are pleased to offer this rare Alfa Romeo SZ which was sold to its first owner in the Netherlands in 1991. Subsequently purchased by our vendor for his private collection, the car remains unregistered. Presented in the only colour combination available, red with a tan leather interior, this example is one that can only be described as new.Offered with the original point of sale invoice, tools, leather book pack containing all the original books, and even the overmats which are still in their polythene bag, this car encompasses everything about a ‘time-capsule' car.In all, a best of breed car that cannot be faulted and with the odometer now showing a mere 808 km, this car would be the perfect addition for any astute enthusiast. ]]>

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    • Engine size: 2959

    Start on: 22/02/2015
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  • Alfa Romeo 2000

    £16,000 - £18,000 £16,000 - £18,000

    Alfa Romeo 2000

    Offered for sale is a 2000ccL 1975 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV manual that has been with the current owner for over 10 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 107/135. This right-hand drive 2000 GTV has recenty been the subject of a thorough recommissioning. The car started life in South Africa and has clearly benefitted from the dry climate with extremely clean running gear and very original body. The car has been finished to fast-road specification with webber carbs and 2000cc engine (originally a 1600cc). It also features a lovely Prototipo wheel, stainless steel exhaust system and LSD. Supplied with a fresh MoT and UK registration papers, this car is reported to be: "wonderful to drive, the engine sounds amazing and pulls really hard with lovely handling."  Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 3/5, Engine: 4/5, Transmission: 4/5, Running gear: 4/5, Electrics: 3/5, Vehicle history: 3/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/1975-alfa-romeo-2000-gtv.

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    • Mileage: 62000 mi

    • Engine size: 2000

    Start on: 03/03/2015
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  • Classic Car Auctions
    +44 (0) 1926 640 888
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  • Alfa Romeo 2000

    £16,000 - £18,000 £16,000 - £18,000

    Alfa Romeo 2000

    Offered for sale is a 2000L 1973 Alfa Romeo 2000 GT Veloce manual that has been with the current owner for the last 3 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 94/135. Exterior: 4/5, Interior: 4/5, Engine: 4/5, Transmission: 4/5, Running gear: 4/5, Electrics: 4/5, Vehicle history: 2/5 For a full condition report, view this car on www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/1973-alfa-romeo-2000-gt-veloce.

    • Last update: about 6 hours old

    • Mileage: 133000 mi

    • Engine size: 2000

    Start on: 03/03/2015
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  • Classic Car Auctions
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  • Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055

    • Year: 1972

    • Last update: about 15 hours old

    • Mileage: 6888 mi

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  • The Gallery
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  • To be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RMs Amelia Island event, March 14, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/. Estimate:$2,300,000 - $2,600,000 85 bhp 1,752 cc DOHC supercharged inline six-cylinder engine with a Memini carburetor, four-speed manual transmission, front and rear live axle suspension with leaf springs, and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 108 in.The 13th of approximately 106 fifth-series Gran Sports produced One of 76 examples built for 1931Comprehensive restoration completed in 2009 Exhibited at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours dEleganceOverwhelmingly original example with numerous matching body stamps and parts numbersA racing legend built on the triumphs of such Alfa greats as Tazio Nuvolari and Achille VarziAs the world of motorsports evolved during the early 1920s, FIAT continued to dominate grand prix racing, but they soon watched many of its brightest and most talented employees hired away by the competition. Perhaps no loss was more significant than that of engineer Vittorio Jano, who not only demonstrated a mastery of technical design but also supervised field testing, contributed to race strategies, and even occasionally worked with pit crews. While his exodus from FIAT in late 1923 marked a downturn for the Turin firms fortunes, it was a coup de grce for Alfa Romeo, whose team manager, one Enzo Ferrari, had personally recruited the young engineer.Jano was immediately charged with developing Alfas new grand prix car, the P2, and the models smashing run of victories overwhelmingly justified his hiring. In 1926, Jano succeeded Giuseppe Merosi as Alfas head of design, and he then set to work on a touring car that was centered around a brand-new overhead-cam, 1.5-liter, inline six-cylinder engine. The 6C 1500 officially entered production in 1927, and the Sport version, which became available a year later, featured a twin overhead cam that raised power by 10 to a brisk 54 horsepower. (This motor would become the conceptual basis for the evolution of small-displacement dual-cam engines that defined Alfas greatest cars over the following four decades.) Both Normale and Sport versions rode wheelbases of 114 inches and were generally clothed in saloon or four-seat tourer coachwork.In 1929, the 6C 1500 Super Sport was introduced, and it featured two-seat spider coachwork and an optional Roots supercharger, which increased power to 76 horsepower. These cars were produced in very small numbers during the two series of 6C 1500 production, which lasted until late 1929, when the engine displacement was enlarged to 1,752 cubic centimeters.The resulting 6C 1750 was produced in four more series of gradual improvements over the following six years, soon distinguishing itself as one of Alfa Romeos most important models. While nearly 2,600 examples were made in total, many of these cars were equipped as the single-cam Turismo version (the replacement for the Normale) and were built on Alfas long 122-inch chassis. A minority of these cars were classified as Sport models, which were built on 114-inch chassis and equipped with the twin-cam 1750 engine. Most of these cars were clothed with Alfa saloon coachwork and were soon more appropriately renamed Gran Turismo. This distinction paved the way for the Super Sport examples, which rode the shorter 108-inch wheelbase and were available with finned alloy superchargers and intake manifolds. Perhaps most importantly, these cars were coachbuilt to individual customer order by firms like Zagato, Castagna, and Touring.In 1930, the Super Sport name was updated to Gran Sport, and these cars featured an ingenious sloping radiator that not only gave the car a more rakish appearance but also functionally increased the surface area of the radiator for improved cooling. The 6C 1750 Gran Sport Standard was equipped with the Roots supercharger, which developed an unprecedented 85 horsepower, and approximately 106 examples were produced before the introduction of the sixth and final series of cars in 1933. In factory competition form, the 6C 1750 firmly thrust Alfa Romeo into the winners circle, making it arguably more successful than any Alfa model to date. With five major victories in 1929 alone, including Giuseppe Camparis triumph at the Mille Miglia, the 6C 1750 took the top three places at the 1930 Tourist Trophy and the 1930 Mille Miglia, the latter of which constituted an epic duel between legendary drivers Achille Varzi and Tazio Nuvolari.CHASSIS NUMBER 10814313Find the [correct] rhythm, and the Alfa becomes as easy and well-mannered as a sports car 30 years its junior, wrote Mark Dixon in the February 2015 issue of Octane magazine, after he had tested the 6C 1750 Gran Sport Spider that had been produced just one chassis number after the feature example offered here. Straightaway, its clear why this car was such a natural for road racing. It doesnt matter whether youre going fast or slow; the steering is always light and super sharp.After describing how the higher-pitched sounds of the supercharger and gearboxassault your ears, Dixon added, The exhaust produces a wonderfully rorty hot-rod beat, and torque is remarkable good. He summarizes, There arent many cars of this vintage that feel so satisfying in every respect. If you want a quality pre-war sports car thats challenging but not difficult, exhilarating without being exhausting, then a 6C 1750 makes a convincing statement.Although factory records of chassis number 10814313 were destroyed during World War II, it is very likely that the Alfa was constructed during March or April of 1931, as most of the cars in close proximity within the chassis sequence were issued certificates of origin around this time. According to the data of Luigi Fusi and Roy Slaters in the seminal 1968 book on the 6C 1750 model, the car is the 13th of approximately 106 examples of the fifth-series 6C 1750 Gran Sport and one of still fewer clothed in Zagatos famous spider coachwork. The car was reportedly first registered in Switzerland in 1933, but by the late 1940s, it was owned by a student in Geneva named Lucien Dorier. According to an original Swiss title printed on silk, Mr. Dorier sold the 6C in June 1950 to Guido Arioli, a salesman living in nearby Tinizong. The car is believed to have lived the majority of its life in Switzerland, and by the 2000s, it was owned by collector Peter Groh, who had commissioned a substantial restoration, which began in 2005.Ivo Buschor, of Schocherswil, Switzerland, was retained to rebuild the engine, carburetor, gearbox, clutch, steering column, axles, and brakes, with additional work being performed on the fuel and electrical systems. The body and cockpit were disassembled, rebuilt, and refinished, the instrument panel was refurbished, and the seats were reupholstered. The restoration was completed in April 2009, and according to invoices, it totaled over 100,000 Swiss francs, with the result being a masterfully presented, concours-worthy vintage speed machine.When the Alfa was acquired by the consignor in 2011, it was finally removed from its long-time home in Switzerland and imported to the United States. The Gran Sports importance, rarity, and correctness of restoration were confirmed when it was accepted and presented at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours dElegance, where it competed in the European Classic: Sports Racing class. Although sparingly used by the current owner, the Alfa has been periodically driven to maintain freshness, and it has recently received a fluid top-off and basic service to ensure strong operating quality for the next caretaker.The Alfa retains a number of original components and markings, including the original chassis identification plate, engine number stampings, and crankcase stamping. The numbering of the Memini carburetor, front axle, rear axle housing, and CWP gear carrier also suggest that these components are original. The body number 917 is clearly stamped on the windscreen and hood-hinge, as well as the floorboards and in fascinating pencil markings on the inside of the wooden door panels and trunk lid. The car is also accompanied by its original owners manual.Chassis number 10814313 is a sensational example of a verifiable racing legend, and one of Alfas most esteemed and significant pre-war automobiles. With its beautiful open coachwork, stout mechanical prowess, and impressive competition pedigree, there is little wonder that the 6C 1750 Gran Sport Spider has grown to be a darling of top-tier concours delegance and a favorite among discerning collectors and Alfa purists. Well-maintained examples are reputed to be highly rewarding drivers machines that are abound in light, connected steering, impressive road handling, and plenty of supercharged power, provided by its center-positioned accelerator pedal.

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  • RM Sotheby's
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  • To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RMs Amelia Island event, March 14, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/. Estimate:$ 90,000 - $110,000 74 bhp, 1,290 cc DOHC inline four-cylinder engine, four-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension and solid rear axle with four-wheel coil springs, and front and rear hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 88.6 in.A classic example of al fresco Italian motoringTraditional red over black color combinationRecent restorationThe Alfa Romeo Giulietta, first seen at the 1954 Turin Motor Show in coupe form, was intended as a small platform that could easily cut through narrow European streets with ease. Alfa went on to produce a saloon version in 1955, and at the request of U.S. importer Max Hoffman, a convertible variant of the Giulietta was also produced in that same year. The spider was based on the Sprint, and it utilized a variant of Alfa Romeos 1.3-liter, four-cylinder engine, which could produce 74 horsepower. The convertible weighed in at 1,896 pounds and was 121 pounds lighter than its coupe sibling, which translated into marked improvements in performance and resulted in a top speed close to 100 mph.This Giulietta Spider, chassis number AR 170763, was completed on August 23, 1961, and sold on September 6, 1961, to Alfa Romeo Inc. in Newark, New Jersey. According to records from Automobilismo Storico Alfa Romeo, it was originally finished in white, with either a red or black interior. While its earliest ownership history is currently unknown, it is believed that this beautiful little Alfa made its way to the West Coast early on in its life, which is where the previous owner acquired the car, and it was then brought to Tampa, Florida. In Florida, the Giulietta spent the next six years serving as the mascot for the Tre Amici caf in Ybor City, a historic district of Tampa.In 2012, the Alfa Romeo was acquired by the consignor, who subjected the Spider to a complete restoration. Work began on what was described as a rust-free body by the Florida Classic Cars restoration ship in Tampa. The body was taken down to bare metal and repainted in red, as it had been when acquired. All trim pieces were rechromed or replaced with new ones where needed, and the car also received all new rubber trim and body seals. The black vinyl seats were reconditioned, and the interior was trimmed with new carpeting throughout. Additionally, the Spider received a new matching black cloth top to protect its occupants from a quick downpour. The steering wheel is in excellent condition, as is the chrome horn ring, which has also been rechromed. The dashboard pad and controls are in equally fine order.The undercarriage was stripped and painted as new, while the engine compartment is clean and tidy. Mechanically, the engine was sorted where needed, including a rebuilding of the carburetor. The brakes have also been properly sorted to ensure that this sprightly Spider stops as well as it goes.The Giulietta Spider is one of Alfa Romeos most iconic post-war automobiles, and it represents an affordable way to step into classic Italian motoring. Upon testing an Alfa Romeo Spider, Autocar magazine wrote that there is no more desirable small sports car; it sets standards of performance, handling, and refinement that very few others can match.

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  • This stylish Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint coupe' by Bertone is a rare Australian delivered model and one of only 597 RHD cars built. Finished in Mink with rich Burgundy leather. The all aluminium twin cam 6 cylinder engine makes 165 BHP and is coupled to a 5 speed gearbox. This car is fitted with air-conditioning which will require overhauling. The body is very straight and the paint finish to a high standard. The leather is near new and carpets in good order. In all a very rare & stylish Italian coupe'. © Copyright 2015 | Cummins Classic Cars | ABN 86 122 279 350 MD Licence 20325 Website by VA

    • Year: 1967

    • Last update: 12 days old

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  • Cummins Classic Cars
    +61 2 9743 4479
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  • 20" Alloy Rims with Perforated Design, Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel, Carbon Fibre Centre Console, Bluetooth, iPod Connection, Clover Leaf Wing Badges, BOSE Sound System, Red Brake Calipers, Micro-Perforated Full-Grain Leather Trim, Bordeaux Stitching Throughout, Full Luggage Set including Vanity Bag, 1 Owner From New, Immaculate Condition! Climate Control, Cruise Control, Dynamic Stability Control, Electric Windows, Immobilizer, Remote Alarm, Xenon Headlights.

    • Last update: 12 days old

    • Mileage: 2417 mi

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  • Romans International
    01737 742 805
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  • Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055

    • Year: 1995

    • Last update: 13 days old

    • Mileage: 6888 mi

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  • The Gallery
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  • '93 Alfa Romeo Spider Black/Black, 73k, nice................ Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1993 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce in Black with Black leather interior and Black soft top. 73,000 miles with a clean CARFAX. Very good body with decent paint. Good interior with some cracks in the dash (shown) and a couple of broken air vents. Good seats, door panels and carpets. Top is functional but not new. Mechanically good and a delight to drive, starts up with no smoke and has lots of power. A/C needs a charge. Both power windows work. Good car all around This is a very cool and affordable classic Alfa. Inspections encouraged. All sales AS-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California. Please note: All vehicles over 10 years old are mileage EXEMPT . All of our cars are for sale locally in our showroom and we reserve the right to sell any of them at any time. It is our goal to provide the highest quality vehicles to our customers. However, please keep in mind that when purchasing a used vehicle that most cars are not "perfect" and minor imperfections will be visible upon closer inspection. These imperfections include, but are not limited to, small scra

    • Year: 1993

    • Last update: 14 days old

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  • Chequered Flag
    0113 271 1366
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  • 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza by Pur Sang s/n PS0311 Dark Blue with Burgundy Leather Interior The Alfa Romeo 8C is widely considered to be the quintessential prewar sports and racing car. It has all the ingredients of a legendary sports car of the highest caliber: rarity, beauty, sophisticated engineering, and fantastic competition pedigree. Like the successful 6C 1750 which preceded it, the 8C 2300 was designed by Vittorio Jano and had at its heart a sophisticated twin cam engine (gear driven). By adding two more cylinders of the same bore and stroke, the 6C became the 8C. A Roots supercharger provided forced induction, and in racing tune, the cars were especially potent. Indeed, the racing performance of the 8C was unequivocally dominant. Unseating the previous reigning champion, the Mercedes SSKL, the 8C was virtually unbeatable during its heyday, winning the Mille Miglia in 1932, 1933 (finishing 1st through 8th places!), and 1934. The car also won the Targa Florio in 1931, 1932, and 1933, and various Grands Prix including Monaco in 1932, and of course Monza, which is where the racing variant received the Monza designation. The Pur Sang Alfa Romeos (and Bugattis) are fascinating

    • Year: 1933

    • Last update: 14 days old

    • Mileage: 194 mi

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  • Fantasy Junction
    +1 510 653 7555
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  • Ex Georges Debussy, winner of 1975 and 1976 French Championships with this Alfa Romeo chassis 2443428 Ex Jean-Claude Bajol's collection, Mr. Bajol bought it to Georges Debussy Only 51,550 kms from new and only 600 km since the engine has been rebuilt In excellent condition A real pleasure on the road Eligible for the Tour Auto

    • Year: 1975

    • Last update: 16 days old

    • Mileage: 51550 mi

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  • GTC Collection Cars
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  • This 1968 Alfa Romeo 1750 Duetto Spyder, delivered new to Munich (Germany), has been fully restored. The restoration has included paintwork, hood and interior trim. The color combinaison is really superb and the car runs perfectly. It has covered 78990 Kms and is accident free. German historic road papers.

    • Year: 1968

    • Last update: 16 days old

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  • 1973 Alfa Romeo GTV Coupe 1973 Alfa Romeo GTV Coupe, red with black interior, excellent original car, same owner for many years, can be used as a scruffy driver and driven as is or taken to the next level and fully restored, mechanically sound. For $12,750 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. Share this!

    • Year: 1973

    • Last update: 18 days old

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  • Beverly Hills Car Club
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  • 1970 Alfa Romeo Guilia 1300TI 1970 Alfa Romeo Guilia 1300 TI, red with black interior, very original car needing minor cosmetics. Motor turns freely by hand. For $5,950 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. Share this!

    • Year: 1970

    • Last update: 18 days old

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  • 1969 Alfa Romeo Duetto Turbo 1969 Alfa Romeo Duetto Turbo, yellow with black interior, solid body, excellent original car with lots of potential that has been sitting for many years waiting to be restored. For $10,750 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. Share this!

    • Year: 1969

    • Last update: 18 days old

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  • ​ 1967 Alfa Romeo Duetto 1967 Alfa Romeo Duetto, ivory white with black interior, without soft top. The same owner for many years and it has been sitting waiting to be restored. For $6,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. Share this!

    • Year: 1967

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  • 1965 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint Coupe 1965 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint Coupe,chassis#AR820420 engine#AR0060100590, grey with black interior, manual transmission, chrome bumpers, an original California car, excellent candidate for restoration. For $11,750 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. Share this!

    • Year: 1965

    • Last update: 18 days old

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  • 1946 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Sports Cabriolet by Pininfarina 1946 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Sports Cabriolet by Pininfarina, Chassis#915229, extremely rare car for restoration, beautiful body style, missing the engine and transmission, lots of potential as cars like this for restoration are almost impossible to find, don't miss your chance to own and restore a piece of Alfa Romeo history. For $69,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. Share this!

    • Year: 1946

    • Last update: 18 days old

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  • To be OFFERED AT AUCTION at Auction Americas Fort Lauderdale event, March 27-29, 2015. Estimate:$ 70,000 - $ 85,000 In 1967 the World's Fair was held at in Montreal. Reports indicate that the car was unveiled without any model name, but the adoring public began to call it the Montreal and the name stuck. Receiving a swell of positive feedback, Alfa decided to put the popular and well-received prototype into production. It was ready in 1971, and was in turn named "Montreal". It was one of the very few show cars that was subsequently built and then sold to the public. Little was changed; Alfa Romeo replaced their standard four-cylinder engine of 110-hp with a version of their racing V-8 engine that now produced 230-hp. As a result, a new Italian high performance sports car came into being, dubbed "Montreal - the dream car that came true". Giorgio Giugiardo, one of the world's then-leading industrial designers, styled this sleek and streamlined coupe, which was executed in metal by Bertone.The Italian coachbuilder built and produced the exotic Montreal coupes for Alfa Romeo, and the first ones reached dealer showrooms in 1972. Superlatives rolled in from around the world when the production model hit the road. Phrases like a "racing engine in an evening gown" and "a true work of art" have been used to describe the car. From its functional air inlets located in the pillars behind the doors to the unique concealed headlight arrangement behind movable slats, a perfect wedding of form and function was achieved with this car. Fit and finish of the Montreal was rated superior in all areas due to the state of the shops Bertone had set up. Alfa Romeo has long been known for smaller four-cylinder and six-cylinder sports cars, but the Montreal was sold with an Alfa V-8 engine. The Montreal with its sophisticated 2.6-liter, four-cam, dry sump, fuel-injected V-8 engine and ZF five-speed gearbox was priced at 2-1/2 times Alfa's factory-made coupes, thus putting it in direct competition with its well-recognized Italian competitors, however Alfa's V-8 engine developed more power than the Maserati Merak and the Lamborghini Urraco, and almost as much as the larger 3-liter Ferrari. Particularly, the Montreal was available with options and a wide range of paint colors that were not offered on any other Alfa Romeo. This Montreal, serial number 1428787, is reported as the 42nd from the end of production. It was privately imported in 1985 and comes complete with the Federal EPA and DOT Approval paperwork. In the 30 years since, it has had just two owners and has been used sparingly. The car has complete new interior upholstery and carpets that faithfully match the original in style and materials, and any parts needed over the years have been sourced from Alfa Romeo (exception being the electronic ignition which is no longer available and has been replaced by a Crane ignition system). The only significant modification is the desirable HB Engineering handling kit (NLA) developed by an Autodelta racing driver specifically for the Montreal. Carefully maintained, this Montreal has no known rust or panel repairs, has been thoroughly undercoated and protected, and has received sympathetic care the last 17-years in a heated and air conditioned garage. It is stated that the car goes faster than any Alfa you may have ever experienced, plus it is in excellent condition.

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  • To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at Auction Americas Fort Lauderdale event, March 27-29, 2015. Estimate:$100,000 - $150,000 Alfa Romeo is a luxury Italian car producer that was started in June of 1910. Since their birth, they have rooted their history in racing. One of their many trademark innovations was the use of a twin-overhead cam engine on their 1914 Grand Prix car. When motor sports recommenced after the Second World War, Alfa Romeo became a superior force to deal with in Grand Prix events. This stunningly designed Alfa Romeo was launched in 1957 with great success. Remarkably the drag coefficient of the Alfa was so low that it took more than two decades for another automobile to match it. Although the car proved to be a bit too heavy for racing, it became a stylish road car, adding bit of grand touring flash to the Alfa Romeo line. The Sprint Speciale is arguably one of the most attractive Alfa Romeos of its era. At the request of many Italian car enthusiasts, Alfas were finally imported into the United States in 1961. As with all Giulietta Sprint Specials, it is powered by a DOHC inline four-cylinder that is fueled by dual carburetors. This beautiful car is equipped with a four-speed manual transmission, independent front and rigid rear axle with coil-spring suspension, and four-wheel drum brakes. The curvaceous body is finished in blue paint with complimenting brightwork. Inside, the upholstery is finished in black with a matching red carpet. On the dashboard, the gauges show to be in excellent condition, with no apparent signs of yellowing.

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  • Alfa Romeo Gtv

    €34,900
    (£25,319.95)
    €34,900
    (£25,319.95)

    Alfa Romeo Gtv

    DETTAGLI VETTURA: Auto in condizioni da concorso, restaurata completamente vite per vite, matching numbers. Meccanica impeccabile, interni nuovi in pelle. Libro con fatture lavori disponibili a prova della qualità del restauro. Per ragioni di sicurezza il numero motore viene fornito solo su richiesta. CONDIZIONI DI VENDITA Nella impossibilità di un continuo aggiornamento il prezzo pubblicato è da considerarsi indicativo La Luzzago si riserva la facoltà di variarlo senza preavviso per ragioni di mercato e per migliorie apportate. Si invita a fare riferimento al listino ufficiale disponibile in sede. I dati descrittivi e la documentazione relativi alla vettura possono contenere errori o inesattezze. Pertanto quanto descritto non ha valore contrattuale ma è puramente indicativo. La Luzzago non risponde per la eventuale mancanza o difformità di parti o componenti rispetto alle caratteristiche originali di produzione ed omologazione. E’fatto onere all’acquirente di mettere in atto le verifiche necessarie. Per ogni informazioni siamo a vostra disposizione al ++ 39.030.2411531

    • Year: 1973

    • Last update: 29 days old

    • Engine size: 2

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  • Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Touring

    €95,000
    (£68,922.50)
    €95,000
    (£68,922.50)

    Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Touring

    DESCRIZIONE VETTURA: Vettura prodotta nel 1960 e venduta nel 1961 alla Hoffman Motor Car Co. a New York, U.S.A, è stata successivamente importata e immatricolata in italia nel 1998 . Nel 2014 ha subito un lungo e laborioso restauro conservativo con oltre €20000 di ricambi sostituiti e lavori eseguiti tra cui: revisione motore, nuovo impianto elettrico completo, freni anteriori e posteriori nuovi, moquette completa, tappetini abitacolo originali in gomma con logo Touring, nuove lenti fari post, set completo guarnizioni abitacolo, paraurti e cromature nuove revisione strumenti, sebatoio, scatola sterzo. Carrozzeria riverniciata completamente così come l'hard top. Meccanica ancora in rodaggio con solo 100 km percorsi. Auto pronta all'uso e regolarmente revisionata fino al 2017. CONDIZIONI DI VENDITA Nella impossibilità di un continuo aggiornamento il prezzo pubblicato è da considerarsi indicativo La Luzzago si riserva la facoltà di variarlo senza preavviso per ragioni di mercato e per migliorie apportate. Si invita a fare riferimento al listino ufficiale disponibile in sede. I dati descrittivi e la documentazione relativi alla vettura possono contenere errori o inesattezze. Pertanto quanto descritto non ha valore contrattuale ma è puramente indicativo. La Luzzago non risponde per la eventuale mancanza o difformità di parti o componenti rispetto alle caratteristiche originali di produzione ed omologazione. E’fatto onere all’acquirente di mettere in atto le verifiche necessarie. Per ogni informazioni siamo a vostra disposizione al ++ 39.030.2411531

    • Last update: 29 days old

    • Engine size: 2

    For sale
  • Luzzago 1975 Srl
    +390302411531
    see details
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia

    €180,000
    (£130,590)
    €180,000
    (£130,590)

    Alfa Romeo Giulia

    DESCRIZIONE VETTURA: Auto in condizioni da concorso, con targhe nere e documenti dell'epoca. Questa splendida vettura disegnata da Bertone è una delle 1400 prodotte. Matching numbers ed omologata targa oro ASI, monta due doppio corpo Weber. Auto sempre italiana. Per ragioni di sicurezza il numero motore viene fornito solo su esplicita richiesta. CONDIZIONI DI VENDITA Nella impossibilità di un continuo aggiornamento il prezzo pubblicato è da considerarsi indicativo La Luzzago si riserva la facoltà di variarlo senza preavviso per ragioni di mercato e per migliorie apportate. Si invita a fare riferimento al listino ufficiale disponibile in sede. I dati descrittivi e la documentazione relativi alla vettura possono contenere errori o inesattezze. Pertanto quanto descritto non ha valore contrattuale ma è puramente indicativo. La Luzzago non risponde per la eventuale mancanza o difformità di parti o componenti rispetto alle caratteristiche originali di produzione ed omologazione. E’fatto onere all’acquirente di mettere in atto le verifiche necessarie. Per ogni informazioni siamo a vostra disposizione al ++ 39.030.2411531

    • Year: 1963

    • Last update: 29 days old

    • Engine size: 1.6

    For sale
  • Luzzago 1975 Srl
    +390302411531
    see details
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