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
• Mileage: 51550 mi
This 1968 Alfa Romeo 1750 Duetto Spyder "Ossa Di Seppia", 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
1957 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spider s/n AR1495F*01970*, engine no. AR1315*32929* Red with Black Interior The Giulietta, and later the Giulia are the cars that took Alfa Romeo from being a relatively small production company to being an economically viable and successful firm. Prior to that, they had produced large and expensive cars, and never in very large numbers. With the Giulietta/Giulia, however, Alfa Romeo produced significant numbers of these charming and capable cars. Its success was due in part to its unique placement in the market. It was neither a large hugely expensive car, nor was it very small utility car (such as the Fiat 500). Instead, they were affordable enough so that many could buy them, yet permitted a more glamorous and useful approach to motoring that really struck a chord with buyers on both sides of the Atlantic. The Giulietta Veloce enjoys the honor of being the highest performing and most developed open variant of the 1300cc line, thanks to its venerable twin cam engine, twin Weber carburetors, higher compression ratio, and hotter cam profiles. Performance was much improved over the standard cars. This particular car is a genuine Veloce that was resto
• Year: 1957
• Mileage: 38930 mi
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Alfa Romeo 1900C Series 1 Sprint Coupe. Ice Blue with Blue Hide. Borrani wire wheels. 1 of only 650 aluminium bodied series 1 examples produced. Factory left hand drive. Total concours restoration with photographic record over a period of 3 years. Recent full engine rebuild to JD developed high torque specification. Upgrades include: JD developed pistons and steel connecting rods, JD camshafts with JD uprated valve gear, timing chains and sprockets. Eligible for various major historic rally events including the Mille Miglia. JD road/rally specification 1900C’s are becoming increasingly popular. Please contact us for further details.
• Year: 1952
This extremely pretty 101 Series Giulietta Spider is the product of a three year labour of love by the vendor and, not just one but, a pair of dilapidated Alfa Romeos. The first was purchased in 1976, but the bodyshell was eventually scrapped when found to be too corroded. Useful items salvaged from this vehicle included: engine, gearbox, propshaft, rear axle, steering wheel, instruments, switches, the remains of the hood (for pattern), hood frame and various items of trim. The second vehicle was acquired in 1981 after living in a lock-up garage in Wimbledon for many years, following importation from the Channel Islands in 1967. It had apparently been used as a source of spares by the previous keeper and was now effectively a rolling shell which, at some time, had suffered the indignity of possessing a badly fitted Ford engine and gearbox. The remains were winched out of the lock-up and trailered to Nottingham. The project was then shelved to 1989 owing to other commitments. At this point the shell was completely dismantled and all corroded metal removed. A new rear skirt was purchased from Milan, while all other replacement panels were fabricated by the vendor and arc welded into
• Year: 1960
Offered Out Of 25+ Year Ownership Excellent Older Restoration Fit For Touring Or Showing Finished In Original Colors A Genuine Veloce Details Alfa Romeo has always been well known for their illustrious supercharged grand-prix cars of the 1930’s and 40’s. Even into the early 1950’s they were still very much considered an upscale acquisition for those seeking racing pedigree for the road. However, it was evident that Alfa Romeo would need a new volume based flagship to keep the company progressive and competitive across the market ranges. In 1954 the Giulietta was introduced to the world. Offered in various formats, it can be said the most popular and stylish was that of the Pininfarina Designed Giulietta Spider; offered in both Normale and Veloce Specification. Veloce, or fast in Italian, exemplified just that from the little 4-Cylinder, twin cam, Weber fed engine. Capable of over 100MPH, the Veloce offered Alfa buyers great options, and as such the company sold 100K’s of Giulietta variants. The 101 Series, ranging from late 1959-1965 limited Spider Veloce specification examples produced to only 2,796 units. They are indeed rare today; offer a thrilling, high-RPM, top down experienc
• Year: 1960
Perfect Restoration Candidate Running & Driving Example Highly Original Throughout A Numbers Matching Example Details Offered for sale is this 1957 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider. According to the Alfa Romeo Centro Documentazione Chassis # AR 1495.02277 was manufactured on July 9 th 1957 and sold new by Max Hoffman Motor Car Co. in New York on August 5 th 1957. It was delivered new as a Red with Black interior example carrying engine number AR 1315.42184. While it may be a bit rougher today than it was when new, this Alfa is very much the car is was then in terms of being original. It has always remained a Red over Black example and never received full restoration or any sort of extensive repair work. It was a car that was driven and put into storage. While exact history is unknown, we do know that it was owned by the same VA owner from 1997-2011 and then passed to an Alfa Specialists who made it run and drive until we acquired it. The car starts instantly, runs strong with good clutch, no smoke, and a very smooth running engine. No doubt this should be considered an example for restoration, but mechanically it almost warrants its new care taker to consider a freshening to enjoy it so
• Year: 1957
Chassis # AR115410003841 Rare Niki Lauda Edition: #216 of 350 Only 49,000 Miles From New Very Well Documented & Cared For Recent Cosmetic Restoration A Turn Key Alfa For The Collector Or Enthusiast Details The Alfa Romeo Spider is the longest running model from the 103 year old company. It comes as no surprise as its success spans nearly 30 years and well over 120,000 examples in all different years, variants, and specifications. It’s the quintessential Italian sports car for the masses in many ways, and was Alfa’s first real success as a mass manufacturer supplying cars to many markets across the globe. These little Spiders offered magnificent Twin Cam Alfa power, and with win on Sunday sell on Monday, Alfa Romeo was closely linking their racing success with that on the showroom floor. From pretty 1 st series Duetto’s, to the 4 th series 2,000’s of the early 1990’s, all of these Alfa’s carry the soulful, high revving, wind-in-your-hair style that they originally intended. The Second Series 2000 Veloce, or “Kamm tail” as it is often referred to was in high demand between 1971-1982 with nearly 38,380 produced. It was also during this era (1978) that Niki Lauda joined the Brabham Alf
• Year: 1978
Increasingly Valuable Giulia Series Rust-Free and Great Mechanically Details Same ownership for the past 15 years. Restored in the 1980’s. Currently shows as a solid rust free driver. The paint is faded with consistent blemishes from age. No signs of any accident damage ever. Engine bay shows well for a driver. The trunk is clean as well as the floors and rockers. The metal is thin and sharp where it should be with no signs of any excessive filler usage anywhere. Straight with decent gaps and good door jams. The chrome is showing its age. The windshield has a crack. Correct rocker panel trim pieces will go with the car along with any missing chrome etc… An original crack free windshield is available for an additional $500. The top is faded and was done when restored. The interior was also done in the 80’s during the restoration and is showing age overall, but is functional as-is. The dash is very presentable and the gauges function properly. The car starts easily, runs very strong with no smoke or issues. The brakes work well also but are older. The tires are up to date as the car has been used often as a driver since 1998 and has been kept up mechanically to be used reliably durin
• Year: 1965
Chassis # AR149511857 Engine # AR0011203056 Finished In Its Original Color Combination A Superb Example Ready For Tours & Rallies Upgraded to 1600cc Power An Interim 101 Alfa Giulietta Spider Details Alfa Romeo has long been known for their illustrious supercharged grand-prix cars of the 1930′s and 40′s. Even into the early 1950′s they were still very much considered an upscale acquisition for those seeking racing pedigree for the road. Success at the world’s most prestigious race tracks, road races and endurance races has always upheld there high standard of performance and engineering. However, it was evident that Alfa Romeo would need a new volume based and less expensive flagship to keep the company progressive and competitive across the market ranges in this new post-war market place. In 1954 the Giulietta was introduced to the world. Offered in various formats, it can be said the most popular and stylish was that of the Pininfarina Designed Giulietta Spider when introduced in late 1955; offered in both Normale and Veloce Specification. The company sold 100K’s of Giuliettas in many different formats, and while the Veloce offered a touch more power for the sporting enthusiast,
• Year: 1961
Chassis # 149504505 Engine # 131543835 Single Ownership Since 1961 Highly Original and Ready For Restoration Details SOLD Share this: Pinterest Facebook Twitter Like this: Like Loading... Inquire Here Vehicle Name* Your Name* Phone* Your Email* Your Message Add me to the Email Listings * Required Fields
• Year: 1958
Alfa Romeo Spider 2.0 LHD from third owner with only 137000 km's from new! Beautiful condition throughout! Body wise in a stunning overall condition, perfect panal fitings, no rust etc.Mechanically rebuild and so in a perfect working and driving order.Exceptional condition Alfa Romeo Spider!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
• Mileage: 84940 mi
An original step front GT Junior with an excellent rust free body benefitting from much new mechanical work. Left hand drive and sold with a UK age related registration number. History of this car Our Alfa Romeo was first registered in Milan on 10.2.1969 originally finished, as today, in a rare and appealing Amaranto colour. This GT Junior has only had few owners from new and covered a believed low mileage of just 80,000 klms (49,000 miles), and has lived in Italy all its life. We imported the car here recently from Padova, sourcing it for it’s superior unrestored condition. Body This Bertie has a very straight body with particularly good door panel gaps, often a weakness of this model on restored cars, ditto the sill profile is absolutely correct. The good news continues underneath with a rock solid chassis, all the usual trouble spots on these cars you can see are without corrosion or repair. Rare indeed! The paint is in excellent condition with a brilliant shine. The bright work is generally very good; the glass is perfect and the road wheels have been newly sand blasted and repainted. Mechanics This is another strength of this example, having had much expenditure recently on ty
• Year: 1969
An early matching numbers normale Spider, entirely rust free with large history file. Under restoration and available soon with newly rebuilt engine and gearbox, all new braking system, new Pirelli Cinturato tyres, new windscreen, Weber carb upgrade, new chrome, new paint, new lights, new badges and new trim. This Alfa was supplied new to South Africa in left hand drive configuration and has been in the UK since 1963, with just 3 long term owners. According to the Alfa Romeo historical archive, the car was originally red. At the time of writing colour is to choice and the Alfa is due for completion January 2016. Supplied with original jack, tools, owner’s manual and sales brochure, this example will be amongst the very best available. Please get in touch for fixed pricing and to reserve the car. © 2015 Mr Speedlux Terms and Conditions
• Year: 1958
Le Pur Sang des Automobile roughly translates as “The Pure Bred Automobile”. It is a phrase that was coined by Le Patron himself, Ettore Bugatti, to describe his own legendary and iconic machinery. But to today’s automotive connoisseurs, “Le Pur Sang” may also refer to a small Argentine company that happens to build stunningly exact recreations of the greatest pre-war classics in history. Pur Sang was founded by Argentine enthusiast and master restorer Jorge Anadon, born of a burning desire to own one of Ettore Bugatti’s great Type 35s for himself. In the process of restoring one of these great cars for a client, Anadon began to copy and reproduce every single component, eventually building a car for himself in his living room. More than simply a well detailed replica, Anadon replicated the process in which the Type 35 was built, masterfully capturing the very essence of the original. Today, his skilled craftsmen not only build beautiful cars, but they preserve history through their craft. Cars are being built exactly as they were in the 1920s, from the sand cast engine components, to the stitching of the leather cockpits. Pur Sang beautifully integrates the process as a key elemen
• Year: 1932
If there is one moderately priced sports car that everyone who considers him or her self to be an enthusiast should try it is an Alfa Romeo Giulietta. While the early 2.250 mm short wheelbase 750-series Spiders reward their drivers with nearly psychic responses, it is the 2,380mm long wheelbase Sprint -- and the later longer wheelbase 101-series Spider -- that will most impress modern drivers with its responsiveness, handling, ride, comfort and performance. The Alfa Romeo Giulietta departed in many ways from Alfa's past. At only 1,290cc it was the smallest engine Alfa had ever built. The aluminum cylinder block, crankcase and dual overhead cam cylinder head made it by far the lightest. Unit body construction tested the expertise and capacity of not just Bertone, the Sprint body designer and principal contractor, but also the entire auto manufacturing industry in northern Italy. The Giulietta's success overwhelmed Alfa's factory at Portello in Milan and gave rise to a huge entirely new factory at Arese in the suburbs. But for all its departures from tradition it continued, and enhanced, Alfa's reputation of light, quick, powerful, nimble sports car. They looked great. They went fast
• Year: 1960
The Giulietta was a major departure for Alfa Romeo. In the years before and just after the Second World War, Alfa had built its reputation on large and luxurious performance cars. With the Giulietta, however, the company switched to a formula of small, nimble sports cars. Unexpectedly successful, Alfa built on the Giulietta and its successor Giulia for decades, building legions of fans for its crisp, sharp engine's performance and the alacrity of its simple but effective chassis.. First created as a special series awarded as prizes in an Italian national lottery, the Giulietta Sprint coupe amazed its lucky winners with its performance and handling. Alfa rushed the Bertone-bodied Sprint into series production, followed by the Berlina 4-door sedan and Pinin Farina's Spider in 1955. Renowned for their incredible responsiveness and the eager performance of their 1,290 cc twin cam aluminum alloy engines, they were as rewarding to drive as many larger or more expensive automobiles of the day, and frequently took the measure of more expensive and exotic cars on race tracks. This 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider was completed on July 31, 1961, and sold to Alfa Romeo USA on August 23,1961.
• Year: 1961
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
• Year: 1962
It has been said that any true sports car enthusiast should own at least one Alfa Romeo in their life. Of course some might strongly disagree with that sentiment – but others in the know will certainly nod in agreement. Alfa Romeos have a certain quality, a certain excitement about them that can be difficult to explain, but once you get behind the wheel, it all becomes clear. Lively handling, jewel-like twin-cam engines and bodies designed by the greatest Italian Carrozzeria all add up to create cars that are unmatched for sheer driving joy – from the most basic four-door sedan up to a two-seat sports car – Alfas share that same spirit. The Duetto spider was based on the highly successful 105-series chassis that served as the basis of the Giulia and Giulietta coupes and sedans, but with completely different styling. The Duetto took all that was great about the Giulia coupe and boiled it down to the bare essentials of a two seat, open top sports car. While fairly conventional, the chassis was very well sorted thanks to the well-located rear axle and independent front suspension. The Duetto was built on a strong unibody platform, and came standard with disc brakes, a sweet shifting 5
• Year: 1967
At the 1967 Montreal Expo, a striking new concept car sat atop the Alfa Romeo stand. The car (which wasn’t even given a name) was an aggressively styled 2+2 coupe based on the Giulia Sprint GT chassis running a Giulia Ti 1600cc twin cam four. The concept was purely a styling exercise penned by Marcello Gandini, who was employed by Bertone at the time, and was not intended for production. Viewers were met by a distinctive front end design that featured retractable headlight louvers and a low, wide hood line. That low hood flowed into a generous greenhouse and into the thick C-pillars where you meet the car’s second major visual punch – a set of bold black vertical slats. These slats served little purpose other than to make a visual statement, but they were such a signature of the design that they remained proudly in place on the production version. Speaking of production, the concept car was never intended as anythingmore than a styling exercise, in fact, it didn’t even have an official name – “Montreal” was a nickname given to it by the public and press. But it caused such a stir that Alfa Romeo seriously considered the idea of producing it. While most concept cars get watered down
• Year: 1972
Alfa Romeo chose the 1967 Montreal Expo as the venue to unveil a new concept coupe, based on the Giulia Sprint GT chassis. The dramatic styling exercise was penned by Bertone’s Marcello Gandini, and was not intended for production, although it was a runner thanks to its 1600cc Giulia Ti drivetrain. The concept’s design was marked by unique retractable louvers that partially covered the headlamps, and a set of bold black vertical slats on the C-pillars. The press and public loved the car, nicknaming it “Montreal”. It caused such a stir that Alfa Romeo made the decision to put the striking new GT car into production. It is often the case that when concept cars reach production, they are little more than watered down versions of their glamorous inspiration – but the Montreal was a surprising exception. Rather than the show car’s Giulia sourced four-cylinder, the production Montreal went four better with a 200 horsepower, 2.6 liter, dry-sump V8 derived from the exotic Tipo 33 sports racer. This jewel of a V8 featured SPICA fuel injection that allowed a screaming 7000rpm redline. A 5-speed manual ZF transmission fed power to Alfa’s proven live rear axle with a limited slip diff. The pro
• Year: 1974
We are delighted to offer for sale this ALFA ROMEO Giulietta JTDM-2 VELOCE finished in Red (Manual), 52,000 miles with charcoal half leather interior only 2 owners from new. this car comes complete with a full service history.,,Features include Electric Windows, Tinted Windows, Climate Control, Immobiliser, ABS, Electric Mirrors, Six Speed Gearbox, CD Player, Half Leather, Warranted Mileage, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Bluetooth Phone Conn, Full Service History, V5 Reg Doc, Cruise Control, Metallic Paint, Auto Stop/Start, Full Electric Pack, Traction Control, Colour Coded, Alloy Wheels.,,Only and pound;7,995,,FINANCE AVAILABLE, FOR A QUOTATION PLEASE CLICK FINANCE ENQUIRY!;PART EXCHANGE WELCOME.;;Please call us on 01642 243002, 01642-244522 or 07738 214951 ;
• Mileage: 52000 mi
• Engine size: 1.956
Description 6.5 colour sat nav Bluetooth Phone Connection IPOD Connection Cimate Control ATC with Dual Zone Climate Control DAB Radio Visibility Pack Alarm system Alfa D.N.A Electronic Q2 VDC With Hill Holder Uconnect Voice Command with Bluetooth Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls Bluetooth Music Streaming Rain Sensitive Windscreen Wipers Electric Folding Wing Mirrors Sports Suspension Front Parking Sensors Rear Parking Sensors Electric Lumber Adjustment Height Adjustable Driver Seat Height Adjustable Passenger Seat 18 Inch Turbine Design Alloy Leather and Alcatara Black Active Head Restraints Advance Multistage Front Air Bags Power Locking Fuel Cap Door 60/40 Folding Rear Seats Safe Lock Tilt Steering Column Isofix Attachments Front Fog Lights Rear 60/40 Folding Seat Through Loading Facility Rear Armrest With Storage Compartment Chrome Door Handles Chrome Effect Window Sills Chrome Effect Wing Mirrors Chrome Exhaust Tail Pipe Chrome Grille Dark Tinted Windows Rear Spoiler Red bremo brake calipers Sportiva badges Metallic Antracite Grey Paint 6 Airbags Central Locking Cooled Glove Box Diesel Particulate Filter Telephone System Aluminium Sports Pedals Floor Mats HWM - Driving Del
• Year: 2015
• Mileage: 1500 mi
Model : Giulia Sprint GT Veloce ;Type : RHD 105.37;Chassis : AR 299602;Build Date :22/09/1967;Number of RHD cars build Total : 380;Number of LHD cars build Total : 1027;Giulia Sprint GT Veloces are regarded as perhaps the most sought after of the Bertone - styled 105 coupes after the immortal GTA, ;;This particular car has had a lot of work done over the last two years all receipts Available;Parts : GBP 6,238.00;Chrome : GBP 2,000.00;Interior : GBP 1,500.00;Autodelta : GBP 7,825.48;Body work : GBP 2,000.00;Dash Restoration : GBP 875.00;Total : GBP 20,438.96;;Mechanical ;;Full Service All fluids and Filters;Fit Classic Alfa Handling Kit /KONI Sport;Replaced Front and rear discs pads brake hoses (Dunlop);Strip and rebuild Front and Rear Calipers,;Bushes Replaced ( Caster rod ,Anti-roll end link ,track rod end , Trailing Arm , Centre exhaust, Rear Gearbox Mount, Top arm Inner, And much more ! );Replace Trailing arms,;Replace Front and Rear Springs (Koni);Replace Front and Rear Shocks (Koni);Replace Crank oil Seal;Replace Water pump;Replace Carbs Strip , rebuild and Tune;Replace Sump Clean and Refit;Replace Master Cylinder;Replace Brake Servo;Replace Camshafts;Replace Heater Matrix;;Cosmetics;;Replace Dials Oil/Fuel , Water/Oil (NOS);Replace Hub Cups (NOS);Replace All Rubbers (New);Replace Carpet Set , Boot carpet set (New);Replace column ,Dash switches (New);Replace Side lights (New);Replace Indicator Repeater Lights (New);Replace Roof Linning;;Restore ;;Restore Interior ;Restore Dash ;Restore Steering Wheel;Restore Front Grill;Restore All Chrome ;Restore Carello spot Lights
- Original RHD car with matching numbers - Recent work includes new brake callipers and master cylinders all round - Described by the current vendor as "Good to Excellent" all round Finished in the classic combination of Red bodywork complemented by Black interior trim, this very tidy-looking Spider is an original righthand drive example with matching numbers engine and gearbox. It's been in its current ownership for three years and has recently benefited from the replacement of the brake master cylinder and all four calipers, and rides on a handsome set of period Momo alloy wheels. The vendor presently grades the bodywork and paintwork as 'excellent', the sonorous twin-cam engine as 'good/excellent', and the interior trim and five-speed manual transmission as 'good'. He says 'JUL 995N' is endowed with 'sharp handling and positive steering and notes that the engine exhibits excellent oil pressure and pulls strongly. The Series 2 Spider was launched in 1970 and featured a distinctive 'Kamm' tail. A year later its engine capacity was increased to 1962cc, prompting the model name to be changed to 2000 Spider Veloce.
• Year: 1975
According to the Alfa Romeo Museum Archives this 2000 GT Veloce (105.22) Chassis AR 2413125 was manufactured 21 September 1973 as a right hand drive model finished in Alfa Red, with black Tex Interior and was invoiced by the factory on 28 September 1973 to Alfa Romeo Nicosia Cyprus. (We have all Certificates to hand );This car was bought by Mr D Ghinis and was the only owner until he past away and we bought it from his wife.;This is your chance to buy a Very special and rare car ;The Dry climate of Cyprus has treated this Alfa well, the result of which is an Alfa Romeo that, as unbelievable as it may seem, is entirely original - with NO signs of ANY welding ANYWHERE.(Photos of underneath available on request );Dry stored from 1999;ONE Owner Vehicle from New 70000 Miles;FULL SERVICE HISTORY with Invoices, Service books and Instruction Book;When a car has been stored for as long as this one has it needed to be Recommission .;The vehicle was taken to Autodelta in Park Royal in Dec 2014 and the following work was carried out (invoices Available);Remove Rebuilt and Tune Carbs;Fit new Engine and Gearbox mounts;Fit new Slave cylinder;Fit new Brake master Cylinder;Fit new Clutch Master Cylinder;Fit new Fuel Pump;Clean Fuse Box;Remove clean and refit fuel Tank;Full Service with new Spark plugs and all Fluids changed ;Cost excess GBP 3250.00 ;Four Newley Refurb Alloys
• Mileage: 70000 mi
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