- Supplied new and converted to RHD by Bell & Colvill Ltd - Original book pack and invoices - Factory alloys, Mohair hood and wind deflector In 1967, the original Spider (Duetto) was replaced by the 1750 (1779cc) Spider Veloce. The Series 2 Spider arrived in 1970 - the rounded tail now replaced with a distinctive `Kamm' design and a year later engine capacity was increased to 1962cc, prompting the name to be changed to 2000 Spider Veloce. With 131bhp on tap, this version was capable of over 120mph. The Series 3 broke cover in 1982 with electronic fuel injection replacing the SPICA mechanical variety. 1983 heralded a major styling revamp that included rubber tipped bumpers and a rubber rear spoiler whilst the interior featured a new centre console and revised facia. Dating from the final year of S3 production, this smart example was supplied new and converted to RHD by Bell & Colvill Ltd of West Horsley. Described as having "very good" bodywork, black paintwork, engine and black interior the car features a mohair soft top, wind deflector and factory alloys. Registering some 128,000km it is offered with its original book pack, Swansea V5, Northern Irish MoT to September 2016 and a nu
• Year: 1990
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
• Mileage: 51550 mi
Alfa Romeo Montreal, LHD, 1971, colour “Luci di Bosco”, 2 owners (original owner + current owner). Bought by the current owner and imported from Italy to the UK in 2013. In possession of original registration document (libretto) and original plates. 100% original, never restored, great engine which never gave any issue, serviced regularly by Montreal expert. Registered with ASI Targa Oro and RIAR (Registro Italiano Alfa Romeo). Offered at £45,000. Car located in North London, UK. Email Marino at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
• Year: 1971
- Original RHD car sold new to Japan - Recently imported to the UK - Swansea V5 and current MoT to August 2016 Arguably one of the best-looking Alfa Romeos ever made and a true 1960s icon, the Giulia Sprint GT was launched in 1963. Penned by Bertone, its two-door coupe bodyshell was based on the Milanese manufacturer's highly regarded 105-series platform. Equipped with all round coil-sprung suspension, sharp brakes and well weighted steering, it handled with typical brio and panache. Evolved in line with its saloon sibling, the compact GT's model range was extended in 1968 to include the revised 1750 GTV. Fitted with an enlarged 1779cc 'twin-cam' engine, five-speed gearbox and uprated disc brakes, the new car also gained two extra headlights, a 30mm wheelbase extension and a host of minor improvements. An original RHD example sold new to Japan, as confirmed in an accompanying letter from the Alfa Romeo Owners Club, this GTV is finished in green with a brown interior and was recently imported to the UK. Registering some 22,500 miles on its odometer, it is described as having "clean" paintwork and interior with a "good" engine. Considered the sweetest of the range, this 1750 is accom
• Year: 1969
In the 1950s, Alfa Romeo was enjoying newfound success with the 750/101 Series Giulietta Coupes and Sedans. Prior to World War II, the Milanese firm was lacking in serious direction, building gorgeous and exclusive sporting cars at hefty price tags that kept sales down. Production of the pre-war machines carried on in the years immediately after WWII, but it was clear that bespoke, high-strung and exotic sports cars would not keep the company afloat. So in the early 1950s a drastic change was made and Alfa Romeo shifted its focus to building high quality, mass produced saloon cars and sports cars that were attainable to the ever growing middle class worker. The Giulietta Berlina, Coupe and Spyder were sweet, well-built cars with a sporting spirit in a practical package. Following on the heels of the successful 101 platform was the 105 Series which debuted in 1963. The Berlina wore a cleverly designed body that appeared very boxy and upright, but was in fact quite aerodynamically efficient while the accompanying coupe rode on a shortened Berlina platform and wore beautifully detailed Bertone coachwork. All models were powered by Alfa Romeo’s delectable light-alloy twin-cam four cyli
• Year: 1966
- 1 of 266 right hand drive models made. - Offered with extensive history file containing invoices and previous MOT's. - Original service book and manual. - Replacement 1750cc engine from an early 1970's model.
• Year: 1968
This is a rare and sought-after Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Super "Bollino d'oro" 1969! Just a short period produced, low production numbers. Actually a sort of pre series of "Biscione" version, and has a lot of similarities. Characteristic of the "Bollino d'oro" version is the 1600cc engine with dual carburetors, more luxurious interior, different bumpers, more chrome details etc. etc. This example is in a particularly good overall condition. A few years ago restored and technically overhauled. Equipped with a very nice cognac color interior in original condition, the driver’s seat has some wear. Bodywork very solid, straight and perfect panel fits. Technically sublime therefore in a perfectly working and driving condition. Original wheels, tinted glass and wooden steering wheel. Beautiful Giulia! Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1969
• Mileage: 56420 mi
This 1968 Alfa Romeo 1750 Duetto Spyder "Osso 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 78,990 km and is accident free. German historic road papers.
• Mileage: 78990 mi
Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1977
• Mileage: 6888 mi
This Alfa is in quite stunning condition and although is not the normal 'red' the car is quite magnificent to look at. The car was restored in 2006 over a period of two years by DTR Sportscars and has paperwork and report to support this, sadly no pictures were taken during the restoration although in our opinion this has been done to a very high standard. Now some years down the road everything is standing up very well underlining the quality of the work carried out. On the road this car is a jewel, the motor is more like a Honda V-Tec engine and is quite the sweetest Alfa engine I have heard for many years. The car drives well with good brakes and an excellent gearbox. The mohair hood is in fine fettle and has no rips or tears. The car also has a modern 'face off' redio/cd which may not be to everyone's taste's. We will sell the car with a fresh MOT. Truly outstanding value and a blue chip investment.
• Mileage: 51300 mi
• Engine size: 1.962
JUST IN - Alfa Romeo 164 Cloverleaf V6 Pininfarina Design 5 Speed Manual registered September 1997 finished in Alfa Red with Full Black Leather interior, 3 Owners from New, Full Main Dealership Service History. Fully Valeted; 12 Months MOT; UK Wide Delivery Available; Part Exchange Welcome. See our Youtube channel or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
• Year: 1997
Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV "Bertone" coupe LHD in a very good overall condition. Body is solid, correct panel fittings, nice paint and no rust. Mechanically rebuilt about 8 years ago, therefore in a very good working and driving condition. Nice black leather interior, tinted glass and the original wheels. Recently the gearbox has been rebuilt! Nice example in a ready to go condition! 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: 38995 mi
Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint Coupe in a stunning and very rare original condition!! Only two owners from new, car stayed in the same family, went from father to son. Only 94000 kms from new. 95% first paint, unrestored condition! Body very solid, good panel fittings, underside original and clean. Perfectly maintained over the years, therefore in a great working and driving condition. Beautiful and fully original blue leather interior with lovely patina. Extensive history file including invoices of service and several articles about this particular car in Swedish classic car magazines. Exceptional original condition 2600 Sprint! Great car! Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1963
• Mileage: 58650 mi
Only very few cars deliver a memorable, heart-stirring drive unmatched by any other. Introduced in 1970 from the pen of Giorgetto Giugiaro, the inspiring Alfa Romeo 2000 GT Veloce does just that and so much more. A combination of remarkable mechanicals including a five-speed gearbox, superb chassis with fully independent suspension, disc brakes all round and a limited-slip-diff along with beautiful instrumentation inside with clean and simple lines outside allows the AR 2000 GT Veloce to deliver a unique and thrilling drive. Available here is the last and most collectable evolution of the 105 Series Alfa's. This matching numbers, Australian delivered example presents in the same livery as it left the showroom floor, the incredibly sought after Hawthorn White coachwork over black Tex interior. Benefitting from meticulous maintenance, all tell-tale signs show just how well this car has been cared for. The panel fit and finish is excellent, the original badging shows a perfect patina and the original wheels present beautifully wrapped in Bridgestone tyres. Inside, the cabin is perhaps the Pièce De Résistance showing almost zero signs of age. Completely original this beautifully styled
• Year: 1973
• Mileage: 41885 mi
1963 ALFA ROMEO GIULIA SS Alfa Romeo, Italy's oldest sporting marque, has been building cars since 1910. They produced some of the greatest machinery ever to be seen pre-war, such as the beautiful 1750 Zagato roadsters, the magnificent Monzas and the mighty P3 Grand Prix cars. With the advent of the 1950s Alfa Romeo was forced to rationalise its production in order to survive financially. Unable to resist the occasional indulgence, however, they still built some exceptional competition and 'limited edition' high performance models. One such car was the Sprint Speciale series, appearing first in 1957 with the 1,290cc Giulietta engine and then in 1963 with the more powerful 1,570cc Giulia unit. The streamlined bodywork bore a marked resemblance to some of the marque's earlier competition designs, particularly the famous Disco Volante sports-racer, not to mention the BAT 9 show car. With an all-up weight of under 950kgs, a five-speed gearbox and an output of ll2bhp (in Giulia form) they made excellent road cars and were equally used in competition. Only 1,366 examples of the Sprint Speciale were built before production stopped in 1965. Ours really is an exceptional example of this, now terribly rare, sports car. The accompanying file contains invoices and correspondence detailing tens of thousands of pounds worth of renovation and maintenance. To inspect and drive the car today, is to understand that not a penny was wasted. This is one of the very best that we have encountered.
1975 ALFA ROMEO MONTREAL Stylish, elegant and distinctive, the Montreal derived its name from the site of its debut at the 1967 World's Fair an event which celebrated Canada's centenary. With a capacity of 2,593cc, the sweet-revving V8 featured twin overhead camshafts per bank and produced, via Alfa Romeo/Spica fuel injection and electronic ignition, 200bhp and 173lb.ft at 6,500rpm and 4,750rpm respectively; mated to a five-speed gearbox, this provided strong performance with a 137mph maximum speed and 0-60mph in just 7.6 seconds. Under the svelte Bertone-designed 2+2 coupé coachwork, independent coil spring front suspension, a live coil-sprung rear axle, limited slip differential and ventilated disc brakes; the result was sure-footed roadholding and ample braking in keeping with the Montreal's high performance. Inside the stylish interior the seats had built-in adjustable headrests while an unusual feature was vacuum-operated headlamp stoneguards. In performance, design and engineering, the Montreal was knocking on the door of the supercar fraternity, whilst at the same time holding on to its GT credentials. . The whole interior of the car shows elegance and sophistication, with handsome functional seats, easily reachable controls and, very advanced for the era, an anti-glare dashboard. This fine example was registered in 1975 and the care taken in its maintenance is reflected in its attractive appearance, as well as its exemplary road manners. A substantial history file documents expenditure in recent years. A rare opportunity to own a classic Italian sports coupe, one now very much coming to be considered a true collector's item.
HOME STOCK EMAIL Registered 23/05/2014 1,170 Miles 1 Owner 6 Speed Semi Automatic Gearbox Finished in Carrara White Matt Paint Black Leather and Alcantara Interior Limited Edition Premium Audio Upgrade Anthracite Alloy Wheels Carbon Fibre Wing Mirrors Carbon Fibre Headlamp Surrounds Carbon Fibre Boot Lid Spoiler Exposed Carbon Fibre Sills Sports Steering Wheel with Contrast Stitching Rear Parking Sensors Twin Sports Exhaust Contrast White Stitching Red Brake Callipers 12V Charging Socket £52,950 FURTHER INFORMATION FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS VEHICLE PLEASE EMAIL OR CALL OUR SALES TEAM SALES@SUPERVETTURA.COM T. +44(0)1344 620072 M. +44(0)7541 888310 FACEBOOK /SuperVettura TWITTER @SuperVettura INSTAGRAM /SuperVettura
• Year: 2014
• Mileage: 1170 mi
VAT Qualifying, Rosso Alfa Pastel Paint, Luxury Pack (Mixed Leather & Microfibre Fabric Sports Seats with Red Stitching, Bi-LED Carbon Fibre Headlights), Racing Pack (Racing Suspension, Racing Exhaust, AR Racing Tyres, 18/19" 5-Hole Wheels, Sports Steering Wheel in Leather with Microfibre Insert and Red Stitching), Alfa Hi-Fi System, Carpets Kit with Embroidered Logo, Rear Parking Sensors, Red Brake Calipers, Red Car Cover with Alfa 4C Logo, Rear Spoiler in Body Colour.
• Mileage: 1300 mi
Superb rust free classic Alfa 4 door sports saloon in extraordinary rust free original condition showing just 32000 miles from new . "Faggio" Aubergine with rare leather cream interior Restored by Alex Jupp Alfa Specialists in 2010 and with little use since 1750cc twin cam engine on twin webers 5 speed gearbox Cromodora Alfa Romeo Alloy Wheels with matching Dunlop Sport Tyres Koni Shock Absorbers Original Tool Kit and Drivers Manual Nice history file including a featured article in Classic Cars Magazine and all invoices for £13k restoration work
• Year: 1975
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
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
A chic hot rod Junior Z with suede interior, 2 litre engine and Campagnolos. Left hand drive. This Zagato is supplied UK registered with an age related registration. History of this car Our tipo 105.93 was supplied new in Italy and first registered on 31.07.1970 in Bergamo as a 1.3 Junior Zagato. Our Junior Z is one of only 1100 made and was we believe originally metallic grey. The car was kept by the original owner for many years before being bought by the Rome based gentleman we bought the car from, who commissioned his own unique haute couture take on this non conformist Zagato design. This included painting the car in a bottle green metallic (which is quite close to the 164 I used to have) and retrimming the seats, door cards and headlining in a gorgeous green suede, and debumpering the coupe. The icing on the cake is fitting the Zagato with a rebuilt 2 litre engine with open trumpets, an idea very much in keeping with Alfa Romeo’s production plans in the late 1960s to feature a new model with genuinely sports characteristics. Mileage recorded is 81000 klms (or 50,000 miles) which whilst not guaranteed seems quite believable given the overall condition of this Alfa. We imported
• Year: 1970
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
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
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