Year: 2004 Mileage: 48k Transmission: Manual The car is a beautiful cherished example, with 2 previous keepers and we are confident this is the best example within the UK. The first owned the car until early 2012, the second is the Director of our company who is an Italian enthusiast who bought the car to add to his private Alfa / Lancia collection. The car is in outstanding condition throughout, and has been meticulously maintained with a vast history file of receipts. The file has all the previous service invoices as well as the original sales invoice including the fully stamped service booklet, and receipts over this last year alone for roughly £7500 of work completed by our director. Whenever he sought out the 147 he wanted to buy the best that he could find, then bring it up to a standard where it was going to be as good as new, both cosmetically and mechanically. A unique cherished example, and without question the best in the UK. Equipment Exterior Cosmetically this car is remarkable. The Alfa has been professionally detailed through a rigorous process which has taken approx 3 days, and is as close to a showroom standard as possible. The paintwork is in the highly desirable
• Year: 2004
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20" Alloys, Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel, Carbon Fibre Centre Console, Bluetooth, iPod Connection, Clover Leaf Wing Badges, BOSE Sound System, Red Brake Calipers, 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.
• Year: 2010
• Last update: 3 days old
• Mileage: 2417 mi
French title - Just two owners - Full, high quality restoration - Underrated model - Original colour - No reserve This car has had an unusual history : in August 1982, Paul Gavarini, then the CEO of Exxon Europe in Geneva, was in his office with his son Jean-Hughes. The latter, astonished, pointed out a car parked at the foot of the building. They went down together to take a look at it and met the owner who told them he had bought it new and it was now for sale. The father and son decided to buy the car together, with the son to pay his father his share at a later date... In 1986, the car was stored in a barn belonging to the family in Savoie, when Paul Gavarini and his family moved to California. On 8 November 1991, during a visit to France, he had a valuation carried out on the car, which at that time had covered 44 698 km. In 2013, Jean-Hugues Gavarini retrieved the car, and decided to have it completely restored by a German friend who had a paint workshop. The Montreal was stripped back to bare metal and no expense was spared in the work carried out. A file of photographs and bills will be supplied with the car. Mechanically, it was thoroughly overhauled by Quadrifoglio, which notably included replacing the cylinder head gaskets in 2014. In superb condition today, this Alfa Montreal retains its original leather, now beautifully patinated, and has new carpets. The odometer records 45 650 km, which the family believes to be original, given its lack of use. This is a wonderful example of a car that remains undervalued, considering its rarity, superb V8 twin-cam engine and sporty styling designed by Gandini.
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FFVE certificate 846A Clearance Certificate Engine No. AR 00120-01161 - Timeless design - Rare original condition - Beautiful design, mechanically efficient - No reserve Unveiled in 1954, the Alfa Romeo Giulietta marked a revolution in the history of the Milanese company, specialist in the production of high-end sports cars. The Bertone design was attractive and mechanicals were very modern, ensuring the success of this model. Inspired by the iconic BAT prototypes, Bertone was entrusted to the design of this new exclusive series, the Giulietta Sprint Speciale, launched in 1959. This Giulietta SS, powered by the 1.3-liter unit, left the factory on 18 May 1961, and was sold in Messina, Italy on 27 May of the same year. It features a very elegant color combination, grey exterior and red leather interior that corresponds to its original configuration. Some cracks can be seen in the leather - mainly on the driver's seat - but this is justified by the fact that the car has belonged for a long time to a Swiss collector who wanted to keep it in its original state. The car comes with its original tools. It comes with a FFVE certificate (French Federation of Historic Vehicles) and the French customs clearance certificate 846 A. This car is an attractive opportunity to acquire a rare Giulietta Sprint Speciale preserved in its original condition.
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Italian registration - Desirable "Coda longa" version - In superb condition - Becoming a rare model - No reserve After leaving the factory on 30 June 1967, this Spider Duetto was sold new on 13 September 1967 in Newark, United States. Noticed by an Italian collector because of its remarkable original condition, the car was brought back to Italy, where it received in 2013 a complete restoration in its beautiful original ivory livery. More than a hundred photos show the quality of the frame up restoration, including mechanical repairs. The file contains a statement from a specialist estimating the work carried out at € 20,000. After the restoration, the car received the certificate of the Automotoclub Storico Italiano (ASI) and the registration of the car in the Registro Italiano Alfa Romeo (RIAR). Since then, the car has hardly been used, in good weather only, and comes in a really beautiful condition. This is the most desirable version of "Osso di sepia" ("cuttlefish bone") or "Coda longa" ("long tail") version, as opposed to truncated versions that followed. In addition to being more elegant and of a finer line, the "Coda longa" are rarer since production was limited to just 6325 units of the 1600 Spider. This masterful designed car by Pininfarina was also featured in the famous film "The Graduate" with Dustin Hoffman.
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Alfa Romeo Spider 2.2 JTS Limited Edition 6 Speed Manual finished in White, Full Tan Leather, 19 Inch 10 Spoke Alloys, Black Roof, Xenon Headlamps, Electric Windows, Electric Heated Folding Door Mirrors, Electric Sports Seats with Driver Memory, Heated Seats, Leather Multi Function Steering Wheel, Dual Zone Climate Control, Blue & Me Bluetooth Connectivity, Radio and CD Player, USB, Cruise Control, Rear Parking Acoustic Sensors, Volumetric anti Theft Factory Alarm, Spare Tyre, Full Alfa Romeo History. Finance available on request including lease purchase with balloon subject to status. Part Exchange welcome.
• Year: 2008
• Last update: 5 days old
This very nice Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior was completely prepared for driving Historic (regularity) Rally's. In 2008 , this lovely rust-free Alfa was modified by installing a reconditioned, and tuned 1750 cc engine, connected to a 5 speed gearbox and a LSD. This 1971 GT is also equipped with; * electronic ignition, * full roll cage, * Recaro Sport seats with 4 point harnesses, * Biltstein shocks and stiffer road springs, * GTA-style wheels (14"), * navigators gear, * larger , 64 ltr. , fueltank and 2 fuel pumps, * hydraulic handbrake, * sump guard, * etc, etc. This Alfa has done app. 4000 km in this set-up . So it is in perfect condition and ready for another season of international historic Rallying. year: 1971 colour: Blue Hollandaise weigt: 970 kg. We speak Dutch, English , German and French. Our cars can be delivered with Dutch, German or Belgium registration. We can assist with the French registration. Transport to your door is possible. We have our own workshop facility with 25 years experience with classic cars.
• Year: 1971
• Last update: 7 days old
• Engine size: 1.7
1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Ti s/n AR*457827* White with Red Interior Descended from the Turismo Internazionale class of Italian saloon car racing, the Giulia Ti and its homologated racing variant the Super Ti, are among the earliest sport sedans and are the ancestors of today’s widely available “hot hatches”. The technical specification of the Giulia Ti was impressive, with disc brakes, the larger 1600cc (rather than 1300cc) dual overhead cam powerplant, 5-speed transmission, and a wonderful chassis that allowed the family man tremendous entertainment while still appearing to be a responsible patriarch, an unusually rare combination in the period. As a result of their entertaining driving experience and impressive mechanical specification, the cars are sought after today by enthusiasts who now regard an entertaining performance sedan as commonplace, but may not appreciate how special it was to find such a car in the 1960s. This particular car has been recently and comprehensively restored at a cost exceeding $50,000. The body was restored and the paintwork renewed approximately 4 years ago, and a new interior fitted. The mechanical aspects were redone and upgraded as well, includi
• Year: 1965
• Last update: 8 days old
• Mileage: 656 mi
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 first sold in the Netherlands in 1991 to Mr. Chris Dijkhuis, its only ever owner. The owner and his brother operated successfully in the real estate business, building their fortune and owning some of biggest buildings in Amsterdam at that time like Rembrandt Tower, the tallest building in Amsterdam. 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 a
• Year: 1991
• Last update: 9 days old
In 1954, Alfa Romeo launched the 2nd series (aka Tipo 1308) of the elegant CSS with body from Touring. It was again build following the patented Superleggera construction, but the changes were recognisable at first glance. The air intakes with integrated foglights and indicators now had aluminium surrounds, similar to the previously presented Pinin Farina coupé. The rear side windows and rear window were bigger, to increase allround visibility and to create a more stylish look with the very slim body pillars. The technical changes were similarly succesful, with an enlarged engine capacity of 1975 ccm.achieved with an increased bore. Compression ratio was increased to 8:1, and two Solex twin-choke carburettors were fitted. The result was a very healthy 115 bhp. The gearbox, although still with column shift, now had a fifth gear, and allowed a top speed of 188 km/h. The example we have now in our inventory is a 1954 car. It was restored in 2004 in Italy, and retained its original colour of Avorio (which sounds so much better then "Ivory", but it means the same...). The interior is finished in sage green leather, and looks just stunning with the right amount of patina. The column gear
• Year: 1900
• Last update: 8 days old
• Mileage: 5294 mi
To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at Auction Americas Fort Lauderdale event, March 27-29, 2015. Estimate:$ 75,000 - $ 85,000 Alfa Romeo of Milan, Italy was founded in 1910 and has been a part of the powerful Fiat Group since 1986. The company was originally known as A.L.F.A., which is an acronym for Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili. Alfa Romeo has a long tradition of producing high performance automobiles of superb quality. Known for many 1920s and 30s Grand Prix victories with the famous P2 and P3 models with some of the greatest drivers of the era; at one time there was perhaps no other make that had as many worldwide competition successes as the Alfa Romeo brand. The Giulietta is widely recognized as the car that propelled Alfa Romeo from being a relatively small production company to being an economically viable and successful auto firm. Prior to the Giulietta, Alfa Romeo had produced some quite significant and expensive machines in limited numbers. With the Giulietta, Alfa Romeo began to produce a significant number of these charming and capable cars. While the U.S. market was wide open, limited amounts of this model made it to these shores undoubtedly, far fewer remain. Its success was due in part to its unique placement in the market. Originally, it was neither an expensively priced car, nor was it considered a small utility-type car. Instead it was recognized as a sports car that many could afford; it permitted a more glamorous and useful approach to motoring and that struck a chord with interested buyers on both sides of the Atlantic. Coupling beautiful Pininfarina styling with Alfa Romeos sophisticated twin cam engine resulted in a wonderfully lively driving experience perfectly fitting the classic Italian driving philosophy for sports cars. This beautiful Giulietta has been fully restored and displays excellent paint and is in perfect show condition. The restoration has been performed on a rust-free body by well-known restoration technicians at Florida Classic Cars, Inc. All trim components have been re-chromed or replaced with new, as well as fitting new rubber trim and body seals. A brand new interior upholstery kit has been installed as well as the fitting of a new convertible top. The steering wheel is excellent, including the chrome horn-ring which has been freshly chromed. The dashboard pad and associated controls are also reported as excellent plus the Alfa Romeo retains its original radio blanking plate. The original owners manual accompanies the car, and the rubber floor mats are correct and in exceptional condition. The undercarriage has been stripped and painted fresh as new. The engine compartment is clean and original with original red paint in evidence within the bay. The Alfa is presented showing correct details such as the decal on the brake fluid reservoir and a new hood pad. The engine is also clean with the correct air cleaner housing in place. The trunk is clean with nice paint and the correct rubber floor mat. Records indicate first-rate maintenance with the car, making this example ready for driving, show-going or unpretentious fun and enjoyment. The extensive maintenance history is available upon request to your Auctions America Specialist.
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To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at Auction Americas Fort Lauderdale event, March 27-29, 2015. Estimate:$ 35,000 - $ 45,000 Lightweight in configuration; this beautifully presented Alfa Romeo is race prepared and ready for hill climbing. The inline four-cylinder engine has been built up to a 2.0-liter with double overhead cams for power plus high-end torque. The engine is connected to a five-speed manual transmission and both units have been installed with new engine and transmission mounts. The hood, trunklid and fender flares are all fabricated from lightened fiberglass. A complete performance suspension upgrade has been installed, and the car has been lowered resulting in superb handling characteristics. It is stable in braking situations courtesy of being upgraded with four-wheel disc brakes. The interior has been outfitted with full-race seats, race-spec seatbelts and a custom-built full internal safety rollbar. The engine compartment is clean and original with a correctly detailed presentation. The engine is also clean with the correct air cleaner housing. The trunk area also is well-presented with nice paint and the correct rubber floor mat. This represents an excellent example of a definitive Alfa Romeo design that is street legal and can be can be driven, shown, competed in and enjoyed. It has been maintained by the reputable Florida Classic Cars, Inc. It has recently been serviced and is ready to be relished as youre able to participate in a wide variety of events that are welcoming of the vintage Alfa Romeo brand. Time is seeing this marque and vintage of car to be an ever-increasing investment in the realm of respected Italian machinery.
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To be OFFERED AT AUCTION at Auction Americas Fort Lauderdale event, March 27-29, 2015. Estimate:$ 90,000 - $120,000 Almost any car has its share of interesting features, and some, naturally, are more exciting than others. Occasionally a car is introduced that is widely considered to be extra special. This was the response to the Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale. According to period relevant Road & Track magazines, the Giulietta Sprint Speciale was launched in 1958 at the Turin Auto Show. It represented a stunning design that was clearly derived from the futuristic Berlina Aerodinamica Tecnica, or B.A.T., show cars that had been created by Carrozzeria Bertone in the mid-1950s. The amazingly aerodynamic design boasts a drag coefficient of only .29, which is particularly low, even by todays standards. Those aerodynamic studies led to what seemed a perfect solution to a competition version of the Bertone-bodied Giulietta Sprint Veloce. However, the Sprint Speciale proved to be a bit heavy for the task, and instead, it became a stylish road car, adding a sizable amount of grand touring flash to the entry-level Alfa Romeo line. As with all Giulietta Sprint Speciales, this car is equipped with the effective 1.3-liter, Veloce-specification twin-cam, four-cylinder engine, which has twin two-barrel Weber carburetors that put out 116 horsepower. A five-speed manual gearbox is connected to this powerplant. Even with a fully equipped interior, the Sprint Speciale has been constructed with lightweight construction and competition in mind, and it was considerably rapid. Reportedly, only 1,366 were produced by the time the model concluded in 1962. This particular car has been subjected to an excellent restoration, making the car ideal of both showing and touring. This Sprint Speciale is reported to have been delivered new in Italy and was subsequently imported into the United States. A complete and thorough restoration was initially undertaken in 1987 and completed in 2012. The last five years has seen the majority of the work carried out, and since the completion, it has been driven sparingly. Among the extensive work that has been completed is a rebuild of the original engine by Radcliffe Motorcar Company northwest of Baltimore. Other tasks that have been completed includes cleaning and rebuilding the carburetors, all exterior chrome being refreshed, plus the door panels and dashboard vinyl were re-installed in a great effort to preserve originality. The braking system has been refurbished and a new N.O.S. 101 head has been fitted. Additional features include the installation of new dome lights, period-correct floor mats, new emblems and data plates, as well as new grille blades and a new battery. Accompanying the Sprint Speciale are extensive receipts and service records which document much of the restoration work. The Sprint Speciale is one of the most attractive Alfa Romeos of its era. It is a car that is at home on any vintage rally, and it always stands out, even among the most elite of sports-racing cars. As a road car, the Sprint Speciale is ideal: fast, comfortable, safe and economical. Youll have the knowledge that you own a rare automobile from a highly regarded and respected Italian firm. Presented here is an example ready to be driven with enjoyment on any twisting mountain route, open desert road, or lazy country drive. This Giulietta Sprint Speciale adds to that a level of restoration that ensures it will turn heads wherever it may appear.
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1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint s/n AR1493*20366* Verde Muscio with Tan Interior The Giulietta is the car 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 theGiulietta, 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, the Giulietta was affordable enough so that many could buy it, yet permitted a more glamorous and useful approach to motoring that really struck a chord with buyers on both sides of the Atlantic. This particular car is a tastefully upgraded example that looks relatively stock but is equipped with a 1750 cc engine and 5-speed transmission, as well as suspension upgrades. The car was built by Stuart Moss in Portland, Oregon in the late 1990s on a solid Giulietta Sprint base. Duetto seats were fitted along with instruments from a late 101 series Sprint, which were restored by Palo Alto Speed
• Year: 1960
• Last update: 8 days old
• Mileage: 7918 mi
1958 Alfa Romeo 1900 Super Sedan s/n AR1900*19202*, Engine no. AR1306*19685* Light Green Metallic with Grey/Green Interior The 1900 was Alfa Romeo’s first all new postwar model and featured a number of innovative features including unit chassis, and dual overhead cam inline-4 with hemispherical combustion chambers and an aluminum alloy cylinder head. The majority of 1900’s produced were sedan models as offered here, while a minority of the total production numbers were coachbuilt cars by Touring, Ghia, and Zagato. This particular car is a charmingly undisturbed, exceptional tight example showing just 52,936 original kilometers. It was sold new to South Africa, and remained with its first owner until 2008, importing in to the United States (Arizona) when he immigrated. During 2010, in the hands of the current owner, the car successfully completed the California Mille Miglia. Best described as a largely unrestored, ‘exceptionally nice driver’ example, this car will be particularly appealing to the Italian car enthusiast whom values the coherent feel of a low mileage, unrestored car. Unbelievably cool, and eligible for numerous premier events, this 1900 makes a wonderful diversificati
• Year: 1958
• Last update: 14 days old
• Mileage: 52936 mi
Make: Alfa Romeo, Model: GTV 3.2 V6, Year: 2004, Mileage: 18900, Description: Stunning Alfa Romeo GTV 3.2 V6 Coupe finished in Alfa Red with full Black Momo leather sports seats, 6 speed manual gearbox, full Alfa Romeo Service history. This is a rare car, believed to be one of only 30 left in the UK, with very low mileage and just one private owner. We have had bonnet and bumpers painted due to discolouration. The work was carried out by Stingrays Bodyshop. Badges have been replaced. This car is truly immaculate for its age, drives extremely well and feels tight. Just serviced by Meridien Milano in Portsmouth. No offers please. Finance available on request, subject to status. Try our free Driveaway insurance from Swinton. Price: £8,995.00
• Year: 2004
• Last update: 15 days old
To be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RMs Paris event, February 4, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/Paris. Estimate:$ 90,000 - $120,000 116 bhp, 1,290 cc DOHC inline four-cylinder engine with twin Weber side-draft carburettors, five-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension, live rear axle with coil springs, and front disc and rear drum brakes. Wheelbase: 2,248 mm.Matching-numbers exampleOnly three owners from newLow original mileageThe stunning Sprint Speciale Coup directly descended from Carrozzeria Bertones brilliant Bertone Aerodynamica Technica (BAT) design studies of the mid-1950s. With its extremely low drag coefficient of 0.29, it was aimed at competition, and a limited number were produced to meet FIA homologation rules. The Speciale utilised lightweight construction that had been built on the chassis of the popular Giulietta Spider, and it came with a domed roofline and gracefully peaked fenders. The Giuliettas sturdy 1,300-cubic centimeter, all-alloy, four-cylinder engine was fitted with a pair of Weber side-draught carburetors, and it could produce a healthy 116 horsepower. This was enough power to push the slippery two-seater coup to almost 125 mph, which was considerably more than its conventionally bodied Giulietta Sprint Coup and Spider siblings could achieve. The unique plastic air deflector mounted ahead of the windscreen, which was more commonly seen on competition Ferraris of the era, added to the cars racy flavour. It is estimated that no more than 1,366 Sprint Speciales were produced between 1957 and 1962, in both Giulietta and larger-engined Giulia form.Offered here is a nice, low-mileage example of this low-production sports coup. This Alfa Romeo was delivered new to Tenerife, in Spains Canary Islands. The consignor is the third owner from new; he purchased it from a well-known local doctor. In 1994, the Alfa was repainted in its original colour and a set of new body seals was installed. The owner also notes that the car was mechanically overhauled at that time. A new stainless steel exhaust system was installed in 2001, and the owner replaced the stock front drum brakes with Alfa disc brakes in 2013, which greatly increased the cars drivability. The original drums and related parts are included with the car, if the new owner wishes to return the brakes to stock form. This cars glass and chrome trim are described as being in good condition, and the interior, which is black with a white headliner, is said to be in very good shape, showing some wear to the drivers seat and the kind of light patina that one would expect for a car of this age. All of the electrics and lighting are in good working order as well. The odometer displays a bit over 13,000 kilometres, which the owner confirms as original and correct; he has spent his entire life on the Canary Islands. This car starts on the button and is said to run well. This smart little Alfa Romeo is also supplied with an Alfa Giulia owners manual, Spanish Inspection Technical Vehicular (ITV) documents, which date back to 1983, and a notebook with the owners comments, which date back to 1991. Most recently, it passed the ITV on 21 October 2014. Here is an opportunity to own one of Alfa Romeos most attractive small sports cars, one that is more than suitable for comfortable touring and weekend enjoyment.Moteur quatre-cylindres en ligne, 1 290 cm3, 116 ch, deux ACT, double carburateurs Weber, bote manuelle cinq rapports, suspension avant indpendante, pont arrire rigide avec ressorts hlicodaux, freins disques l'avant et tambours l'arrire. Empattement: 2 248 mm Numros concordants (matching numbers) Troisime main Faible kilomtrage d'origineDirectement issu des gniales tudes de style BAT (Bertone Aerodynamica Technica) ralises par Bertone dans les annes 1950, l'tonnant coup Sprint Speciale, avec son trs bas Cx de 0,29, tait destin la comptition et une petite srie est sortie d'usine pour rpondre au rglement sportif de la FIA. Base sur la plateforme du Spider Giulietta, la Speciale adoptait une construction plus lgre, avec un pavillon en forme de dme et des ailes lgamment effiles. Le quatre-cylindres 1300 en aluminium de la Giulietta tait quip de deux carburateurs Weber et dveloppait la respectable puissance de 116 ch. Elle permettait ce coup bien profil de frler 200 km/h, nettement plus que la vitesse atteinte par ses surs le coup Sprint et le Spider. Le dflecteur en plastique pos devant le pare-briseplus habituel sur une Ferrari de comptition de la mme poqueajoutait l'allure sportive de la voiture. La production est estime 1 366 exemplaires de Sprint Speciale de 1957 1962, sous la forme Giulietta ou Giulia, cette dernire disposant d'un moteur plus gros.Nous proposons ici un bel exemplaire faible kilomtrage de ce rare coup sportif. Cette Alfa Romeo a t livre neuve Tenerife, dans les les Canaries, et l'actuel propritaire est le troisime depuis l'origine ; il a achet la voiture un mdecin local connu. En 1994, cette Sprint Speciale a t repeinte dans sa teinte d'origine et a reu un ensemble de joints neufs. Le propritaire indique galement que la voiture a bnfici la mme poque d'une rvision mcanique. Un nouveau systme d'chappement en acier inoxydable a t pos en 2001, et le propritaire a remplac en 2013 les tambours de freins avant par des disques Alfa Romeo, ce qui a nettement amlior l'utilisation de la voiture. Les tambours d'origine et autres pices lies seront livrs avec la voiture, pour permettre de revenir ventuellement la configuration d'origine.Les vitrages et chromes de cette Sprint Speciale sont dcrits comme tant en bon tat. La sellerie (noire avec ciel de toit blanc) est annonce comme en trs bon tat, montrant un peu d'usure sur le sige conducteur et une lgre patine conforme celle d'une voiture de cet ge. Tout le systme lectrique et l'clairage fonctionnent convenablement. Le compteur affiche un peu plus de 13 000 km, chiffre que le propritaire annonce comme tant d'origine et correct ; cette voiture a pass toute sa vie dans les les Canaries. Elle dmarre au quart de tour et fonctionne correctement.Cette lgante Alfa Romeo est livre aussi avec un manuel d'utilisation d'Alfa Giulia, les documents de l'Inspection Technical Vehicular (ITV, contrle technique) espagnol remontant 1983 et un carnet de notes portant les commentaires du propritaire, depuis 1991. Plus rcemment, le 21 octobre 2014, cette voiture a pass l'ITV. Elle constitue une opportunit de possder une des plus attractives des petites Alfa Romeo sportives, et se montre parfaitement adapte aux voyages confortables et aux escapades du week-end.
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To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RMs Paris event, February 4, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/Paris. Estimate:$ 15,000 - $ 20,000 89 bhp, 1,290 cc DOHC four-cylinder engine with two twin-choke carburettors, five-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with an anti-roll bar, live rear axle suspension with telescopic dampers and coil springs, and four-wheel disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,510 mm.Recreation of the Italian Carabinieri Giulia SuperFull working accessories, including sirens and lightsThe Alfa Romeo Giulia was one of the most successful and influential sports saloons, as it combined straightforward styling with careful attention to detail. Between 1962 and 1978, Alfa Romeo produced two series of the range, including the incredibly popular Giulia Super models, which further married racing technology with road comfort. Underneath its boxy exterior, the Giulia Super hides a twin-camshaft engine, a five-speed manual transmission, and updated suspension. The Super is rather svelte as well, registering in at just 1,000 kilograms, and it has one of the lowest drag coefficients for cars of this period. This particular model is equipped with the Alfa Romeo 1300 twin-cam engine, which had been perfected in the Giulietta, and it is topped with dual Weber carburettors.Unsurprisingly, due to the cars quick engine and easy handling, the Italian police used a similar model of the Super for their patrols. The Carabinieri Gazzella were much flashier than the brown-green livery of the Polizia, as they were finished in a striking dark blue with bright white roofs and red stripes. The bold, modern look of the Giulia Super created and enforced the respect and no-nonsense attitude of the men who drove them. This particular 1971 Giulia 1300 Super has been restored in Italian Carabinieri livery, complete with working lights and sirens. It is painted in the classic dark blue with a white roof, and its interior, which is capable of accommodating up to five people, is trimmed in dark leather. The attention to detail is exquisite and includes proper heraldic symbols of the Carabinieri and a license plate that marks the cars use by the Esercito Italiano. This Alfa Romeo Giulia Super would be a great addition to any eccentric collection, or it would be the perfect car for anyone looking for a fun and sporty classic. It is sure to catch the most discerning eye.Moteur quatre-cylindres en ligne, 1 290 cm3, 89 ch, deux ACT, deux carburateurs double-corps, bote manuelle cinq rapports, suspension avant indpendante avec barre antiroulis, pont arrire rigide avec ressorts hlicodaux et amortisseurs tlescopiques, freins disques sur les quatre roues. Empattement: 2 510 mm Re-cration d'une Giulia Super des Carabinieri italiens quipement fonctionnel, dont la sirne et le gyrophareL'Alfa Romeo Giulia, berline sportive emblmatique dont la carrire a t couronne de succs, combinait un style sans fioritures et une finition soigne. Entre 1962 et 1978, Alfa Romeo a produit deux sries, dont l'incroyablement populaire Giulia Super qui associait une technologie sportive au confort d'une voiture de tourisme.Sous sa forme anguleuse, la Giulia Super dissimule un moteur double arbre, une bote cinq rapports et une suspension amliore. De plus, la Super est plutt lgre, avec un poids ne dpassant pas 1 000 kg, et elle affiche un des Cx les plus bas de son poque, dans sa catgorie. Ce modle particulier est quip du moteur Alfa Romeo 1300 double arbre, issu de la Giulietta et aliment par deux carburateurs Weber.En toute logique, la police italienne utilisait la Giulia Super pour leurs vhicules de patrouille, profitant de son moteur performant et de son comportement sain. Plus voyantes que les voitures vert de gris de la Polizia, les Gazella des Carabinieri affichaient un superbe bleu fonc, avec bandes rouges et toit blanc. L'allure moderne et affirme de la Giulia Super entranait respect et attitude responsable de la part de ceux qui la pilotaient.La prsente Giulia Super 1300 de 1971 a t restaure dans la livre des Carabinieri italiens, avec un gyrophare et une sirnes fonctionnels. Elle affiche la teinte bleu fonc classique toit blanc, et son habitacle suffisamment spacieux pour cinq personnes prsente une sellerie en cuir noir. Une grande attention a t porte aux dtails, dont les blasons corrects des Carabinieri et une plaque indiquant son utilisation par l'Esercito Italiano.Parfaite pour enrichir toute collection un peu excentrique, ou pour quiconque recherche une classique amusante et sportive, cette Alfa Romeo Giulia Super attirera coup sr tous les regards.
• Last update: 10 days old
To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RMs Arizona event, January 15-16, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/. Estimate:$125,000 - $175,000 90 bhp, 1,290 cc DOHC inline four-cylinder engine with two Weber carburetors, four-speed manual transmission, coil-spring independent front suspension, live rear axle with coil springs, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 93.7 in.An iconic Giulietta Spider that is beloved by filmgoersU.S. model imported through Max Hoffman in New YorkFresh from a comprehensive restorationLike most automakers all over the world, Alfa Romeo emerged after World War II with cars of pre-war design. However, unlike most of the others, Alfas cars were more than just up to date, as the company had pioneered such features as double-overhead camshafts and independent suspension in the 1920s.A.L.F.A., as the company was then known, was a racing breed from its inception, entering two cars in the 1911 Targo Florio, which was just one year after the company was founded. Since inception, Anonimo Lombardo Fabrica Automobili (Lombardy Automobile Factory) set out to make an all-Italian motor car. By 1920, sporting models were being produced, and that year, the company had its first racing victory when Giuseppi Compari won at the Mugello circuit. A young man named Enzo Ferrari joined the company the same year. He would drive for Alfa and manage the Scuderia in later years as a privateer. For all its innovation, Alfa Romeo still remained a niche marque, with its annual production lingering in the hundreds.Alfa Romeos first new post-war design was the 1900, which was introduced in 1950. It had two major advances over the pre-war carry-over models, unitary construction and a compact twin overhead-cam, four-cylinder engine. Sedan models sold well, with production reaching nearly 4,000. A coupe with a body by Carrozzeria Touring, of Milan, was sold as the Sprint, and Pinin Farina of Turin countered with a soft-top spider.The second new post-war design was the Giulietta, which was introduced in 1954. Whereas the 1900 appeared first as a sedan, the Giulietta bowed as a Sprint Coupe that had been designed by Franco Scaglione at Bertone. The sedan (known as the Berlina) came several months later, in the spring of 1955. Mid-year saw the introduction of the convertible spider, which had been designed and built by Pinin Farina.The engine was a 1,290-cubic centimeter, dual overhead-cam four that had a light alloy block and cylinder head. The Sprint and Spider models made 80 brake horsepower, while the Veloce engine, with twin Weber DCOE carburetors, was rated at 90 brake horsepower. Veloces have larger main-bearing caps, higher-lift camshafts, forged connecting rods, and a two-piece aluminum sump. The chassis are also different from the normal Giulietta in several subtle ways. Although total Giulietta sales topped 175,000, Spider Veloce production was just 2,796.This Giulietta Spider Veloce, fresh from a complete restoration by Custom Classics, of Lancaster, California, is painted in the original black and upholstered in red leather with black piping. Its carpets are dark red, and the convertible top is black canvas. In true Alfa fashion, the cockpit, although superbly crafted, is quite spartan. With no radio and no passenger amenities, the driver and passenger are expected to become one with the car, not merely ride in it.According to the owner, this U.S. model with American instrumentation was completed on June 12, 1959, and delivered to Max Hoffman, the legendary importer, distributor, and dealer in New York, in July. It is fine in every respect and has completed only test mileage since the restoration. The car has been completely rebuilt mechanically, and it runs and drives as an Alfa should. On a spirited drive, one would be justified in feeling like a film star.
• Last update: 18 days old
To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RMs Arizona event, January 15-16, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/. Estimate:$125,000 - $175,000 112 bhp, 1,570 cc DOHC inline four-cylinder engine with two Weber carburetors, five-speed manual transmission, coil-spring independent front suspension, live rear axle with coil springs, and front disc and rear drum hydraulic brakes. Wheelbase: 88.6 in.Iconic B.A.T. show car-inspired stylingFeatures desirable five-speed gearbox and front disc brakesFresh from a comprehensive restorationAlthough Alfa Romeo had returned to automobile manufacture fairly soon after World War II, it was not until 1950 that a new design was made available. This was the 1900, a unibody sedan with a twin overhead-camshaft, 1,884-cubic centimeter, four-cylinder engine. It was the first Alfa built on a real production line, as all previous cars had been largely hand-built, and it was also the first with left-hand drive. Until 1950, Alfa production had hovered around 400 units annually. With the 1900, this increased almost tenfold. A 1900C Sprint Coupe was introduced with a body by Carrozzeria Touring, as well as a Spider Cabriolet by Pinin Farina, and both were built in much smaller quantities.In 1954, Alfas second new post-war design, the Giulietta, was introduced. It came as a unibody 2+2 coupe by Bertone, called the Sprint, and it was powered by a light-alloy DOHC four of 1,290 cubic centimeters, which was capable of 102 mph in basic form. The more powerful Sprint Veloce, which was introduced in 1956, could do 110. Its basic design was the work of Orazio Satta Puliga, who had joined Alfa in 1938 and succeeded Wilfredo Ricart as the head of design in 1946.In the spring of 1955, a sedan version (the Berlina) became available, as did a spider convertible by Pininfarina. Joining the standard models in 1957 were two limited-production models, the Sprint Speciale, a long-tail coupe by Bertone, and the Sprint Zagato, a short-tail version by that Milanese coachbuilder. Alfa Romeo did not mount an all-out factory competition program, but private entries were a credit to the marque, with a pair of Giulietta Sprints making a good showing in the 1956 Mille Miglia.Although the Berlina was the most popular, particularly in Italy, where nearly 193,000 were built in 11 years, the Sprint and the Spider became the archetypal Alfas, beloved by Alfisti and moviegoers alike, with the latter thanks to screen appearances with the likes of Dustin Hoffman. Sprint production reached more than 27,000 by the time the model was phased out in 1965, and the Giulietta was succeeded by this model, the 1,570-cubic centimeter, five-speed Giulia, in 1962. Just 1,400 Giulia Sprint Speciales were built.This handsome grey Giulia Sprint Speciale Coupe is as clean and correct as one could want, as it is fresh from a complete restoration by award-winning Custom Classics in Lancaster, California. According to Alfa Romeo records, it was completed on May 15, 1964, and sold to its first owner in Frosinone, Italy, on August 31, 1965.It has metric instrumentation and a Blaupunkt AM/FM/short wave radio, as well as the Giulias five-speed transmission and front disc brakes. The interior is done in beige leather, with tan carpets, and the paint is in a grey that is similar to the original specification but in a metallic shade.This handsome little car, complete with a jack and wheel wrench in the factory pouch, is ready to rally, tour, or set off on a spirited Alpine journey.
• Last update: 18 days old
To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RMs Arizona event, January 15-16, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/. Estimate:$110,000 - $140,000 145 hp, 2,584 cc DOHC six-cylinder engine, five-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with unequal A-arms, coil springs, and an anti-roll bar, live rear axle with coil springs and lower trailing arms, and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 98.4 in.The biggest, fastest member of the Giulietta familyOne of only 2,255 built from 1962 to 1965Expensive when new and seldom seen in the U.S.Excellent rust-free original car; recently restoredThe Alfa Romeo 2600 could trace its origins back to the earlier 2000, which was itself a 1958 update of the venerable 1900. However, the 2600 had something that the earlier models lacked, specifically a double overhead-camshaft, six-cylinder engine, which gave it smoothness, flexibility, and a top speed of 125 mph. This engine fit neatly into the same engine compartment as the four-cylinder 2000 and had been developed from the Giulietta engine, suggesting that its designers had a six-cylinder in mind for the model from the start. Its styling was also Giulietta-derived, as it had the addition of single-piece bumpers, built-in driving lights, and a single air intake atop the elongated hood.The 2600 was fitted with a smooth five-speed gearbox and also featured four-wheel disc brakes, which was a first for street Alfa Romeos. It was available as a sharp-edged berlina sedan, which was styled in-house; a Bertone-penned coupe, which was one of Giugiaros first designs; and the handsome spider by Touring. In comparison to the smaller Giulietta and then Giulia, the 2600 was a high-speed cruiser, or grand routiere, which was suitable for a quick run down to the south of France for a weekend.In addition to excellent brakes, the 2600 Spiders also had occasional seats in the rear, a well-fitted top, and superior interior details, those that befitted a model which cost almost double the price of a Giulia Spider, at a list price of $5,295 at introduction.The 2600 Spider offered today is described as an excellent example with a rust-free and very straight body. It was cosmetically restored by a previous owner approximately five years ago, which included such work as a full repaint and the installation of a complete new interior and new chrome. The Alfa had seen little use since that time, and a recent exhaustive detailing has brought it up to a high 90-point level. More recently, a new set of correct tires and a new exhaust system were installed, and the car was also fully serviced.Recently, this attractive Spider was pictured in a Flare magazine photo shoot with actress Eva Mendes, and it was also prominently featured in the music video for Jesse McCartneys hit song Superbad.The engine compartment is dominated by the gleaming alloy DOHC engine, and it will undoubtedly leave dedicated Alfisti wishing for two more cylinders, especially after they hear the musical exhaust note.
• Last update: 18 days old
New & Unused 2012 model Year Alfa Romeo 159 Sport Plus 2.2JTS Petrol LHD with delivery mileage only, featuring: 2.2 litre 4 cylinder JTS Twin Phaser Petrol engine 6 Speed Selespeed Automatic Transmission with paddle shift, Sports suspension 17in alloy wheels and full leather interior. Safety: Airbags - driver & passenger (dual) Optional Knee airbags driver & passenger Front seatbelt pre-tensioners ABS (antilock brakes) Speed sensitive power steering EBD (electronic brake force distribution) Traction control Headlamp washers Fog lamps Security: Engine immobiliser Central locking Anti-Theft Alarm System Comfort: Adjustable steering col. - tilt & reach Centre console - cool box Power door mirrors - folding Armrest - front centre (shared) Electric windows all round Front Heated electrically adjustable memory seats Rear seat opening for skis/boot access Cruise control Front & Rear Climate Control Multi-function steering wheel Trip computer Styling: Chrome grille surround Ambient lighting Chrome scuff plates (on door sills) Starter button Sports seats (embossed) Leather trim (incl. seats & inserts) Alloy sport pedals Metallic finish instrument surrounds Stainless steel dual system exhaus
• Year: 2015
• Last update: 18 days old
• Mileage: 8250 mi
This 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider is an excellent original California car that runs and drives very well. Red with black interior. The car will comes with a new top and is very clean and solid overall for only $67,500
• Year: 1964
• Last update: 20 days old
This is a beautiful and original Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTC LHD Chassis number * 755149. Of the GTC version there are only 1000 pieces made and how much would still be there...? This example is in very good and original condition. Body is solid with good panel fittings. Underside very well and also on the critical places. Technically overhauled in the past, very well working and driving condition. Nicely finished interior and soft top. Rare car, a true collector’s item!Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1966
• Last update: 20 days old
• Mileage: 6820 mi
TRADED IN. Good driving Alfa Romeo 2600 Touring Spider. It concerns an older restoration, wits some spots and marks visible in the paint. The chassis is rock solid, the chrome details very nice, and the Interior in a clean condition.So a car with slight cosmetic attention. Interesting car for part/easy restoration. Car has not driven the last years. A delicious 4-seater convertible for a very attractive price! over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1962
• Last update: 24 days old
• Mileage: 34720 mi
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