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  • Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV

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    - RHD example restored in Australia - Alfaholics suspension, brakes and wheels - Engine reconditioned c.1200 miles ago The pretty 105/115 Series two-door Coupes made in various specifications by Alfa Romeo from 1963 to 1977 were penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro as one of his first projects for Bertone. They succeeded the much vaunted Giulietta Sprint Coupe and were built on a shortened version of the Giulia Berlina floorpan. Power came from Alfa's ubiquitous four-cylinder all-alloy twin-cam engine which, over the years, was available in a range of capacities from 1290cc to 1962cc. The engine was mated to a slick five-speed gearbox. Suspension was by wishbones and coil springs at the front and coil-sprung live axle at the rear. Braking was by discs all round and steering by recirculating ball. The 1750 GTV of 1967 was a notable evolution. Most obvious was the increase in engine capacity to 1779cc which raised the power to 120bhp and torque to 137lbft. The chassis was uprated to cope and sported revised suspension geometry, the addition of a rear anti-roll bar and more powerful disc brakes. The new car also gained two extra headlights, a 30mm wheelbase extension and a host of minor impro

    • Year: 1968
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  • 1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV

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    The successor to the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT coupé was the 1750 GT Velocé. It was fitted with a larger engine of 1779cc capacity rather than 1590cc of the earlier model. For marketing purposes, the new GTVs were described as 1750s, a term that harked back to the success of the 1750s of the 1930s. Amongst many detail changes, the front panel now became flush with the bonnet and wings, eliminating the previous step front appearance of the Sprint GT. Other stylistic differences included twin headlights set into a matt black grille, and in what became known retrospectively as the Mk. I 1750, the front sidelight/indicators were incorporated into the outer reaches of the bumper; later Mk. II 1750s had their sidelight/indicator assemblies mounted on the front panel beneath the headlights. We are delighted to offer this Mk. I, righthand drive 1750 GTV. Originally sold in Cyprus in 1969, this GTV arrived on UK shores two years later in 1971. Between 2002 and 2003, a restoration was undertaken and completed to a high standard as evident by the condition displayed today. The current owner purchased the Alfa Romeo in 2005 and, whilst in his ownership, has been kept in a de-humidified garag

    • Year: 2017
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