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  • Alfa Romeo Giulietta

    £30,080 £30,080

    Variant: 1.7 TBi Veloce ALFA TCT 5dr

    • Mileage: 10 mi
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    Thames Motor Group-Slough
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  • 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spider

    $102,500(£83,773.25) $102,500(£83,773.25)

    Chequered Flag International Inc is pleased to offer this 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce in Red with Black interior and top. Below is essentially what the previous seller wrote about this car:- The example offered here is a technically a 750 Series Alfa Rome Giulietta Spider Veloce. According to the Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo, this example, chassis # AR1495*10115* and engine # AR00106*00278* was produced on the 30th of May, 1960, and was sold via Hoffman Motor Car on the 27th June, 1960. It has been verified as a true Veloce, and was manufactured as it is offered today - in Red with Black interior. This particular example is interesting in that it has a mix of 750 and 101 Series features, and is what is referred to as an interim car. It is a 750 Series car as per its chassis number but has many of the 101 series updates such as vent windows and a 5-speed transmission. Exact ownership history is unfortunately unknown prior to 1968. We can document that it sold into the ownership of a Pennsylvania owner on March 16th, 1968, where it remained until its most recent owner of nearly 25 years acquired it on August 1990. Prior to his acquisition it receive a total restoratio

    • Year: 1960
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  • 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Berlina

    $44,500(£36,369.85) $44,500(£36,369.85)

    By now, we’ve probably all heard the famous quip that tells us “every car enthusiast should own at least one Alfa Romeo”, and most likely, our minds wander to thoughts of the exotic pre-war 8C, or maybe the rough-and-ready Giulia GTAm or the iconic, open-topped Duetto and Graduate spyders. But particularly in the post-war period, Alfa Romeo made their bread and butter by selling mass-produced berlinas (that’s a much more pleasing way to say “sedan”) built on a unibody platform and powered by the family of twin-cam engines. Prior to WWII, Alfa was building high-end sporting cars and competition cars, often with coachbuilt bodies and complex supercharged engines. In the post-war recovery period, the old designs were dusted off and polished up with new bodies, but the 6C2500 was a very expensive car to build and few buyers were able to afford such an exclusive automobile. Alfa Romeo needed a car they could produce in much larger numbers, and they achieved that with the unitary-construction 1900. While certainly a much more efficient car to produce, the 1900 was still comfortably a mid-market car, available in a variety of expensive coachbuilt variations, and what Alfa Romeo needed was more volume. The 1900 paved the way for Alfa to move further into the volume market with a four-cylinder coupe and sedan. This came in the form of the Giulietta; a 1300-cc class family car that was cheap to build yet still retained Alfa’s sporting character thanks to its twin-cam engine and well-tuned suspension.  Designed from the onset to be a flexible platform, the Giulietta debuted as the beautiful Bertone-designed coupe, which was soon joined by spyder, berlina, estate and eventually coachbuilt specials such as the Sprint Speciale and Sprint Zagato. This inherent sportiness, combined with four-door practicality helped the Berlina model become the sales leader of the line. Of the 177,600 Giuliettas built, over 130,000 were Berlinas or the hotter four-door T.I. The Giulietta proved that practicality did not have to come at the expense of driving pleasure. This 1963 Giulietta Berlina T.I. is a fabulous little gem that is very well-sorted and ready for fun. Starting life as a proper T.I. floor shift car, it was built as an historic rally car by the previous owner back in 2001. After achieving some admirable results in several events over the past several years, it has since traded the rigors of rallying for fast-road duty. In the early 2000’s the shell was restored, strengthened and the car prepped for rally duty with upgraded fuel tank, a rebuilt engine, 5-speed gearbox, and many other trick parts – yet it manages to retain a period correct look and feel. The body was repainted in correct Alfa Sky Blue in 2003 and much of the chrome was restored at the same time. The paint remains in excellent condition, as does the delicate brightwork. Panel fit is similarly well executed, and the whole car possesses a high quality, well-constructed feel. At just 1290cc, the jewel-like Alfa twin-cam punches well above its weight. This engine was built by marque expert Jim Evans to be tough and reliable but still deliver good grunt. As part of the rebuild, the block was fitted with new liners along with Sprint Veloce high-compression pistons. The head was ported and polished with a 45 degree valve job done and custom Jim Evans cams fitted. Before going back on the block, the head was skimmed to give a further boost in compression to 10.3:1. It breathes through a single downdraught Weber carburetor and is fitted with a tubular exhaust header to give a great sound. The engine presents beautifully in the engine bay, with period correct detailing that barely even hints at the hotted up internals. The addition of a five-speed gearbox lends additional flexibility to these famously revvy engines and allows for more relaxed high-speed runs. This car is an absolute delight. The chassis has been suitably uprated to match the increased power, and again, extremely high quality components were incorporated into the build. Adjustable AVO shock absorbers, uprated springs and sway bars and reinforced trailing arm brackets keep things under control. Brakes are the original yet highly effective finned drums, but are supplanted with high-performance liners and Aeroquip lines for better fade resistance and pedal feel. Again, all of the modifications are subtle and the car has a purposeful and sporty stance without appearing heavily altered, especially riding on the fabulous D-slot steel wheels that fill the arches just so. The understated and tidy cabin looks great, maintaining the original simplistic feel with black leather seats and door cards, excellent black carpeting and clean, restored original instrumentation. It all appears fairly standard down to the original style steering wheel and switchgear. Alfa Romeos of all types are not the meant for static collections. Whether it is an 8C 2900 or a humble Giulietta Berlina, an Alfa is a car meant to provide joy to the driver. Thanks to the careful but comprehensive modifications that have been done to this wonderful example, the driving experience has been enhanced exponentially. While it was built for the rigors of historic rallying, it presents in remarkably good condition and does not appear abused, and it is far from being a tired old race car. As a testament to the quality of the build, it remains tight and well sorted, very attractive, and above all, fabulous fun to drive.

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  • 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider

    $89,500(£73,148.35) $89,500(£73,148.35)

    Alfa Romeo made its name building big powerful sports cars, touring cars and luxury sedans for the Italian elite. In the early days of the company and leading up to WWII, they enjoyed great success in motor racing and were responsible for some of the most beautifully engineered automobiles of the pre-war era. After suffering devastating losses during the war, Alfa gradually resumed production, mainly offering bespoke coachbuilt cars based on their pre-war supercharged 6C chassis. Thankfully, those in charge of Alfa could see these sorts of cars would not sustain the company for very long and they realized that mass production was the key to survival. The subsequent 1900 series was a good step in the right direction, particularly as it was Alfa’s first unitary-construction chassis, but it was still a relatively expensive car and many examples were coachbuilt to client’s orders. But the stage was set, and Alfa Romeo’s next project struck the perfect chord with buyers and pundits alike. The 750-series Giulietta caused a sensation when it was first shown as a prototype to the Italian public in the early 1950s. By the time the first cars reached the public hands in 1954, word had traveled quickly about their incredible ability and quality, and the orders poured in. Virtually overnight, Alfa Romeo – and its preferred Carrozzeria Bertone – found themselves in the volume car building business. Production expectations were multiplied many times over, and the range was expanded to include not only the standard saloon and coupe, but a 2-seat spyder which was built by neighboring Pininfarina. The Pininfarina design was chosen not only on its merit (the beautiful, fluid lines were better resolved than Bertone’s proposal) but for the simple fact that Pininfarina had the production capacity to handle demand. Offered as either the 80hp Normale or 90hp Veloce the gorgeous little Giulietta Spyder is the poster child of the Italian sports car. It is light, mechanically robust and quite sophisticated. The chassis comprised of wishbone independent front suspension, live-axle rear suspension with coil springing, twin radius rods and a triangular locating member. Alfa’s famous finned alloy drum brakes were fitted to all four corners, and the jewel-like 1300 cc twin cam engine featured an alloy head. A positively exotic 5-speed gearbox was fitted later in the run, something that was virtually unheard of at the time. The Giulietta in all forms is simply a joy to drive, but with the top down and the full aural experience, the Spyder is the purest and most joyful of them all. This gorgeous 750-series Giulietta Spyder is one of the best examples we’ve encountered in many years. This desirable short-chassis, small taillight model wears a high quality restoration with an emphasis on driving enjoyment. The striking color combination perfectly suits the delicate Pininfarina lines. Panel fit and body alignment is crisp and straight, evidence that this was a very solid car before it was restored. The Grigio Grafite paint is beautifully laid down with deep gloss and straight reflections. Chrome and polished brightwork are likewise very high quality. The correct original Boranni wheels are properly finished in silver with chrome center caps and are wrapped with newer radial tires. The cabin is sparse but elegant, with bright red seats and carpets contrasting the gray bodywork brilliantly. All of the upholstery appears to be very fresh and executed to a high standard, with correct detailing such as the quilted foot pad on the transmission tunnel, and the vinyl transmission gaiter. Proper rubber floor mats are fitted and the original steering wheel and switchgear are all intact and in lovely condition. It wears a black cloth top should you need shelter from the weather. A Michelin spare rests correctly behind the seats, and the trunk is similarly detailed with correct fluted rubber mats and a very tidy and solid appearance. The matching-numbers, 1300 c.c. Normale twin-cam runs beautifully, thriving on revs and rewarding with a sweet soundtrack. The engine is backed by a four-speed gearbox and fed by a single Weber downdraft. The engine bay presentation is that of a well-detailed, but not fussy, standard with an emphasis on reliability over concours perfection. Many Alfisti will insist that the 750 Normale is the sweetest and best of the breed to live with. The single carb engine has only marginally less power, but possesses a flatter torque curve. With less weight up front, it is said to give slightly sharper reactions. Of course, much of that comes down to individual experience, but one thing all Alfa owners agree on is that the Giulietta is one of the sweetest and most rewarding of all sports cars, regardless of the specification.  Our example’s gorgeous cosmetics and well-sorted mechanicals add up to make the ideal Giulietta. It is stunningly beautiful to look at, and yet it welcomes a good hard drive thanks to the strong running engine and fully sorted chassis. The sale of this wonderful Alfa includes a binder documenting the restoration, as well as the original data plate and correspondence from Alfa Romeo Storica detailing its origins.

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  • Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS

    €147,500(£131,511) €147,500(£131,511)

    Year of construction 1962 fully restored to a high level one of only 1366 examples built Betone Design by Franco Scaglione only 860 kg of weight really great overall condition price 147.500,- EUR

    • Year: 1962
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    $99,500(£81,321.35) $99,500(£81,321.35)

    --White with Red leather interior piped Black, Red carpeting and Black convertible top, Restored, Rare early tunnel shifter 4-speed manual, 1300cc, Mille Miglia Eligible! This Giulietta Spider is a rare first year example that is eligible for the famed Mille Miglia Retrospective. It was manufactured on November 15, 1956 and subsequently sold new by Hoffman Motor Cars, New York City on November 23, 1956. A long time rust free California example, it has in the last few years been restored from what was already an excellent example. More recently, this Alfa has been owned and cared for by a well-known Arizona collector where it has been serviced throughout and kept in superb condition for immediate use at a moment’s notice. A well sorted example that is an extreme amount of fun to drive, this Alfa is superb in every way, an excellent investment due to its rarity and a welcomed addition to any collection.

    • Year: 1956
    • Mileage: 2016 mi
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  • GIULIETTA 1600

    €4,000(£3,566.40) €4,000(£3,566.40)


    • Year: 1979
    • Mileage: 54275 mi
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  • 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Zagato


    1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Zagato s/n 1012600113, Veloce engine no. AR00 120 *00633* Red with Black Interior (as original) The Sprint Zagato is the ultimate sporting development of Alfa Romeo’s legendary Giulietta. Featuring lightweight bodywork (the car weighs just 770kg/ 1700 lbs) by Zagato and specially tuned engines, the cars were very successful and surprisingly fast. Lighter than any other variant of the Giulietta, the SZ also had more power thanks to its high compression engine, tighter tolerances, more aggressive cams, and careful tuning. In the ultra-competitive racing in period, specialist like Conrero and Facetti ( as in this car) continued to develop the power and performance of these very special Alfa Romeos. The cars were quite expensive owing to the 300 hours necessary to build the bodies by Zagato, this after receiving the chassis from Alfa Romeo. A few more than 160 Cota Trunca (round tail) examples were built, and they became the choice ride in the small bore production class, dominating the Targa Florio with first, second, and third in class in 1964, and second, third, fourth, and sixth in class in 1965. The SZ was raced all over the world with great succes

    • Year: 1961
    • Mileage: 40194 mi
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  • 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale

    $139,500(£114,013.35) $139,500(£114,013.35)

    1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale s/n AR177276 Eng no. AR00120*01477* Red with Grey Cloth 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 the Giulietta, 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. The car came in a variety of trims and body styles, ranging from the standard Berlina (sedan) to the high performance Veloce models, which could be had with Pininfarina, Bertone, or Zagato coachwork. The standard Sprint Bertone coachwork was relatively common, but a small number of Sprint Speciale Bertone bodied cars were made, which drew on the radical styling of the th

    • Year: 1961
    • Mileage: 9692 mi
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  • 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spyder

    $110,000(£89,903) $110,000(£89,903)

    1962 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spider s/n AR 1495.11111, engine no. AR 00106.00699 Black with Red 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 and Giulia Series, 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. According to Marco Fazio of Alfa Romeo Hist

    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 12908 mi
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  • 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider 750D – £POA


    Update 09.06.2016: the car will be repainted black, and should be completed late summer. 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. Supplied with original jack, tools, owner’s manual and sales brochure, this example will be amongst the very best available. Please get in touch to reserve the car. © 2016 Mr Speedlux Terms and Conditions

    • Year: 1958
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  • giulietta 1600

    €6,000(£5,349.60) €6,000(£5,349.60)

    showroom conditions, engine 2000 130 cv-perfect conditions.new brakes and tires http://www.alfavintage.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/gm.mp4 http://www.alfavintage.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/giu.mp4 [Show slideshow] 1 2 ►

    • Year: 1981
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  • Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce; 1960


    2nd series proper original car. Prepared for historic racing series 35 years ago with a 125 hp Chiapparini engine. Came out of 20 years storage last winter. Our work was overhauling engine, brakes, suspension and fitting new wheels and tires. Carefully reworking all parts we brought back to life a wonderful piece of machinery. After running-in and giving it a trackday test recently at Zandvoort the Giulietta is ready for new plans. Price: On request

    • Year: 1960
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