Octane classic car specs
1966-1977 ALFA ROMEO Giulia GT Junior 1300/1600
Due to the complexity of the 105-Series Giulia range the easiest way of relating to the GT Junior is to think of it as the entry-level model. That means it initially came with a 1300cc engine and simplified interior, and gave sporting Italians the chance to own a Giulia Sprint GT lookalike without the fiscal implications. Over time it was developed in parallel with the larger-engined cars and, in 1970, it lost its characteristic step-front. In 1972 a 1600cc Junior was introduced to close the gap in the range to the 2000cc GTV.
Independent, coil spring, anti-roll bar
Rigid axle, trailing arm, coil spring
worm and roller
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