1961
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    1300 Giulietta Sprint Veloce

    • Extensively partly restored by marque experts
    • Performance engine
    • Reliable daily driver
    • Perfect participant for historic rallies
    Colour Red
    Interior Leather black
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    The Giulietta Sprint Veloce (Veloce = fast) was a sports model of the Giulietta Sprint designed for motor sport, which was introduced in 1956. Compared to the Giulietta Sprint, it was revised in almost all technical features. In the Veloce version with twin carburettors and increased compression, the power unit already produced 90 hp. Thanks to a weight reduced to less than 900 kilograms with the help of light alloy bonnets and doors as well as side windows made of Plexiglas, the Milanese coupé soon dominated the popular 1300cc class in the near-series category at all important races. Mille Miglia, 1000-kilometre race at the Nürburgring, Targa Florio in Sicily, 12-hour race at Sebring, hill climbs and rallies all over Europe, ice races in Sweden – drivers of the Giulietta Sprint Veloce won trophies everywhere.

    Between 1956 and 1962 ca. 3.058 vehicles were produced.

    According to the documents available, this beautiful Giulietta Sprint Veloce was extensively partially restored by Alfa Romeo specialists in Germany. In the course of the restoration, the engine was replaced by the more powerful 1750 unit. With its sporty and reliable driving characteristics this Italian classic is therefore ideal for participation in historic rallies. An extensive photo documentation of the works carried out is available.

    Equipment:
    Nardi wooden steering wheel, Koni suspension, Weber carburettor, manifold, 4 x disc brakes, retro radio, etc.

    Engine:
    4 cylinder, 1.750 cm³, ca. 125 hp

    69.800,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    The Giulietta Sprint Veloce (Veloce = fast) was a sports model of the Giulietta Sprint designed for motor sport, which was introduced in 1956. Compared to the Giulietta Sprint, it was revised in almost all technical features. In the Veloce version with twin carburettors and increased compression, the power unit already produced 90 hp. Thanks to a weight reduced to less than 900 kilograms with the help of light alloy bonnets and doors as well as side windows made of Plexiglas, the Milanese coupé soon dominated the popular 1300cc class in the near-series category at all important races. Mille Miglia, 1000-kilometre race at the Nürburgring, Targa Florio in Sicily, 12-hour race at Sebring, hill climbs and rallies all over Europe, ice races in Sweden – drivers of the Giulietta Sprint Veloce won trophies everywhere.

    Between 1956 and 1962 ca. 3.058 vehicles were produced.

    According to the documents available, this beautiful Giulietta Sprint Veloce was extensively partially restored by Alfa Romeo specialists in Germany. In the course of the restoration, the engine was replaced by the more powerful 1750 unit. With its sporty and reliable driving characteristics this Italian classic is therefore ideal for participation in historic rallies. An extensive photo documentation of the works carried out is available.

    Equipment:
    Nardi wooden steering wheel, Koni suspension, Weber carburettor, manifold, 4 x disc brakes, retro radio, etc.

    Engine:
    4 cylinder, 1.750 cm³, ca. 125 hp

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