1964
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    Giulia 1600 Sprint Speciale

    • Matching-Numbers!
    • Extensively restored
    • Current FIVA passport
    Colour Dark blue
    Interior Red
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    Franco Scaglione was the gentleman of the Italian designers: always elegantly dressed, he preferred driving Mercedes and travelling accompanied by “a secretary of breathtaking beauty”, as Ferruccio Lamborghini liked to tell. Scaglione worked for Bertone, but in fact he was always his own boss – his designs had their very own style. He became famous with his three Alfa Romeo Berlinetta Aerodinamica Tecnica, better known as B.A.T. 5, 7 and 9. These aerodynamic studies were then also the inspiration for the Giulietta Sprint Speciale, from which the Giulia Sprint Speciale emerged in 1962. The Giulia SS was successfully entered in hill climbs, the Targa Florido (1967 to 1970) and also in endurance races such as Monza and the 24-hour race at Daytona in 1969.

    This Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 SS was manufactured in 1964 and delivered to Great Britain in 1966 via an Alfa Romeo dealer in Frankfurt. The vehicle returned to Germany in 1992. A few years ago the Giulia SS was extensively restored and has since then been regularly maintained by marque specialists. This Alfa comes with german road registration and FIVA Passport.

    The car impresses with its exciting lines and the elegant, very appealing colour combination.

    Production:

    From 1962 to 1966, only  1400 examples of the Giulia Sprint Speciale were built.

     

     

    135.000,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    Franco Scaglione was the gentleman of the Italian designers: always elegantly dressed, he preferred driving Mercedes and travelling accompanied by “a secretary of breathtaking beauty”, as Ferruccio Lamborghini liked to tell. Scaglione worked for Bertone, but in fact he was always his own boss – his designs had their very own style. He became famous with his three Alfa Romeo Berlinetta Aerodinamica Tecnica, better known as B.A.T. 5, 7 and 9. These aerodynamic studies were then also the inspiration for the Giulietta Sprint Speciale, from which the Giulia Sprint Speciale emerged in 1962. The Giulia SS was successfully entered in hill climbs, the Targa Florido (1967 to 1970) and also in endurance races such as Monza and the 24-hour race at Daytona in 1969.

    This Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 SS was manufactured in 1964 and delivered to Great Britain in 1966 via an Alfa Romeo dealer in Frankfurt. The vehicle returned to Germany in 1992. A few years ago the Giulia SS was extensively restored and has since then been regularly maintained by marque specialists. This Alfa comes with german road registration and FIVA Passport.

    The car impresses with its exciting lines and the elegant, very appealing colour combination.

    Production:

    From 1962 to 1966, only  1400 examples of the Giulia Sprint Speciale were built.

     

     

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