1968
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  • ALFA ROMEO
    GT 1300 Junior/ GTA Specs.

    • Extensively overhauled
    • Upgrade to GTA specs.
    • Oustanding performance
    • Suitable for any sportive events
    Colour Red
    Interior Black
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Power 165 PS
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    In February 1966, Alfa Romeo introduced the Giulia GT 1300 Junior (Tipo 105.30). It replaced the Giulia Sprint from the Tipo 101 series, which still had the Scaglione body from 1954, as the entry-level model. The 1300 GT Junior combined the body of the Bertone GT with the 1.3-litre engine already used in the Giulia range. From summer 1968, the Junior GT became the benchmark in the 1300 class as the GTA Junior.

    Between 1966 and 1977, 92,053 vehicles of the 1300 GT Junior were built.

    According to the documents available, this extraordinary Alfa Romeo was extensively restored by specialist workshops and converted to GTA specification. In the course of the work, the engine was replaced by an optimised 1750 ccm unit and equipped with extensive improvements and vehicle lightening. The result is a lightweight classic (approx. 950 kg.) with excellent performance that can be used on the road, in historic rallies and at track days without any problems. The vehicle is supplied with a German registration and a historic licence plate.

    Equipment:

    GTA steering wheel, Racing seats with headrests, roll bar, fire extinguisher, emergency stop, additional CIBIE headlights, towing bar, GTA frontgrill, GTA licence plate lighting and holder, Koni sport suspension, 40 Weber carburettor, sports exhaust system, GTA 7 x 15 rims, GTA door handle, electric fan and more.

    Engine:
    4 cylinder, 1750 cm³, performance upgrade approx. 165 hp

    87.500,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    In February 1966, Alfa Romeo introduced the Giulia GT 1300 Junior (Tipo 105.30). It replaced the Giulia Sprint from the Tipo 101 series, which still had the Scaglione body from 1954, as the entry-level model. The 1300 GT Junior combined the body of the Bertone GT with the 1.3-litre engine already used in the Giulia range. From summer 1968, the Junior GT became the benchmark in the 1300 class as the GTA Junior.

    Between 1966 and 1977, 92,053 vehicles of the 1300 GT Junior were built.

    According to the documents available, this extraordinary Alfa Romeo was extensively restored by specialist workshops and converted to GTA specification. In the course of the work, the engine was replaced by an optimised 1750 ccm unit and equipped with extensive improvements and vehicle lightening. The result is a lightweight classic (approx. 950 kg.) with excellent performance that can be used on the road, in historic rallies and at track days without any problems. The vehicle is supplied with a German registration and a historic licence plate.

    Equipment:

    GTA steering wheel, Racing seats with headrests, roll bar, fire extinguisher, emergency stop, additional CIBIE headlights, towing bar, GTA frontgrill, GTA licence plate lighting and holder, Koni sport suspension, 40 Weber carburettor, sports exhaust system, GTA 7 x 15 rims, GTA door handle, electric fan and more.

    Engine:
    4 cylinder, 1750 cm³, performance upgrade approx. 165 hp

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