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1967' Alfa Romeo Giulia

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Published 19 May 2024ID: lf9eRX

Information from the owner

Age: 57 years

Seller's comments about 1967' Alfa Romeo Giulia

A beautifully restored Sprint GT Veloce.

-  40, 500 miles from new.
-  Rare example in RHD.
-  1. 6L Twin Cam type 00536 engine.
-  Original ‘Nero fumo’ (mid grey) vinyl seats and door cards.
-  Original ‘Colore rosso’ carpets.
-  Restored as Alfa Romeo intended.
-  Alfaholics 15” wheels painted in the period correct Pearl Gold.
-  Alfaholics fast road 'Stage 2' suspension kit.
-  GTA style inlet trumpets.
-  Koni Yellow dampers front and rear with new springs.

The Giulia Sprint GT Veloce was first presented at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show with a total of 1, 407 RHD cars produced from 1966 to 1968. While fairly similar to its predecessor, the Sprint GT, the Veloce can be distinguished by a number of external differences including its stainless steel bumpers, black mesh grille with three horizontal chrome bars, rear ‘Veloce’ script badge and Quadrifoglio C-pillar badges. Internally, the Veloce is fitted with an imitation wood dashboard fascia, revised ‘bucket’ front seats and a dished three-spoke aluminium steering wheel.

Its type 00536 1. 6L Twin Cam engine features 37mm diameter exhaust valves - 2mm larger than the Sprint GT’s type 00502 engine – and produces 108 hp reaching a top speed of 115 mph.

Trofeo have restored this Alfa with no expense spared. The gearbox was internally rebuilt with all wearing components replaced. The engine was also restored which included new pistons, rings and liners fitted, crank and con rods measured and inspected, and the carburettors rebuilt.

The original suspension has been retained. New Alfaholics 'Stage 2' suspension kit was installed which includes upgrades such as lightweight front springs, 29m front ARB and an aluminium T-Bar.

The brakes were fully overhauled with a new master cylinder, servo, brake pipes, flexible hoses and both front calipers were rebuilt with new pistons and seals.

The bodywork was stripped back to a bare shell and fully restored. All corrosion was cut from the metalwork and new panels used where necessary to ensure a perfect shell. The underside of the body was treated and painted in Gravitex stone chip protection and then the whole body was painted in the original Alfa red and all cavities treated with anti-corrosion wax.

All original parts remain with the car, including the suspension, chrome bumpers and steel wheels.

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