Founded in Milan in 1910, Alfa Romeo can look back on a period of about 100 years of motorsport history. Numerous successes mark the long history of this commitment and is the origin of Scuderia Ferrari.
Alfa Romeo was one of the first mainstream manufacturers to incorporate a powerful engine into a lightweight four-door 1-ton car for mass production. The Type 105 Giulia featured an alloy four-cylinder engine with dual overhead camshafts similar to that of the earlier Giulietta series (750/101). Various configurations of carburetors and tuning produced power outputs from about 80 to about 110 hp.
The Giulia itself became popular because of its sportiness, reliability and robustness.
It is that typical italian car we all know and love from lots of movies, filmstars, pictures or even visits in Italy back in the 60s, 70s and 80s.
This offered Giulia Nuova Super 1300 shows up in authentic original condition.
The overall impression is breathtaking, authentic original. The prugna red paint is shiny and no rust through spots are visible. It still shows the scratch on the right fender and door which were kept for its originality. “Wrinkles tell a chapter of life.”
Having a close look you notice the car is very well maintained and conditions of all techniques make the 90.000km believable. The engine starts right up and runs smooth.
Though it has the typical diseases from standing in collections, like a weak battery or brakes that need to be cleaned, it is a very good conditioned authentic car that is easy to make it go.
The stunning original Interieur as well tells a story of being very well taken care of.
To convince yourself with the pictures below, take a journey back in that time and use the chance to bid on this sporty, classic italian.
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