This classic car is for sale on Catawiki. To have more information or to place a bid click on the "BID NOW" button. .Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale 1300 Type 750 SS/101.20. Certified by Mario Fazio of the Centro Documentazione Automobilismo Storico Alfa Romeo.
Manufactured on 4th June 1962, registered on 23rd July 1962 in Paris, France. 1,366 units manufactured. Original Gardenia Bianco colour; current colour: Rosso Alfa.
Restored in terms of mechanics, bodywork, paintwork and interior by Alfa Romeo specialists in 2015 in Spain and Portugal.
AR00120 standard engine with 1,291 cc 116 hp, Weber 40DCOE2 carburettors, drum brakes with 3 front calipers and 2 rear calipers. 5-speed gearbox.
Additional front air intake. Electric fan cooling, duraluminium crankcase protection. Double petrol pump with separate circuits.
Side exhausts with a larger diameter and removable mufflers. High-pressure oil circuit with accumulator and radiator.
Campagnolo alloy rims. Four trailer rings, Le Mans type aluminium petrol tank cap, original Sebring mirrors.
Quick battery switches outside and inside. Exterior bonnet and boot safety fasteners. Fuse box in cabin.
Anti-roll bars with 6 support points reinforced by an arch. Approved seat belts with 3-point harnesses. Metal pedals with extra rest for the left foot.
Laminated windscreen with aluminium ends, approved inner fire extinguisher, windscreen deflector and plexiglass sliding windows with a reinforcing metal arch.
Original aluminium and Bakelite steering wheel, leather-upholstered dashboard, Fusina racing bucket seats.
Collection Vehicle type French documents in the name of the seller, old FIA letter from 1989 and FFSA Passport from 1992.
Between 1987 and 1993, it took part in historic vehicles races on tracks such as Le Mans, Nogaro, Montlhéry, Paul Ricard, etc.
In December 2015, the car was tested by the specialised magazine ‘Motor Clásico’ on the Can Padró circuit, Barcelona (see photos of the article).
The car has been personally inspected by a Catawiki expert. You can view the vehicle in Barcelona, Spain. To schedule an appointment to see it, please contact Catawiki.
The seller can supply the necessary export documents at no extra cost, and provide a quotation for transport to anywhere in Europe.