1969 Alfa Romeo 1750


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- Registered in 1969 with the valuable original number plates of the province of Rome, it was one of those few transitional chassis that, for only a few months, were produced keeping the main features of the first series, such as bumpers, specific seats, floor pedals but introducing some of the second series; a total restoration was started and then discontinued. Specifications confirmed by Alfa Romeo Heritage certification. The car is complete with all parts except for a very few details.
- Light Metallic Grey with black Skai interior. The car was totally disassembled and bodywork stripped using the innovative high-pressure water technique, which was the least damaging to sheet metal, and was then only covered with a thin layer of protective primer. It is therefore easy to see what few parts of the sheet metal need to be restored or replaced, demonstrating the quality of the starting point.
- Mechanics disassembled and delivered on a pallet. The car was running when the restoration began, but the engine has been stopped for a few years, and stored in a closed and dry place together with the other mechanical elements. MOT no longer valid.
- The GT 1750 Veloce is the finest and most technically refined version of Bertone's masterpiece. Around €5,000 worth of work was already carried out on this example, including total disassembly and water-based paint removal. It is therefore an excellent restoration project at an exceptionally competitive price and, once completed, it will be extremely elegant thanks to its refined colour scheme and original black number plates