1971 Alfa Romeo 1750


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- Originally registered in France, never registered in Italy, this barn find is ready for total restoration or spare parts. 80% complete. Stored inside in a dry place for over 10 years.
- Bodywork to be completely restored, structural components intact, body panels to be repaired and replaced. Partially complete interior to be restored, there are the front seats, rear bench, centre tunnel, dashboard, door panels, rear upholstery, carpet, and steering wheel, only the instruments are missing. The windows are also present, but no external moldings and decorations, interior and exterior handles, electrical system, and door accessories.
- Mechanically complete with engine, gearbox, transmission shaft, carburettors from the Dell’Orto Company, front and rear suspension, steering box, and brake system, but no radiator, fuel tank, electrical wiring and ignition system. Engine emptied of coolant. The mechanics require total restoration.
- Bertone’s masterpiece and the most prized version of the Giulia GT cars, thanks to the refined and powerful twin-shaft 1750 engine, the unit proposed, as well as being ideal for a total restoration, can be an excellent base for complete restoration, or Restomod, customisation to which the Bertone GT lends itself very well, with remarkable results presented in recent years by various companies in the sector. It can also be prepared for classic car competitions and races, or used as a donor car for spare parts.
- The Alfa GT 1750 Veloce must be collected from the province of Chieti.