1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia

Sprint 1600 GT Veloce

Summary

  • Year of manufacture 
    1967
  • Car type 
    Coupé
  • Chassis number 
    AR*248197
  • Engine number 
    AR00536*03342
  • Lot number 
    130
  • Reference number 
    130
  • Drive 
    LHD
  • Condition 
    Restored
  • Interior colour 
    Black
  • Number of doors 
    2
  • Number of seats 
    4
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
    White
  • Gearbox 
    Manual
  • Drivetrain 
    2wd
  • Fuel type 
    Petrol

Description

Serial number AR*248197
Engine number AR00536*03342
Delivered new in France
History known from the origin
Recent complete mechanical rebuilt
Near € 20.000 of invoices since 2005
Tour Auto Optic 2000 and Monte Carlo Historique eligible
French title
45 000 / 55 000 €

This 1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint 1600 GT Veloce is a car as we like it. Out of the chains of Arese on March 23rd, 1967, it was sold on March 29th, 1967 by the factory to the importer Alfa Romeo France based in Paris. It was acquired new, on May 10th, 1967 by Dr. Fortin, in Cavaillon. The car was then registered 606 LC 84. The latter would have maintained it very well and kept it in the garage of his villa. He then sold it to a paramedic from Cavaillon, circa 1985. He sold it to Mr. Gros at L'Isle sur la Sorgue in 1988. The Veloce kept his registration and was maintained by Fernand Masoero in Orange. It was Mr. Gros's everyday car. He ceded it to Mr. Thomassin through the garage of Fernand Masoero. In 1998, it is Mr. Rudelle who acquires on the Nationale 7, near Cavaillon. It was still registered 606 LC 84. The car was in original condition and Mr. Rudelle continued the maintenance of the car and had the carpets changed. On January 1st, 2001, it is Mr. Gérici who acquires the Alfa Giulia, he lived in Castres and the car took the registration 5036 SH 81 and posted 52 256 kilometers on the meter. He kept it until March 15, 2004, the transferor to Mr. Fiorucci, in Rougiers, in the Alpes Maritimes, it was then registered 194 ASX 83. Mr. Fiorucci refit the engine, the running gear and ground connections, as well as the saddlery . On November 16, 2005, Mr. Borde bought the car and registered 499 APG 13, in Maussane les Alpilles. The latter continues to maintain the car at Fiorucci, installing a self-locking differential from a 2000 GTV and participates in the Rallye des Alpages and Corsica RallyStory. On November 1, 2008, Mr. Barugola bought the car from Mr. Borde, joining a collection of Alfa Romeo, alongside a Giulia GTV Giulia 2000 and a Giulietta Sprint. It showed 63065 kilometers on the meter and kept its registration in the Bouches du Rhône. In 2009, Mr. Barugola mounts a specific camshaft and especially, he continued the maintenance between many outputs, including parts from Fiorucci, Alfaholics and Victor Parts.
On November 10th, 2012, the current owner acquired the Giulia Sprint. It showed 67,200 kilometers on the clock, it took its current registration number. The goal of its new owner was to participate in the Tour de France Automobile. He made the car more reliable in this way. The water pump and fan propeller were replaced, the brake fluid reservoir was changed, an Alfaholics Pipercross flanged air filter was installed, the radiator was redone, a tailor-made stainless steel tailpipe was mounted, the drive shaft was revised and balanced, the self-locking differential was redone, as was the entire ignition system, including the implementation of an electronic ignition. The brake linings were also replaced as well as the starter and the brake calipers front and rear. The pieces come from Alfaholics, Victor Parts, Retro Rosso and the work was done by Espace Century, Busson or Christofauto. The rear deck and the top dashboard were redone, while the carpet was replaced to return to the original black. Above all, the Alfa was entrusted to Classic Restore for a body repair including a bare and a recovery of all the internal and external defects with anti rust treatment and complete paint. Of course, all the seals were replaced by new ones. Finally, the wheels were replaced by four aluminum wheels from Alfaholics while a vintage Momo steering wheel was installed. All these works are justified by a large batch of invoices and photos. The Giulia will also be sold with its registration file at the Registro Italiano Alfa Romeo.
This Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT 1600 Veloce is today in an excellent state of presentation. A road test let us to verify the good condition of its engine, its gearbox and its running gear. it rolls and brakes right, it takes rpms and gears pass well. Its original bumpers in good condition, its original steering wheel and rear ashtrays (removed for fastening seat belts) are of course sold with the car.