1964 Alfa Romeo GT


  • Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    8 000 km / 4 971 mi
  • Car type 
  • Competition car 
  • Condition 
  • Interior colour 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Fuel type 


“Italian Stallion”
1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT
Favored “Scalino” or “Step Nose” model
Proven all-round Rally car
Money no object restauration and preparation
Original 1600 cc engine included

These Alfa Romeo coupes came with many names... the Giulia Sprint GT, GT Veloce, GTV, GT Junior, and GTV 2000. The timeless Italian Bertone styling by Giorgietto Giugiaro and the sweet twin-cam dual-carburetor soundtrack gives these cars their strong following among enthusiasts and racers.

This car however is not just any of these GT’s but a desired early “Scalino” of “Step Nose” Giulia Sprint GT” delivered to France in 1964 and exported to The Netherlands in 1974.

In 2004 a well-known Dutch rally driver undertook a “money no object” bare metal restoration and preparation as a tarmac rally car and only 8000 kms were covered since then. A full photo report of the restoration is available.

Some specs:
• Full cage
• Cibie Oscar lamps
• Dual Webers
• Headers
• Stainless steel exhaust
• Oil cooler
• High capacity radiator
• Full Aeroquip lines
• Dual brake cylinder
• New bespoke wiring loom
• Large capacity fuel tank
• Dual fuel pumps
• Koni shock absorbers
• Halda
• Full rally equipment including Don Barrow potty, digital compass etc. etc.
• Complete set of on-board spares and tools
• Matching numbers engine is included plus one spare engine