1967 ALFA ROMEO GUILIA SPRINT GT VELOCE
The Alfa Romeo GT & GTV lineup became iconic for the brand with several iterations from the early sixties until the mid-seventies. This also included the GTA, a similar look to this GT, but with aluminum panels and was designed for use on the track.
This particular model, the Giulia Sprint GT Veloce was produced from 1966-68. Bodied by Bertone, this carried on with the 'Stepnose' or Scalino front end. The leading edge of the trunk sits above the nose of the car giving it a very distinctive look. The engine was the 1600 iteration of the famous Alfa twin overhead cam engines which were used for decades.
The interior included a more luxurious looking dash and seats that featured a more deeply bucketed design. Leather interior was also an option on the cars.
SAME OWNER LAST 49 YEARS!
This car was purchased by the owner, an engineer at Lockheed, in 1973. An original California car, the engineer owner overhauled the engine and did all maintenance on the car.
After being daily driven for many years, the car eventually sat in the owner's garage until a complete 100% bare-metal concours restoration was finished in 2016. Every single piece of this car was either refreshed or replaced with an OEM part in this $72,000 restoration. Receipts and pictures during the restoration are shown below.
This car is absolutely the pinnacle of the GTV series. A stepnose with its green exterior and tobacco brown interior, it has only completed approximately 2500 miles since the restoration. Whether this is used for cars and coffee's, driving tours, or simply to be the jewel in the crown of someone's collection, this is one special car.
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