The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint has always been a special car. The Italian masterpiece was designed by Franco Scaglione when he worked for Bertone. For its time this was an extremely aerodynamic car with a Cw rating of only 0.28, which would not be trumped for another 20 years. Our Giulia Sprint Speciale was delivered to Germany in 1965 and to a Mr. Elliot in the States in 1969. In 1991 this Giulia SS arrived in the Netherlands. This is a car with an older restoration. It had a ‘Body-Off” restoration and has been very well maintained ever-since. This Alfa Romeo is still an original car in great condition. The rust-free bodywork has wonderful and correctly aligned body panels. The navy blue leather trim is in an authentic good condition with a lovely patina. The mechanical aspect was not forgotten. The car has always been correctly maintained using original parts. The 1,570 cc 4-cylinder engine remains incredibly healthy. The twin Weber carburettors deliver 100 Hp. The gearbox shifts precise and smoothy through the five speeds. The gearbox and differential were also overhauled. As the Giulia Sprint Special came with disc brakes since 1961, they are naturally not absent in this car. This Giulia is a matching numbers model and the extensive documentation records the restoration, the maintenance and ever correspondence with the American first owner. In short this is a beautiful authentic and well presented Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale.
Gallery Aaldering is a family owned business since 1975 and offers a one stop experience for car enthusiasts of all sorts and ages. With a staggering and constantly changing collection of over 350 cars, Gallery Aaldering is the largest classic car company in Europe.
Nico Aaldering started the company in 1975, fuelled by his love for classic cars and his son Nick shares this passion. Together they lead and develop the company on a daily basis.
Nick Aaldering: “We cover all operations from buying to selling, offering advice to customers, checking and preparing the cars before delivery and providing transportation on a global scale.”
Nico Aaldering also makes a weekly appearance in the Dutch TV show RTL Autowereld presenting a special and exclusive piece of automotive history, picked from the vast collection on stock.
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