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1964 Alfa Romeo Sprint GT

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1964 Alfa Romeo Sprint GT
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22-1024001

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France

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Description

Chassis #610699

 

Many Alfaholics improvements

 

Sinclair livery


After the success of the Giulietta’s lines, the 105-Series Giulia Sprint GT was announced in 1963, and was immediately acclaimed as a suitable successor to the 101-Serie cars. The basic body shape shared by all models was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro for Bertone. It was one of his first major projects for Bertone. It was revealed at a press event held at the then newly opened Arese plant on 9 September 1963, and displayed later the same month at the Frankfurt Motor Show. In its original form the Bertone body is known as scalino (step) or "step front", because of the leading edge of the engine compartment lid which sat 1 cm (0.4 in) above the nose of the car. 


We're looking at a sports car! with 50 years of hindsight, every stylistic detail of the Sprint GT is a real invitation to nostalgia. It is difficult to remain marbled facing that enchanting yet so pure design. Under the hood, we find all the strength of Alfa Romeo: its engine. Faithful to a long tradition as an engine manufacturer, Alfa Romeo has built a 1.6-litre engine that presents an astonishing modernity for the time. This in-line four-cylinder engine had alloy cylinder head and block. 


In total 21,902 Giulia Sprint GT were produced from 1963 to 1965, when the model was superseded by the Giulia Sprint GT Veloce.


According to the Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo, our car, chassis AR 610699, was produced on December 21th, 1965 and delivered on the 22th of the same month to the French market in Paris. The car spent its first 8 years in Paris, and was purchased by Mr Stanghelini, Major of a small town in Poitou. Mr Stanghelini use his beautiful Alfa for years before having en engine failure and keep the car inside his garage for long.


The car has just been totally restored and has many Alfaholics improvements (Detailed in the car file…).