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1973 ALFA ROMEO GT 1600 JUNIOR

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1973 ALFA ROMEO GT 1600 JUNIOR
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23-0711019

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Description

Engine L4

 

Fuel Petrol

 

Displacement 1.570 Cc

 

Power 110 Cv

 

Gearbox Manual

 

Drivetrain Rwd

 

Exterior Color Azzurro Le Mans

 

Interior Color Black

1973 Alfa Romeo GT 1600 junior (type 115.03) in a stunning and very unusual «Azzurro Le Mans» color and featuring period correct 6 spoke «stil-auto» light alloy wheels, giving it a distinct sporty look. Spiced by a slightly tuned 2 litre engine and gearbox from a 2000 GTV this is a very exciting car to drive. This vehicle is in excellent overall condition and has an historical interest certificate issued by Museu do Caramulo. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro for Bertone, the Alfa Romeo 105/115 series coupés were built from 1963 until 1977. All models feature a all-light-alloy Alfa Romeo twin cam four cylinder engine, with cubic capacities from 1290cc to 1962cc, all with two valves per cylinder and twin carburettors. a 5-speed manual transmission and solid disc brakes on all four wheels were standard for all models.