1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale
Sold For $89,650Inclusive of applicable buyer's fee.
- Desirable Veloce specification engine
- Features front disc brakes
- Concorso Italiano award-winner
- Accompanied by original Carta Di Circolazione booklet, instruction manual, and Alfa Romeo Storico certificate
This 1964 Giulia Sprint Speciale is a desirable 101-series model originally delivered to a customer in Milan. The original Italian registration booklet shows it remained with the first owner until 1980 when it was sold to an American buyer. Treated to a bare metal respray in Alfa Red (AR501) and a comprehensive mechanical overhaul in 2010, it is a superb example. It is powered by a period-correct, proper specification Tipo 101.21 Veloce engine, and includes front disc brakes and original Borrani wheels. The 1600-cc twin cam is detailed with proper labels, markings and hardware. Following the comprehensive restoration, the Alfa took part in the 2010 Concorso Italiano, winning the award for the Best 101-series Alfa Romeo in what was no doubt a very crowded and highly competitive field. It has since been sympathetically maintained and remains in excellent condition throughout. The sale includes an original tool roll, Alfa Romeo Storico certificate, original Italian log book, owner’s manual and Concorso Italiano award.