About 20yrs ago my father went to Italy to buy the original Monzeglio GTAm and it came with a lot of original spare parts. Amongst those parts there was the original seat I which Zanetti was seated when he won the gr2 Italian championship in 1971.
After a few thoughts I am now reproducing...
A friend of mine is selling (Why? Please do not ask me) two pearls.
A rare and wonderfully-preserved Alfa Romeo Giulia GT Sprint Veloce and a Stunning Giulietta Sprint Zagato (very few exemplares built).
I think pictures say everything, nothing more to add. Both are matching numbers...
Some of you may know that I run a Youtube channel focused on automotive history. The Junior Z is one of the greatest Alfa designs in my view, and I've made a video about it, with a little help from Ercole Spada himself. Enjoy:
My Italian husband has owned his Zagato for more than 30 years. Last week we drove it from Italy to England where we are living at the moment and the rear hatch motor stopped working
We have read the thread on this forum about various solutions and would like to hear an update from anyone...
I found this photo of Carlo Mollino (a true design genius of the first half of the last century) standing near his 1900 which is clearly made by Zagato, but with some modifications suggested by him. Has anyone seen this car recently?
I have for sale; "Alfa Romeo Zagato SZ & TZ" written by Marcello Minerbi and published in 1985 by La Mille Miglia Editrice.
The book is out of stock and out of print.
This copy is new and wrapped in foil.
The price is Euro 300,00 ex. shipping costs.
I would like to share a film with you, that was shot in 2013.
It features a Junior Zagato 1600 and Theo Jacobs, the leader of the Register Junior Zagato Holland (RJZH), part of the Alfa Romeo Owners Club Holland (SCARB).
Although it is Dutch spoken, you will enjoy the views...
Do You have any information regarding factory power output of the Giulietta Sprints (road trim if applicable)? And prefferably weight. If the power differs please include it. There are to many weird and different sources.
Giulietta Sprint 'Normale'
Giulietta Sprint Veloce
To partially fund my (more than expected) expensive restoration I entered in 'all but the dog is ON SALE' mode. Then firstly I decided to get rid of my Alfa Manuals and docs collection.
All my docs are ORIGINAL STUFF [edit: only exception the n° 8: Alfa Romeo 2600 SZ Zagato Commercial Manual]...
While building the Sprint GT, we joked that we should find a "shop car" for all the spare parts we had accumulated. The next day, while buying an excellent 1750 Mk1 flying buttress interior I fell in love with this project. The deal was struck, and we now have a rolling chassis for all of our...
Dear JZ lovers,
Just to inform you I have put for sale a extreme rare part for the JZ1300. See parts for sale section. It is a never used (-NOS) dashboard facia panel. No scratches etc. A real chance to have for the restoration to concours level.