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From my personal collection (Tom Sahines)
Restored 1963 Alfa 101 series Giulia
Less than 1000 miles since restoration
No rust California car
rebuilt 1750 Motor
Dual Webers
Veloce Headers
Veloce Oil pan
Dave Rugh Springs and Sway bar
Koni Shocks
4 Wheel disk brakes
4.10 Limited slip differential
rebuilt 5 speed transmission
175-70x15 Vredestein Sprint Classic Tires
cloth top
Red exterior with black/red piping seats and red carpet
$70 k

Since Alfa choose to not make a Veloce in 1963 I decided to give this car all of the good stuff that Alfa should have. The car has been in my personal collection for over 30 years mainly in storage. In 2016 I restored the car. It was never intended to be a 100 point true to factory restoration but rather a fun driver. The car lived up to that description and more. It is a blast to drive. Everything is sorted out and it needs nothing. Drive it anywhere with total confidence. I love the car but I lost my storage space and need to thin out my collection. Car is located in Milpitas California with a clean title.
 

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If anybody is looking for a car that they can drive and enjoy, and also show with pride, you owe it to yourself to look at this car. I watched as Tom restored this car to his usual high standards, and the results are fantastic. Heck, even the gauges are like new!

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