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1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1600 for sale. Recently completed restoration of exterior body and interior. Presumed to have the original engine checked by John Norman of Alfa Parts in Berkeley, CA. Excellent driving car with strong engine and gearbox.
  • Bare-metal respray in AR-501 red
  • Doors removed, stripped to bare metal, and repainted inside and out with new weatherstripping
  • New windshield and gasket with fresh re-anodized windshield trim
  • Upgraded 2.0L brakes
  • New interior door panels
  • New headliner from Classic Alfa
Priced at $32,000. The car is located in Sonoma, CA. Please call Randy at 707-974-8061 for more details.










 

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Looks like a well done and lovely Super. I have promised myself that will be my retirement present when that happens. It will have to be a few years from now though. GLWTS!
 

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Always liked the 67 model that a friend had as his DD. Dark blue IIRC (maybe dark green?) with brown velour interior. Loved the seats in that version car.

Actually, had two friends with 67s, one was dark blue and the other dark green, but don't remember which had which, both with brown velour interior.

Almost liked them better than my 64 Sprint GT, which was red with light blue velour/vinyl combo interior.
 

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Yes, the car is still available. Good news, the pair of front turn signal indicators finally arrived from Germany after being backordered for 4 months! The indicators will definitely tidy up the front end.
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Details and photos about the engine in this car- AR00526 40958 corresponds to the correct date range for a 1967 Giulia Super according to the Fusi documentation. The head casting indicates a 1750 series 1 head.

Sill Restoration Detail- Part of the bare metal respray included replacing the outer sills and applying rust preventative paint to the middle sills and underlying areas to ensure no issues with rust moving forward.
 

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Maybe missed the market at the asking price, as being too high?

My own personal opinion, and worth only that, is that red may not be a good color for it. Still, I do like the Supers in general.
 

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The blue 2000 Euro Berlina went on BaT for $24,500 today, complete with minor bubbling in a number of places. But overall it was a nice car. That to me is a strong price, into Giulia territory for a B grade car. Porsches and whatnot are going nuts and there have been a couple $80K GTVs, not many Giulias so it's tough to read the tea leaves.
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32K is a good price for this automobile.

Down here in Oz, good cars are fetching more than that. We have 3 1750 GTV coupes for sale at present for AUD 120-125K. Stepnose presently on sale at 112k and a GTC at 172K.

There have been 1 or 2 outstanding 2L coupes go for closer to 180K.

Now back to the sedans, the Berlina's have been slowly creeping up too but so few come up for sale its hard to get a reading on them. Here is a 1750 S1 Berlina asking for 47K !


Also, another white 1750 Berlina is currently listed on an auction site with a guiding range of 28-34K.

I can't believe what they are asking for any old cars presently in Australia. Seems you just need to ask and Ye' shall receive, crazy times!

GLWS its a beauty.

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I really like this thing but I also love to modify so I’m not sure this would be the right one for me. It’s basically at my max price so nothing leftover for me to make it “mine” ... bummer, I don’t mind the red either
 
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