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Make:Alfa Romeo
Model:GTA 1600
Type:Bertone 2 Door
Year:1965
Color:Red with yellow nose
Interior:Black



History: A proper 1600 GTA Corsa (competition car) with a race history from new. Has full ownership history from new. The GTA made its way West through a series of documented owners where it was piloted in a variety of West Coast historic races over the last 30 years. It was raced in a variety of series including CSRG, HMSA, and General Racing.

Condition: It has been maintained by some of the best experts in the USA, most recently Orion Motor Sports and MSPORT Services.

It retains its original unibody, firewall, floor pans and roof. It is a racing veteran that has survived to this day.

Proper GTA spec 1.6 Liter engine with GTA twin plug cylinder head rebuilt by a GTA specialist.

It has a close ratio GTA 5-speed gear box and limited slip differential with 5.12 ring and pinion, ATE brakes, 7” magnesium Campagnolo wheels. Full roll cage.

Recent general race prep by MSPORT Services included full engine service with valve lash adjustment, oil change, fresh fuel, carburetor adjustment, brake service (new pads, system bleed and fluid), coolant flush and refresh. Mounted, balanced new tires, and completed wheel alignment.

Documents: Ownership is known from new and documentation includes copies of Alfa Romeo historic letter showing original build and various bills of sale through current ownership. The early race record is chronicled by date and period photographs. Late 1970’s SCCA log book and various historic racing log books.

Price: Inquire

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Maybe this is one of the 613274's. You can search here or google it.

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For those looking on those are not correct seats for a GTA, they’re Cobra brand from the UK. A decent enough seat, especially for the money but not appropriate in that setting.
 

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Sergio, you have posted pictures of 2?? different GTAs with no explanation. Let's be careful not to high jack this thread.

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Sergio, you have posted pictures of 2?? different GTAs with no explanation. Let's be careful not to high jack this thread.

Ciao

Ken
I responded to alfa-sport on chassis 613274. I have these photos in the archive. Isn't it the same car?
If not, I apologize for the inconvenience ...
 

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613274 has been discussed at great lengths here as well...there does indeed seem to be 3 GTAs out there with the 613274 SN

@kengta Is it correct for the GTA at GPC and at the top of this thread to have the trunk lever on the driver side vs the passenger?
 

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613274 has been discussed at great lengths here as well...there does indeed seem to be 3 GTAs out there with the 613274 SN

@kengta Is it correct for the GTA at GPC and at the top of this thread to have the trunk lever on the driver side vs the passenger?
Indeed! For this I have included the photos you have seen. Luckily there are people on this forum who have a lot of experience and know cars well (y)
 

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Indeed! For this I have included the photos you have seen. Luckily there are people on this forum who have a lot of experience and know cars well (y)
Indeed! For this I have included the photos you have seen. Luckily there are people on this forum who have a lot of experience and know cars well (y)
Stop. Read the 613274 thread linked above and see on page 3 where Martin explains the red and white GTA. The red and White GTA at Monteray with a different serial number appears to have been using an in era livery of 613274. So by my count there are today 2 GTAs using 613247 one in Europe (red) and one in USA at GPC now and the subject of this thread.

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Thanks to you!
 

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To help clearing of previous doubt about the AR613274. Trunk release lever and mechanism in the production period 1965-1967 (that must have been production period in base of VIN), was exclusively positioned on the right side of the body (passenger seat), and this should be useful indication to decide the true age of the 613274 in question. Here are relevant pages from production catalogue. The trunk release system was identic on all 105 models and versions (see page under voice 3)
catalogue.
page 152-r.JPG
page 152.JPG
 
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