Well, it is a genuine Giulia Sprint GT, but nothing about it is GTA. It even has the early upholstery style. The earliest had the same seats but with cloth inserts in the centers of them. I suspect you can add 100k miles to the odometer. It appears to have the later stainless bumpers rather than the chromed one piece. It does have the correct gray dash, and it appears that the tachometer does not have a red line marked, the true sign of a very early Sprint GT. The grill pieces either side of the center heart might be real, but the outer ones next to the turn signals don't' match the car, probably from a later 1300. Not enough slats.
All the grill pieces should be cast and chromed potmetal slat assys.
The GTA lightweight verson of this car had aluminum sheet metal, funny little door latch handles, etc.
I owned the 6th one built of this model, and I found the drivetrain to be pretty bulletproof. I put 260k miles on it before I sold it, and it was a revving fool. I would think one could easily drive across the country with this car, if nothing is obviously wrong, as it was a very simple machine, esp compared to the 164, and easy to juryrig mishaps or problems.
As Henry pointed out, this is not a GTA... I always find that a seller that doesn't know what he has could very well have good intentions, but may have inadvertently done much of the work incorrectly. The car already has a bunch of issues, so a thorough inspection and cost analysis would be prudent.
Available now on UK auction platform "Collecting Cars" great example that I have owned since 2017 - I have spent circa £25,000.00GBP whilst in my ownership to ensure it drives as it should and everything works correctly. This includes engine out engine bay repaint and detail, new wiring harness...
I have a black 1993 ALFA Romeo Spider Veloce I would like to sell.
It is a 5-speed manual with about 95,000 miles and is in good condition.
It was thoroughly gone through at Moto Europa in Greensboro, North Carolina less than 10,000 miles ago.
Includes a hardtop.
A very special one- competed successfully in the 1969 edition of the Daytona 24 hr. race. Fully documented and in excellent condition please find all the details at classicalfas.com Contact me directly with any comments or questions, thank-you, Fred
Hi everyone, I have decided to part with my 1985 Alfa Romeo GTV6
Here are the details
Rust free, original paint, three owner Bay Area car. Clean Title. 142K miles.
Garaged its entire life and always loved by an Alfa enthusiast. Maintenance records date back to 1992
Everything on the car...