Alfa Romeo, EXPERIENCE HERITAGE

Through this site we are showing the restoration of an Iconic, Alfa Romeo’s, and are giving you the opportunity to realize your dream; owning, driving and experiencing a level 1 restored vintage Alfa Romeo.

Here is your chance to own a real drivers car, powered by the popular 1600cc, twin carburetor, super version, engine, known for its lively handling and impressive acceleration. This Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale by Bertone is a piece of art, that will not only excite the eyes!

Alfa Romeo, 1964 BUILT, GIULIA SPRINT SPECIALE 2nd gen

Restoration is realized with great attention to detail, preserving authenticity where possible.

Alfa Romeo, Certified.

This Giulia SS has been authenticated by Museo Storico Alfa Romeo. As her certificate shows she left the production line March 16, 1964 her exterior color was Bianco and on 11 November 1965 she was received by the dealer in Pescara,  Italy. On 22 November 1965 she got her PE License plates, that she still has as of today. Mr. Antonio Ciancia from Pescara took delivery from his dealer at 24 November 1965, he paid It L 2.500.000 and became the 1st proud owner of this beautiful Bertone car.

For more than 17 years she stayed in the same hands. February 19, 1983 Mr. Alberto Mondelli from Bologna bought the car for It L 500.000 and spend almost 12 months restoring the car. Mondelli sold the car on Januari 16, 1984 to Mr.  Alberto Tartaglione of Cacerta, Italy, for It L 1.900.000. Alberto used his beautiful SS daily for over 32 years.  Current owner was able to buy the car in June 2017, she was in dire need of a complete restoration.

During 2018/2019 this Alfa Romeo, Giulia , Sprint Speciale (SS) was completely revived, she has been meticulously restored to her old glory. She is a real drivers car ready to give her new owner, yet again that unique Alfa experience for years to come.

Find out how you can become yet another proud owner of this classic example of superior Bertone design.

History Giulia Sprint Speciale (SS)

Born as Giulietta Tipo 10120,

Born as Giulietta Tipo 10120,

The first prototype of the Giulietta SS was designed by Bertone and presented in 1957 at the Turin Motor Show. The official presentation of the production version for the press was on 24 June 1959 at the Monza race track. The first 101 cars produced had “low nose” and 750 SS designation. 100 cars minimum were needed to homologate a (race) car in FIA regulations. The drag coefficient of the Sprint Speciale is 0.28, a record at the time and was not surpassed for more than twenty years! The SS was built to race in races like La Carrera Panamericana in which notorious race hero’s like Juan Manuel Fangio competed for the win. Adventurous events that upon today inspires to relive those illustrious times.

The 1st series (Guilietta) was equipped with a smal 1,290 cc 92 hp (69 KW) Alfa Romeo Twin Cam engine but because of the low drag coefficient and light weight potent enough to reach 160 kmh (100 mph) .

Matured to Giulia Tipo 10121.

Matured to Giulia Tipo 10121.

With a bigger engine 1.6 L and name change to Giulia, the Giulietta series was upgraded in March 1963. The new Giulia was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show.

The stronger 112 hp (84 kW) engine, with double Weber 40 DCOE2 carburetors, ensured a top speed of 200 km/h (120 mph). For that time quite an achievement for a car with that limited size engine. The production after a meager 1400 units, ended in 1965. Our SS dates back from 1964 though by its state hard to imagine it left the production line almost 60 years ago. With only 1400 produced an Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale with that super version 1600cc engine giving it that extra spark of driving experience, in this mint condition, is a rear find.

Overhaul Giulia Sprint Speciale (SS)

Overhaul Giulia Sprint Speciale (SS)

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Restored Giulia Sprint Speciale (SS)

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