1970 Alfa Romeo Guilietta Spider
LUXE Automotive Sales
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One of the nicest in existence, sympathetic restoration, high quality repaint, very original, mechanically excellent, ready to be enjoyed.
THE VEHICLE OFFERED
Modern Classics only imports the nicest examples from Europe. All of the hard work of sourcing, importing and reconditioning has been taken care of and this excellent Giulia Super is available for purchase. For those looking to join the Alfa Romeo hype, this Alfa Romeo Giulia Super Biscione is the equivalent to todays Giulia Quadrifoglio. Featuring added exterior styling cues, interior gauge instruments, and most importantly a high compression 1600cc dual over head cam engine. By no means is it as fast as the new Quadrifoglio but in its time it was at the top of its food chain. And still today, it surely isn’t slow. This engine loves to be revved and run through the five speed gear box. It provides plenty of stopping power thanks to a new brake booster, disc brakes and new tires. This car has lived in Italy it’s entire life and was sparingly driven since 1989. It has seen a very high quality repaint that shines like new paint. All of the glass and bright work is in good shape for its age and nods to its originality. The interior is largely original and it is a great place to spend some time. There are no blemishes on the wood trim or cracks on the dash. Nothing deters they eye in a negative way. The undercarriage is extremely clean and this car has certainly never been in any accidents. Importing a car from Europe isn’t easy. Even harder is finding a Giulia Super Biscione in this nice of condition. We have enjoyed it and now is the time for the next person to appreciate this super Giulia.
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