Single-family ownership for the past decade needing a full cosmetic
and mechanical restoration. The exterior is complete with quad
headlights, factory Secursiv glass, and chrome bumpers. The
interior features a wooden steering, Jaeger instrumentation, door
panels, front and rear seats. Silver 14? factory rims with Alfa
Romeo hub caps are mounted to 185 65 R14 Michelin tires. The
undercarriage is in excellent condition with no signs of any
Mechanically this GTV is not running and driving. The 1750cc
inline-four short block engine is disassembled with additional
engine parts and will need to be rebuilt. Complete with a five (5)
speed manual transmission with four-wheel disc brakes. Offered with
a clean California title, this GTV project is an excellent
candidate for a full restoration.
*We have an additional set of Flying Buttress seats available for
an additional cost.
These Alfa Romeos were an evolution of the Giulia Sprint GT and GT
Sprint Veloce that were in production since 1963, but the new
designation was spurred mostly by the larger engine, the chassis
and body modifications. The 1750 GT Veloce (aka 1750 GTV) debuted
alongside the 1750 Berlina sedan and 1750 Spider, representing a
new line of vehicles for the Italian manufacturer. At the core of
each was a 1779-cc inline four-cylinder with an 80-mm bore and an
88.5-mm stroke. The increase in displacement represented an almost
10 percent increase in horsepower to 122, affirming the "V" in
The five-speed gearbox was the same as the Giulia Sprint Veloce,
but the rear differential had a steeper 4.10:1 gear ratio. While
the numbers might not seem impressive, the contemporary reviews
suggested that the improvements offered much more flexible
performance. Cars bound for the U.S. all received SPICA fuel
injection in a peremptory effort to comply with ever more strict
1969 Alfa Romeo GTV
Location:Costa Mesa, California
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