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The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale was released in 1957 as a luxurious, but exclusive, new body style within the popular Giulietta lineup. Released at the same time as the Sprint Zagato, both models added sleek, aerodynamic bodies to an already impressive lineup of Giulietta models. Highly prized today, the Sprint Speciale is known for its terrific style and curvature, while the Sprint Zagato is praised for its racing pedigree. The 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale (and other model-years) used an Alfa Romeo 1,290cc twin cam four-cylinder engine with a light alloy cylinder block and an alloy cylinder head. The Sprint Speciale and Sprint Zagato variants would also boast twin Weber carburetors to reach 100hp and a top speed of 112mph. In total, only 1,366 examples of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale would be built prior to its retirement in 1962. Today, classic car collectors and Alfa Romeo enthusiasts jump for the opportunity to own a piece of this illustrious history. If youre considering buying a 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale, let the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club help you find the classic you desire.
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When buying a 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale, it is important to verify that you are indeed looking at an original. This can be achieved in several ways, yet matching the engine and chassis numbers to official Alfa Romeo records is perhaps the best. Similarly, youll want to find the best condition and most complete example you can within your price range. Restoration of a Giulietta Sprint Speciale can often outweigh the actual value of the classic in todays market; therefore, it is imperative that you take into account the overall condition of the example and what specifically will need to be done to restore it. On the other hand, if youre looking for a model that is completely restored or in mint-condition, be sure to ask sellers for any documentation they may have to support the cars history. Ownership history, maintenance and repair, and restoration documents are the most helpful in understanding the history of the car. For more Buyers Tips like these, The Beverly Hills Car Club encourages you to contact them directly. They are always willing to talk classics with other enthusiasts, and look forward to your call.
A Los Angeles classic car dealership known for their fair and honest car deals, The Beverly Hills Car Club team encourages you to tour their online inventory to view the classic Alfa Romeo models currently available in their showroom. From 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale models to the best barn finds, restoration projects and mint-condition originals, count on their team to help you find the classic you desire. They look forward to hearing from you soon.
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