In March of 1963, the bigger engine 1.6L Alfa Romeo Giulia series would replace the widely popular Alfa Romeo Giulietta line at the Geneva Motor Show. The word Giulietta means Little Giulia in Italian; naming the new series the Giulia was a wordplay, claiming that the new car was a more grown-up version of the Giulietta. The 1,570cc engine, which made reaching 120mph possible, featured Weber 40 DCOE2 carburetors that were taken from the Giulia Sprint Veloce and gave the Giulia 112hp. Most Giulia Sprint Speciale models were equipped with disc brakes at the front wheels. If youre looking to buy a 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale, one of the easiest ways to distinguish a Giulia SS from a Giulietta SS is by the dashboard. The Giulia offers a leather underside with the glovebox at a different angle, while the Giulietta is painted in one color without a leather underside. In total, 1,400 Giulia Sprint Speciale models were produced prior to the end of production in 1966.
The 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale is a desirable classic car for a number of reasons. During its era, it would become the road-going Alfa model to have. With added engine capacity and an appealing aerodynamic shape, the Giulia SS gave owners effortless high-speed driving experience. The same applies to the classic Alfa Romeo Giulia SS models in todays market. While many buyers prefer a properly restored Sprint Speciale, buyers will find everything from pristine originals to those in need of a complete restoration. Specializing in European and American classics of all makes, models and conditions, The Beverly Hills Car Club can help you find the Sprint Speciale you desire. Produced from 1963 to 1966, they can help you choose the Giulia SS that best suits your needs. With only 1,400 produced, however, it is important to let their team know of your interest so they can make the necessary efforts to find the classic Giulia Sprint Speciale model for you. In the meantime, one of the biggest Buyers Tips they can provide is to prepare for the purchase by doing your research on the type of Alfa you want. Are you looking to restore a Giulia SS? Do you prefer a showroom quality example? Perhaps a Giulia you can use as a weekend driver? The answers to these questions will not only establish your budget, but will also narrow your selection significantly.
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