When most people think of buying a classic Alfa Romeo Giulia, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Coupe and Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Convertible editions are perhaps the most popular. The popular Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce and Giulia Sprint Speciale models are also included in this Alfa Romeo series. The Spider, Sprint and Sprint Speciale Giulia models were introduced together with the Giulia Sedan in 1962 and would be considered updated versions of the earlier Giulietta models with a 1.6L updated engine. While very similar in appearance to the Giulietta, the Spider would feature a bonnet bulge to clear the slightly taller engine. Similarly, the Sprint Coupe would share many of the characteristics of the Giulietta. While most models were discontinued in 1964, the Sprint Speciale would continue until 1966. If youre thinking about buying an Alfa Romeo Giulia, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to share their knowledge of the series with you. Below youll find several important Buyers Tips that the team has learned over their years of experience in the classic car market.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint and Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider models are of particular interest to todays collectors and enthusiasts, as they represent some of the finest offerings that Alfa Romeo was producing during the period. When buying an Alfa Romeo Giulia, however, it is important to spend your time researching potential models, as you should always buy the best condition example you can find within your budget. While the Sprint and Spider models were typically more cared for over the years when compared to their Berlina Sedan counterparts, rust continues to plague these classics. A thorough inspection by an Alfa Romeo specialist can point out any areas of concern, as well as those that have been repaired over the years. If youre looking for a model that you can restore, finding one with a quality body can save you thousands in restoration costs. Similarly, if youre looking for an everyday driver or a weekend toy, be sure to explore the condition of the engine. An Alfa Romeo Giulia that has been properly maintained with routine oil changes and care should see more than 120,000 miles before needing to be rebuilt.
Whether youre searching for a classic Alfa Romeo Giulia for restoration or one that is ready for your weekend getaway along the California coast, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to assist you in your search. They encourage you to browse their online inventory and welcome you to contact them with any questions you may have. They look forward to hearing from you and to helping you find the Alfa Romeo Giulia you desire. Connect today!
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