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From 1956, Alfa Romeo Giulietta buyers could choose a Sprint Veloce or Spider Veloce in addition to the standard versions of the three primary body styles: Berlina, Sprint and Spider. Meaning fast, the Veloce models featured engine modifications, including twin Weber carburetors in place of the standard single Solex units, and could rev to more than 8,000rpm. On the outside, there were virtually no visible cues that would give away the extra power. The Veloce models were true sleepers that offered a wealth of fun in the form of an affordable and reliable sports car. Today, the Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce continues to be a fantastic collector car and is popular with both American and European enthusiasts and collectors. The Giulietta models are of particular interest to many collectors, as their engines contained many features that were typically reserved for more expensive cars. The block and head were both cast in aluminum, for example. The pistons traveled in cast-iron wet liners that were replaceable thus indicating that these engines were designed to perform and last.
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The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce had some additional features that made it sportier and prepared it for endurance racing. The gas tank, for example, was enlarged and the front brakes were also updated to provide more efficient stopping power. By using Plexiglas rear and side windows and aluminum alloy doors, hood, and trunk lid, the Veloce was also lighter, which ultimately improved performance. If you’re interested in buying an Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce for your classic car collection, the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to assist you in finding the example that best suits your needs. As with all European and American classics, it is imperative to do your research and know your intentions prior to purchasing any example. The Alfa Romeo Giulietta models are popular for racing, restoration and enjoyment; however, restoration can be quite costly as body parts and electrical components can be hard and expensive to find. Always try to find the most complete Sprint Veloce you can within your budget, as this can save you thousands of dollars in restoration costs.
For more important Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce Buyer’s Tips like these, The Beverly Hills Car Club welcomes you to contact them at your convenience. They love discussing classics with other enthusiasts and look forward to helping you find the classic you desire. In the meantime, they encourage you to browse their online inventory to view the Alfa Romeo classics currently in their showroom. They are just a phone call away and look forward to taking your call. Connect today to get started!
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