1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint - today's tempter

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Sporty Italian

For some, this is one of the prettiest cars out of the Alfa Romeo stable. 

As we mentioned in a feature on this model: "Unmistakably Italian, the lines are credited to Bertone. They were penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro and you can see some family resemblance to the same marque's 2000 range.

"The 105/115 series shared the same body lines and basic four-cylinder engine layout, though there were myriad variations produced from 1963 through to 1977.

"Coupe, 2+2 and cabriolets were produced in anything from 1300 through to two-litre variants. A five-speed manual transmission was standard fare, while later models could have a limited slip diff added to the specs sheet."

See the full feature here.

This example is a 1965 Sprint 105 GT, with the twin-cam 1570cc straight four engine and five-speed manual transmission. This one started life as a right-hand drive and has received a fair amount of work over time.

It's with the Healey Factory at $105,000.


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