1967 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint - today's tempter

By: Unique Cars magazine

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Alfa tourer

This sixties grand tourer is something of a rarity and is described as being Giorgetto Giugiaro’s first major project after joining the Bertone studio.

In a tribute to the designer, we noted: "In 1959, Giugiaro left Fiat to head up the Design Department at Bertone. By 1965 he was head of Design and Prototyping at Carrozzeria Ghia, and in 1968, founded ItalDesign, rounding out an already incredible automotive resume."

According to the seller, just 599 right-hand-drive versions were made during the 1964-67 production run. That was out of a total build of 6999.

The mechanicals include a DOHC 2.6lt inline six with five-speed manual transmission, plus disc brakes on all four corners.

An Australian-delivered car, it’s with Classic Car Market in Queensland, priced at $78,500.

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