• Presented in stunning Grigio Medio Metallizzato 728 over a Beige cloth interior
  • Fresh from a fastidiously documented restoration in Italy
  • Accompanied by its original registration documents, complete tool roll and jack
  • Unbroken provenance from new, believed 3 Milansese owners from new
  • Benefiting from the ever-so desirable GTA-style wheels & slightly lowered suspension - giving the Giulia superb stance

 

TIPO 105.26

1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1.6

Biscione

 

Chassis no. AR1865041

Engine no. 89608

 

The Giulia Super 1.6:
“The family car with the sportscar temperament!” – is probably the best way to sum up the 105 series Giulia saloon. The 105 series Giulia needs little introduction with a plethora of variants introduced from 1964 all the way to 1973.
From 1969 Alfa launched the Super 1.6, the last and ultimate iteration of the "classic" 105-series saloon. Details to differentiate the exterior of the “halo” Giulia from the rest are aplenty; starting with quad-headlights, a chrome bonnet strip, chrome strip on the A-pillars and along the side-windows, a new grille design and many more. On the interior the Super 1.6’s gotten a lavishly equipped dashboard with big, round dials from Jaeger as well as two gauges for oil pressure and water temperature on the center console.
For those who didn’t find a “regular” Super 1.6 sufficasive, there was an optional “Biscione” trim pack available. The Biscione's can be mainly differentiated by a steering wheel with black center, bootlid with a casted shape for the Alfa logo into the boot as well as a serpent on the C-pillar.
The Biscione’s are considered to being the ultimate trim level for a classic Giulia Super. The car on offer here, is one.
This Giulia Super 1.6:
Chassis no. AR1865041 was delivered to its first owner, Lorenza Perotti, in Milan on the 10th of June 1970 and suited with its first and only registration number MIL00273. Finished in Grigio Medio Metallizzato 728 over a Beige cloith interior, the specification it is presented in today. Lorenza kept hold of the Giulia for about 3 years, before Mario Cairo took over custodianship on the 3rd of April 1973. He subsequently kept hold of the car for 38 years before Claudio Giudice bought it from him (the car stayed in the viscinity of Milan throughout its entire life!). We bought the car straight from Claudio via an intermediary in November 2021.
After acquiring it in 2011 C. Giudice embarked on a full engine-out restoration for the following years - as documented in the history file by images of the restoration works. The body was evidently in sound condition pre-restoration, underlining the originality of the car until this day. The engine and gearbox are also believed to have been fully overhauled as well as a full retrim of the interior with the correct upholstery. During the work the Giulia has been fitted with 4 GTA-style wheels and new tires in conjunction with a slightly lowered suspension. It drives superbly, offering plenty of performance as a thanks to its double Dellorto carbs and the 1570 cc engine. The gearbox shifts as good as new with synchro's clearly being in very good condition.
Very few Giulia's benefit from a comprehensive restoration like this one has had. Most Giulia's have been simply repainted, retrimmed and serviced if you're lucky - this motorcar is not to be confused with any of those. It is accompanied by a well-documented history file containing libretto, foglio complementare as well as printed pictures of the restoration. All accessories are present including the jack, tool roll and correct spare wheel.
Bite-Size:
A standout Giulia in desirable specification. We have no doubt it is one of the finer examples on the market that will satisfy any costodian that was waiting for that right car to become available.
Price: €32.950,-
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