1968 Giulia Super

CHASSIS NUMBER: AR 866776 OWNER: Benoit DEHON COUNTRY: Belgium DETAILS: Bought Aug 2011, Belgian car. Current colour: a kind of Ruby metallic. Current interior: black skai. Quote from Arese: “According to our documentation files, the chassis number AR 866776 originally corresponds to an Alfa Romeo Giulia Super (105.26), manufactured on the 13th October 1967 and sold on the 17th October 1967 to Alfa Romeo Belgium, Brussels. The body colour is amaranth red (AR 509), with wild boar leather skai interiors.” Current state body: 6/10. Current state interior: 7/10. Current state mechanics: 7/10. Plans: body refection + new paint as from Feb 2012 + get it back to something more original (front bumper, badges and trim, doors/door handles(?), rear tail lights…). Useful discussions taking place on the AlfaBB...

1972 Giulia Super 1.3...

CHASSIS NUMBER: AR 2288395 OWNER: Richard Murtha COUNTRY: UK DETAILS: Bought some years ago as a potential historic race car, but put on the back burner – just checked its provenance with the Automobilismo Storico, and it turns out to be a 1.3, although I was sold it as a 1.6 (which is what it is badged…we shall...

1973 Giulia Super 1.6...

CHASSIS NUMBER: AR 786672 OWNER: Stuart Edwards COUNTRY: UK DETAILS: (105.28) manufactured  15th February 1973. 3rd owner from new. Purchased in 2005. Bare metal restoration this summer, starting to reassemble at the moment....

1966 Giulia Super

CHASSIS NUMBER: AR339345 OWNER: Peter Becronis COUNTRY: USA DETAILS: Original Alfa factory loaner car, sold in 1967 to a retiring Alfa factory mechanic. Sold in 1970 to Alfa factory tech rep. I purchased the car in 1981, and am the 3rd owner. Car was originally Biancospino, but was painted 1977 BMW Anthricite by the 2nd...

1966 Giulia Super

CHASSIS NUMBER: 721304 OWNER: Cameron COUNTRY: Australia DETAILS: 1966 Giula Super – I’m the 4th owner from new. Previously a Canberra car, prior to that lived in both Sydney & Melbourne. A much loved but unmodified car, repaired & restored back to original condition over the years by devoted owners. Unique 60’s chrome “bling” trims on rear guards & original working Ferris car radio. Loves a good “Italian tune-up” run on the back roads of...

1966 Giulia Super

CHASSIS NUMBER: 105.28.720988 OWNER: Scott Murray COUNTRY: Australia DETAILS: According to our documentation files, the chassis number AR 720988 originally corresponds to an Alfa Romeo Giulia Super RHD (105.28), manufactured on the 8th June 1966 and sold on the 14th June 1966 to J. Wright & Sons, Melbourne, Australia. The body colour is hawthorn white, with red skai...

1967 Giulia Super

CHASSIS NUMBER: 722229 OWNER: Barry Edmunds COUNTRY: Australia DETAILS: Purchased as a paint-stripped rolling chassis in early 1990’s the car was stripped completed and given a complete restoration from the ground up. Suspension was powder coated and re-bushed. After panel work and painting (BMW black if I recall) by Sam Mazzeo in Clayton South in 1998 I reassembled the car myself. Roof has a number of headlining bows welded in place to prvide roll-over protecton. Seats were stripped bare, frames powder coated and then re-upholstered plus marine grade carpet throughout. Walnut burl finish on dashboard all my own work as were the door cards (3mm craftwood) and upholstered by Dashboard Doctor who also did the dashboard top. Instruments came from a 1300 Ti. Rear screen with demister sourced from Europe. Series 2 GTV brakes. Koni adjustable shocks. Suspension height set by me. Gearbox from 2 litre GTV recently overhauled with full set of synchros. 2 litre motor built by Hugh Harrison. Previously fitted with 4.3 lsd diff, now fitted with 4.1 lsd. All good for 6.5-7 litres per...

1970 1750 Spider Veloce...

CHASSIS NUMBER: 105.57 1820179 OWNER: Erik Loye COUNTRY: Denmark DETAILS: Originally sold in Turino, Italia, came to Denmark via some years i Bavaria, Germany in 2005 Original colour, white, now Farina Rosso Original interior: Black Sky, now black...

1968 1750 GT Veloce

CHASSIS NUMBER: AR145 0584 OWNER: Ben Musu COUNTRY: Australia DETAILS: Early series 1 1750. Third owner. The car was imported by Hindmarsh Motors in South Australia, but found its way into the hands of a Collin’s street Dentist before its first registration – the plate that it still wears today. The car wears 7‚Ä≥ Campagnolo replicas and sits on full Alfaholics III handling kit. engine is stock 1750, with 105.48 camshafts and a bespoke exhaust system. Its heaps of...