Launched in 1963, the first of Alfa Romeo's 105's coupe's featured classically stylish coachwork designed by Bertone's Giorgetto Giugiaro and was produced at Alfa's new factory at Arese on the outskirts of Milan. Beneath the skin the new two-door 4 seater Coupe was Alfa's beautiful light alloy twin overhead camshaft four-cylinder engine in various sizes, a five speed manual Gearbox, independent front suspension, coil-sprung 'live' rear axle and disc brakes on all four wheels.
The 1750 GT Veloce entered production in late 1967 and introduced many updates and modifications, most significantly the engine capacity was increased to 1779 cc increasing the power to 120 bhp.
According to Alfa Romeo Heritage museum's Certificato Di Origine, this Alfa Romeo 1750 GT Veloce - Chassis No: AR the details below was manufactured in Alfa Romeo's factory in Arese, Milan, Italy on 17th May 1968 and was an original RHD car that was shipped to Manama, Bahrain on the Persian Gulf on 24th May 1968.
Nothing is known of its early history, but it was repatriated from Bahrain back to the UK some 20 or so years ago and placed in dry storage. It resurfaced in 2017 when it was acquired by the current Italian owners and whilst in very sound condition, it was refinished in its original colour scheme of Bianco Spino with a new retrimmed Skai Nero Black leather interior with S2 Seats, new Black carpets, new headlining, original interior fittings and wood-rimmed Steering Wheel, 1779cc Twin Cam Engine, Five Speed Gearbox, S2 Stainless
Steel Bumpers, Disc Brakes on all 4 wheels and 14" Steel Wheels with original stainless steel hub caps and 4 new tyres.
It does have some later Series 2 fittings like the bumpers, seats and new twin brake servo units replacing the original single servo unit, as some GTV purists will note, but these are easily changed back if need be.
After completion of the re-commissioning, the car was given to us by the owners to prepare it for re-registration and sale on their behalf and we MOT'd the car and re-registered it with the DVLA on 1st October 2018 and it was issued with the new period number plate FNE 741F from 1968.
The car is clear on HPi, but with no history we are unable to confirm if the mileage indicated on the speedometer of 97,340 is genuine, but we are pretty sure it is. It is in very nice condition overall and although not perfect, it certainly is mechanically excellent and drives beautifully with all the fun and characteristics of these lovely twin-cam engines.
The car will come with a new MOT and our own 6 Month Mechanical Warranty and at this price, it really is exceptionally good value for money and it will of course only appreciate in value!
rhd,webasto sunroof,fitted with 2000 engine ,new tires,brakes pomp,exaust,clutch,conserved original interior,run very well,no rust.price in euro 31000 located in milano italy v5 and uk plates included.
we have 50 pictures and mp4 ask for details.
At the motor show in Geneva in 1966, Alfa Romeo introduced its first Spider, the Spider 1600. Before long, the name of the car had been baptised “Duetto”. A year later Alfa Romeo presented the first update – more horsepower – in Brussels: the Spider 1750 Veloce. The car we now have for sale .....
NEW ARRIVAL (GB)
We expect this car soon, as new addition to our offer. It is the moment when the technical review and will be state of the vehicle and the data checked.
Once the check is performed, and all data and pictures, we will provide you the pictures and information on our website available.
This rare AR 1750 TORPEDO designed by Farina, has been imported from Brasile in the early '90s.
In 2008 a long challenging restoration started and took end in 2012.
Italian registration, ASI gold omologated.
TERMS AND CONDITIONs OF SALE
We do not have the possibility to .....
Alfa Romeo introduced the new 1750 range in 1967. These cars had the improved 1779 cc engine, producing 120 bhp. The 1750 GT Veloce (also known as 1750 GTV) replaced the Giulia Sprint GT Veloce, and introduced many updates and modifications. The car had only slightly improved performance compared to .....
Alfa Romeo 1750 veloce II series 1971 in restoration
Repainting in verde oliva metallizzato 213 (Lechler)
New interior tabac Texalfa
Engine & Transmission overhaul
Suspension overhaul, new tires
Chassis number AR13689 ..
Engine number AR 00548 * 084 .. *
French carte grise
Due to a time waster from Malta, the car is now back for sale.
First series, 1969 production, floor
pedals. Complete in all parts and details, running engine, original color white "bianco biancospino".
The engine runs without problems, the body has some rust, some poor repairs, but it is complete.
Original AUTODELTA 1750 build up in period as a competition car for a Swiss customer. Just about 38 examples made. Original and mostly untouched body. Mechanics rebuild by Alfa Romeo specialist Furiani. FIA-HTP paper and road registration.
Price upon request.