4 cyl. 1290 cc, 2 db. Solex carburetor with rear-wheel drive. 5 course. 89 hp. Disc brakes on all 4 wheels.
One can rightly say that Alfa Romeo Giulia was the epitome of the four-door sports sedan of the sixties and seventies. The model was not only sporty on the road, but was also used on racetracks throughout Europe. Alfa Romeo Giulia is still an integral part of classic racing today. It also says a little about the aura the name Giulia, that today's Alfa Romeo also bears the name Giulia.
This Giulia comes from Perugia in Italy, where she was first registered in 1971 and spent her entire life until she arrived in Denmark in 2017
You can call this Giulia a true "survivor" because it is still very untouched and has never been restored. After 46 years on the Italian roads, of course, there is patina and signs of wear, but it is still presentable, which you can see from photos. It is an honest car and it drives very well.
In addition to the fact that this Giulia is equipped with new 7 * 15-inch GTA Veloce wheels and lowered, the car is completely original also the engine, which is rare in a 1300 Super.
Our Giulia is in the original, rare color Grigio Indago with matching fabric interior.
The old Italian registration certificate comes with the car.
The car is located in Denmark about 140 km. from the German border. We speak German and English.
A VERY nice, ALL original, VERY rare, perfectly running/driving and early '65 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300Ti ( standing pedals ). With the original engine. Can be driven anywhere. It has Dutch registration......
We have an unrestored 1972 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Super in superb condition available. Franco Di Lulio bought it on the 19th September 1972 in Italy. The bodywork is in great condition with all panels.....