Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti (1967)
- September 5, 2018
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The 1300 Ti version was launched in 1964 in LHD only and was kept in production until 1971. It was the first Giulia to appear with a pair of front headlights instead of four. Until 1967 the 1300 Ti featured one of the most beautiful dashboards in the history of the motor car -first introduced in the original 1962 Giulia with the column shifter. This lovely rectangular instrument panel incorporates a horizontal speedometer, 3 horizontal meters (Benzina, Olio, Aqua), and a single round revolution counter redlined at 6.000+ rpm.
This example was tuned for performance thanks to a 2.0-l engine that was retrofitted with surgical precision. The original 1300 cc engine is available and will accompany the car along with the original 4 steel rims and a pair of new front & rear right doors -actually the doors are NOS items (New Old Stock) with bare black metal. A birth certificate is also available from Alfa Romeo Museo Storico as proof of the car’s matching numbers identity.
The car was regularly serviced and in 2017 received a complete mechanical overhaul by a renowned Alfa Romeo Greek mechanic. During the same year this rare Giulia also received a thorough detailing so as to ensure that even the smallest feature was correct according to Alfa Romeo’s specifications.
The car is always kept in a modern garage with controlled environment conditions and always covered so as to avoid evil or peculiar eyes…
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a rather unique asset that will not only retain its value but is also expected to prove an excellent investment opportunity with high potential for generous returns.
The vehicle is located in Greece and can be exported anywhere in the world.
Note that the sunny and dry climate of Greece makes an ideal source of rust-free vehicles.
- Historic Plates
- Limited Slip Differential