1959 Alfa Giulietta Sprint High Performance 2.0L On Webers, One Owner for Over 30 Years, 5 Speed, Boranni Wire Wheels This 1959 Alfa Giulietta Sprint is a tastefully upgraded and fully restored car that lived most of its life with one owner in Northern California. According to Centro Documentzione Alfa Romeo this Sprint was manufactured on March 21st 1959 and was sold on April 17th 1959 to Hoffman Motor Car Co, New York. From our research, this 750B series chassis is an interim car that has 101 taillights but retains the early style grille and eyebrow chrome grille trim. In the late 1990s the car was restored in Oregon. The car was fitted with a 2.0L motor running 10:1 pistons, European cams, Webers, a custom fabricated exhaust and Marelli-Plex igniton. The car was also fitted with Boranni wire wheels and drilled brake drums. The interior, which is thought to be largely original, has been fitted with new carpets and later Giulia Super gauges. A beautiful and rare Les Leston Wood steering wheel is stunning to look at and works well with the delicate and light steering of the car. The floors and rockers are believed to be all original and are rust free. This sprint has completed two New England 1000 tours and has recently undergone a recommissioning, which included a rebuild of the engine, transmission and brakes. This one of the most outstanding and well sorted Alfas we have driven. Unlike some worked street motors, this 2.0L exhibits a very docile personality, firing up easily and settling into a nice, even idle. The car delivers the perfect amount of power, which is routed through a positive and precise feeling clutch and crunch-free 5 speed gearbox. Roadholding and handling are excellent.
Location: Bedford Hills, New York, United States
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Originally listed on February 21, 2016. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.