HISTORY: This 1963 Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale Coupe . It is equipped with a Manual transmission. The vehicle is White with a Grey interior. It is offered As-Is, not covered by a warranty. 1963 Alfa Romeo 1300 Giulietta Sprint Speciale Chassis No. AR*177423* Engine No. AR 00120*01775* History: The Sprint Speciale was originally based on the Alfa Romeo Giulietta, the post-war Alfa that came in coupe(Sprint), sedan(Berlina), and convertible(Spider) variations. The Veloce was a more performance-oriented option that could be had on the Sprint or Spider. The Berlina Ti was the performace variant of the Berlina sedan. The Giulietta Sprint Speciale was a more upscale version of the normal Sprint and featured a smooth, 2-door gran turismo body by Bertone. Aluminum was used for the bodies of the first SS's, but was changed over to steel after 1959. In the efforts to make the SS as light as possible, the wheelbase was made four inches shorter than the Sprint's. Since it was intended for competition use, the SS only had room for two people and a limited amount of storage for luggage. However, this allowed the cabin to be much more spacious than the four-seat Sprint. Franco Scaglione was the chief designer at Bertone and was responsible for the design of the SS. It is considered to be a 'production' version of the sensational B.A.T. (Berlina Aerodynamica Technica) cars that Scaglione designed for Bertone. The Alfa Romeo Giulia was introduced in 1962, and replaced the Giulietta lineup. Despite this, the SS continued using many parts from the Giulietta and added newer Giulia parts as well. This Car: The Giulietta has been carefully maintained to preserve its authenticity. The SS presents well for an older restoration. In 1990, the car was repainted using correct factory hue, and the seats were re-upholstered in the original-type “mouse fur”; while the remainder of original interior has been preserved. The only non-factory-correct change to the interior is an AM-FM Cassette player added below the original dashboard for the 1996 Automobile Perfect Ten tour. Accompanying the Alfa is a 45-year vehicle biography, including 20 years of service receipts. The car has won numerous firsts in shows such as: Meadowbrook, Ault Park, Italian Happening, and Eyes on Design, where it won Bertone's choice in 1995 and the Designers award in 2010. · Owned since 1963 by an avid ALFA enthusiast! · Previously active in AROC events; winning many Rally, Autocross, and Time Trial trophies! · Only 8K on rebuilt engine, clutch, transmission! · A gorgeous automobile! Only: $59,500.00!! For more information, contact: We buy all classic European or American sport cars! Finder's fees paid!! - - Contact DriverSource Sales Team at 281-497-1000 or for more information. - Priced to Sell Contact Jose Romero 281-497-1000 - Color: White Interior: Grey Body Type: Coupe