A CX of 0.28 in 1959
It is in 1959 at the Autodrome of Monza that Alfa Romeo introduced its Giulietta SS 1300 (Sprint Speciale) which incorporated the lines of the prototype presented in October 1957 at the Turin Salon. Designed by Franco Scaglione at Bertone, the Coupé profiled met specifications to expand the customer base of the Giulietta, who wanted to benefit sportsmanship. Its 1300cc engine derived from that of the Veloce produced 100 hp, high power for the time, with two Weber carburetors DCOE2. Its excellent aerodynamic efficiency enabled it to reach the mythical 200 km / h.
The model presented here is a Giulietta Sprint SPECIAL 1300 Type AR 10120 177 268, December 15, 1961 produced and delivered January 8, 1962 in Pavia Italia. It is in complete restoration course at an Italian specialist for a cash stripped bare and will be delivered with its original color Bianco Gardenia and also its original engine. Its interior is also redone in Italy in the colors (blue and gray) and original material (faux)
A detailed restoration file will be supplied with the car as well as expertise in the agreed value.The Giulietta SS 1300 were manufactured in 1366 copies before taking the name of Giulia and receive a 4 cylinder 800 cm3. A rare and very attractive model.