Category Archives: Alfa Romeo

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1974 Alfa Romeo 1600 Junior

Brand:

Alfa Romeo

Model:

1600 Junior

Year:

1974

Price:

$79,899 AUD

Mileage:

44,424 kms showing

Chassis#:

2206799

Reg.#:

74271H

1974 Alfa Romeo 1600 Junior

That special and Unique “something” that every Alfa Romeo posseses no doubt derives from the methodical and systematic application to ordinary road cars, of features worked out on the race car track. The GT Junior is a living proof of this.
This GT was delivered in October 1974 by Clemens Sporting Cars of Oakleigh Victoria. A very original matching numbers GT still with its undermatt soundproofing, original rubber floor mats, signs of its original cavity wax and original delivery service books.
Its only upgrade has been the addition of the very rare Flying Buttress seats.
One of the most original Alfa Romeo 105’s on the market today.

 

1972 Alfa Romeo Berlina 2000

1972 Alfa Romeo Berlina 2000 Manual

Brand:

Alfa Romeo

Model:

Berlina 2000 Manual

Year:

1972

Price:

$18,899 AUD

Mileage:

63,543 kms showing

Chassis#:

6140362

Reg.#:

Unregistered

1972 Alfa Romeo Berlina 2000 Manual 

A well maintained car, mechanically very good. Both seats and door cards have been re-trimmed by previous owner Gearbox, diff and motor are in very good condition. There appears to be no rust in all the usual places. The car has benefited from an earlier respray in its original colour.

Do not miss out on an opportunity to purchase a very collectable car

 

1971 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 105

Brand:

Alfa Romeo

Model:

GTV 2000 105

Year:

1971

Price:

$59,899 AUD

Mileage:

91,165 kms showing

Chassis#:

AR2412214

Reg.#:

Unregistered

1971 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 105

Your not a true car enthusiast until you have owned an Alfa Romeo.
Alfa got it spot on with the GTV 2000 matching its jewel like twin cam four cylinder to a beautiful coupe body designed for Bertone by Giorgetto Giugiaro.
these cars started with a smaller capacity engine and a GT designation, the final 2.0lt being introduced in 1971. The V stood for Veloce
This car is presented in a rare Pino Verde colour with contrasting biscuit interior
The overall feeling on the interior is great. the driving position ideal, relaxed but upright enough for easy access to all the important things. the steering wheel in thin rimmed, deeply dished wood and metal. the gas pedal looks as though it was carved from driftwood by Henry Moore.
The 5 speed gearbox is a delight to use and these cars were meant to be driven vigorously. the car is nimble and a very capable handler.
the steering is precise and direct, the cars small dimensions and light weight, along with potent engine add up to a really fun package.
Its what it does on the road that matters and Alfa does it bloody well. The real appeal of the Italian coupes lies in their combination of classic good looks and genuine driving pleasure. Admire one from the curbside, take it out on the road, listen to the engine note and enjoy the slick gear change. you should buy one because its affordable and can be maintained on a relatively low budget.
Its hard to imagine a more well rounded charming car than an a Alfa Romeo GTV.