Chequered flag international is pleased to offer this 1967 Alfa Romeo giulia sprint gt veloce in musk green with tan interior. 43700 miles. Very straight rust free body with very nice paint overall. Good interior. Front seats redone years ago in leather. Mechanically good and nice to drive good power no smoke. Synchros are good brakes are fine. Engine # is ar 00536 *08181. Inspections encouraged. All sales as-is. Sales tax and lic fees due if delivered in california. Below is (in part) what was written by the previous seller: this model is sometimes referred to as the step nose because of its distinctive lip at the front of the hood. This model could be called the first iteration of the gtv name though later models are usually the ones associated with this connotation. These cars are known for their agility from (in this case) a 1.6l double overhead cam four cylinder engine mated to a synchromesh five speed transmission. They are also known for their wonderful handling and beautiful simple bertone lines. Compared to the later gtv models the giulia sprint gt veloces are somewhat rare. A total of 81728 gtvs were produced (between the 1750 and 2000 models) but only 14240 giulia sprint gt veloces were made over their three year production run. Compared to the giulia sprint gt the veloce was still produced in fewer numbers with production numbers of the regular giulia sprint gt coming out to about 31955 units total. In recent years these bertone bodied alfas have started to climb in value. This particular model the giulia sprint gt veloce has started to become more desirable in that it has the slightly older style lines compared to the gtv but still feels a bit peppier compared to a regular similar looking giulia sprint gt or a junior. In the september 2014 issue of sport car market stephen serio wrote an article titled serio's gang of five $50k buy-nows. While he claims the cars are listed in no particular order they are as follows: 1972-1974 bmw 2002 tii 1965-1967 porsche 912 1963-1965 buick riviera 1961-1973 volvo 1800/1800 es and finally: the 1965-1968 Alfa Romeo giulia sprint gt/gt veloce. His short blurb about the car is re-printed here:1965-1968 Alfa Romeo giulia sprint gt/gt veloce with a heavy preference given to the step-nose cars. Worldwide production of approximately 14240 units would prove this to be a very successful coupe for Alfa Romeo. Lots of focus has been paid recently to the rise in value of the same-era alfa spider but i actually prefer the closed car. Non-red exterior and black dash examples are my favorite but they are somewhat difficult to find fully restored. You'll have to live with a fake wood-grain dash. With 110-ish horsepower the car measures well against the 2002tii but sex appeal goes to the alfa. You have to love any car that is as comfortable on the highway as it is on the twisty bits. Slight gta improvements are always a plus whether they are just wheels or brake and suspension upgrades. Throw your wallet at this one and buy the best of the best. Thank me with a bottle of vermentino. In addition to this article in february of this year bonhams sold a very similar 1966 giulia sprint gt veloce in dark green with tan interior for 46000 euros or about $58700. ( ) yet again just this past august in pebble beach gooding& company auctioned off a 1968 giulia sprint gt veloce in black with red interior with finals bids reaching $93000. In the november 2014 issue of sports car market stephen serio was marveled at this sale and remarked to my taste the rather blank black exterior and 'trashy lingerie stripper dial-it-back red' interior really failed but then again what do i know? I just wrote about how you should get one of these cars if you can find one under $50k! ... the buyer just set the new bar for these coupes... ( #tab1) up until recently this car spent most of its life in california where it was well cared for by alfa enthusiasts. Upon purchase it was treated to some clutch work (reverse block out gate repaired) as well as some electrical work (turn signals now fully functional). Since then it has been maintained and exercised regularly to preserve its highly original condition. This alfa is mostly original with only the paint having been re-done the front seats re-covered and an msd ignition installed. The remainder of the car is highly original and shows as a very well cared for vintage alfa. The paint shows very nicely with only a few minor chips or scratches many of which could be polished out. It is believed that the car received a re-paint while under the ownership of noted alfa collector raymond milo. The rest of the body is quite straight and very rust free. In fact one of the previous owners spent a long time searching for a straight rust free giulia sprint gt example and he settled on this car. In addition to the nice body the chrome also shows well with only minor imperfections. Similarly the glass is in nice shape as well. Some of the weather-stripping is old and dry around the corner windows but it is not dry enough to break off when used. The wheels on the car are period correct bwa wheels with the original center caps and correct extra long lug nuts. All of the studs were replaced with right-hand threaded studs when these wheels were installed (the driver's side originally had left-hand threaded studs similar to older chryslers). Inside the interior shows quite well with only the front seats not being completely original with a re-covering. The rest of the interior is nice though does show a bit of age after several decades. The black dash is in nice shape with no imperfections what-so-ever. The faux-wood dash is also in very nice original condition with only a few cracks that should be expected after so many years. Seat belts were installed by a previous owner but were not done properly. The seat belts are now properly installed though they do not retract on their own. The steering wheel is a beautiful original alfa wheel with no cracks or breaks and compliments the interior of the car far nicer than any nardi or other style wheel could. All gauges function and the dash lights up fine. The horn also has a nice clean note. All of the lights work well (low beams high beams brake lights turn signals running lights etc). The trunk is clean with a full sized spare (not a bwa wheel but an original alfa wheel) and the original rubber mat with the embossed alfa logo. The engine and running gear are in wonderful shape with the car being an absolute pleasure to drive. The car has been used to go on several short out-of-town trips at highway speeds and distances of around 120 miles. The twin weber carburetors help create a wonderful sounding exhaust note that will give you goosebumps and fewer headaches than spica fuel injection of later cars. According to the previous owner the man he bought it from had carried out a complete engine rebuild. It is also believed that he carried out a rebuild of the transmission as well. The brakes function flawlessly with no feelings of weakness and the suspension is surprisingly comfort visit chequered flag international online at to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at today to schedule your test drive.