ALFA ROMEO GIULIA SPRINT GT 105 SERIES STEP-NOSE 1600CC BACK WITH US FOR THE THIRD TIME. ð
We helped find and supply this outstanding 1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTV 105 Step Nose for a regular customerâ¦. we then sold it to a new owner in May 2021, but heâs now had a call from Singer to say his Porsche will be delivered sooner than expected, so here we are again for the third time, with this lovely car, and an opportunity for someone to own a beautiful little Giulia.
Our background with the car:
We donât often sell classic Alfaâs, but they are one of my all time favourite cars, and over the years Iâve been lucky enough to own several 105 Series cars myself. They were so ahead of their time, just perfect little jewels of a car.
So when we were asked to help find a Step-Nose in as good a condition as possible back in the summer of 2019, I was excited to help my client. The result as youâll see was one of the most handsome looking cars around. He kept the car until earlier this year, and then asked us to find a new owner for the car. We undertook the sale and prep of the car, and reimported it from Guernsey. The car is now back on the original UK reg, as shown in the photos.
A very well known car in Alfa circles, this car has had a fortune lavished upon it, with the previous owner in pursuit of perfection.
It is one of the best prepared, original right hand drive cars with some of the best names in the Alfa world behind the preparation. Recently serviced and set up at Intaservice in Leicester (July).
The tan trim is in the best of condition, and the carpet new, the car really drives well. It has BP270 higher lift cams, so does need to be driven with a certain amount of gusto, and anyone who knows their NORD engines will understand this.
The car had been the subject of a total bare metal repaint, engine, gearbox and axle overhaul, all suspension and brakes renewed, fuel tanks and lines, full carburettor refurbish, re-wired and all electrical units refurbished, with cost not really a consideration. We happen to know that Â£22,000 was spent at Classic Alfa alone in parts, and a similarly large sum was spent at Alfaholics. Plus all the hours of specialised labour at DTR Sports Cars, all detailed in invoices from them amounting to Â£40,000 +VAT. This really is a very well sorted car.