1973 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA 1300 Stradale

225 000 EUR

1973 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA 1300 Stradale

225 000 EUR
  • Model
    Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA 1300 Stradale
  • Year
    1973
  • Condition
    Restored
  • Body Type
    Coupe
  • Fuel Type
    Petrol
  • Power
    n/a
  • Mileage
    n/a
  • Address
    Province of Brescia, Italy
  • Country
  • Published
    almost 2 years ago
VIN
AR 776142
Color
White
Metallic
No
Engine
AR 00559 05371
Engine Number
N/A
Chassis Number
N/A
Gearbox
Manual
Steering Wheel
LHD
Drive Wheels
RWD
1st Reg. Country
N/A
Doors
2/3
Interior Color
Black
C.L. di CRISTIANO LUZZAGO
C.L. di CRISTIANO LUZZAGOVia Don Bergomi 6, 25030 Castel Mella, Brescia , Italy
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Description

1973 ALFA ROMEO Giulia GTA 1300 Junior Stradale 1 OF 193 BUILT
MARQUE ALFA ROMEO
MODEL Giulia GTA 1300 Junior Stradale
YEAR 1973
CHASSIS N. AR 776142
ENGINE AR 00559 05371
CAPACITY 1290cc
KM SHOWN 51.767
OWNERS 3
CERTIFICATIONS ASI certificato di rilevanza storica
INTERIOR ORIGINAL BLACK VINYL
OUTSIDE Biancospino white
NOTE
The "GTA 1300 Junior" was created to win the 1.300cc Group 2 Touring Championship starting in 1968.
The 1290cc twin-spark DOHC inline 4 is a GTA1600 engine (78mm bore x 82mm stroke) with a short 67.5mm stroke with 96hp / 6000rpm with twin WEBER45DCOE carburettors.

The bodywork is lightened by over 200kg, indicating with the letter "A" in GTA, the conversion from steel to aluminum.
Grills, shield, air intakes, U-shaped door handles, magnesium wheels, side stripes and four-leaf clover logo are exclusive to the "GTA".

The model presented today, chassis number “AR776142”, is a “Stradale” produced on 23 November 1973, painted in “Biancospino (Alfa Romeo Historic Motoring Certificate).

After the first delivery in Italy and subsequent sale in Germany, in 1983 it was imported to Japan where two years later, in September 1985, it was registered with the license plate "68.33".

The Japanese owner was the owner of a well-known historic car trading company.
He bought the car in the “STRADALE” configuration but over the years he collected many original Autodelta parts with which he gave the car a racing attitude.
The following original Autodelta accessories were applied:
• Lightweight door with Plexiglas glass
• Oversized fuel tank with racing cap.
• Oversized magnesium oil sump
• Sliding block rear end
• Racing driver seat
• Roll bar
•Oil cooler
• Racing air intake conveyor
• magnesium Campagnolo wheels

After 35 years in 2018 it was sold and registered in England from where it returned to Italy to be restored bringing it back to the original specifications of the “Stradale” model.

In February 2019 it was exhibited at the Retromobile-Paris RM-SOTHEBY's auction where it was declared sold for 263,000 euros including rights.

In November 2019 it obtained the ASI certificate of historical relevance.

In April 2021 it was registered in Italy.

The odometer reading of 51,767 km is believed to be the original of the car.

One of the most desirable Alfa Romeos ever built, it is ready to participate in many of the best events in Europe.

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