Lot 296 - 1959 Alfa Romeo 750B Giulietta Sprint

Lot 296 - 1959 Alfa Romeo 750B Giulietta Sprint

Lot 296 - 1959 Alfa Romeo 750B Giulietta Sprint

Lot Number 296
Registration 783 XVA
Chassis Number 09776
Engine Number 0016*01872
Odometer reading 61,843 km
Estimate £45,000 - £48,000
  • Uprated to Veloce specification
  • Absolutely superb mechanically
  • Photographic history of works carried out including inventory

This fantastic Alfa Romeo was first registered in Sicily on 16th July 1959 and  remained with the original owner until 2011 when it  had been off road and stored unused for some 20 years. The next owner from 2011 to 2015 set about transforming this Sprint into the amazing car we have here today, a tribute to a period privateer’s road/race Alfa Romeo.

Over 50,000 was spent, on parts alone, including a genuine numbered Veloce block, new old stock Conrero engine parts, original TZ tachometer, original SZ inlet manifold and much more; the mechanical build was completed by an old school master mechanic and this Alfa Romeo delivers a driving experience like no other. There are over 100 photos of the mechanical build which can be seen on file.

The car is presented in its original Rosso Red colour, with all the panel fitments in good condition.  When the suspension was removed for the restoration, all the  wheel arches were stripped to bare metal  and given a thin satin black paint finish (again photo documented). There are pictures of the car prior to the works being done to show the well preserved condition of the vehicle. The glass and what little external trim is fitted, are very good and its original SV badging is fitted throughout.

This car has a completely rebuilt engine around a genuine numbered Sprint Veloce 1300cc block using new old stock Conrero cams. The  valves were  are bespoke from Conrero original drawings, new seats, Arrow pistons, all new bearings, seals, water pump, distributor and ignition system plus OE GTA type oil cap/breather and original TZ inlet manifold. Around 1,500 kms have been completed since its rebuild.  It is fitted with rebuilt Weber 40DCOE2 carburettors, Sprint filter box, rebuilt upgraded five speed gearbox, alloy clutch and the fuel tank was removed, cleaned and refinished.  All new suspension bushes and ball joints, all suspension components removed and repainted, adjustable dampers fitted and a new SS exhaust system has also  been fitted. Also to note, this fabulous and desirable Italian beauty sits on Borrani wheels. A full inventory of the works that have been carried out on the car can be seen in the history file. A custom bolt-in cage has been fitted (side sections removed for photography but come with the car) and there is a quilted floor covering and parcel shelf trim which have all been handmade together with  new door cards and head lining. Don’t confuse this car with the average track prepared Sprint. This Alfa has great charm and even greater performance and is suitable for a number of events; it was a competitor in the 2017 Monte Pellegrino Historic and appeared at the Classic Alfa Romeo Goodwood track day in 2018.

This characterful thoroughbred sports car is for someone who wants something different and who appreciates the best quality workmanship.

Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the description and condition of each Lot prior to the sale. Accordingly, buyers are on notice that each vehicle is offered ‘as is/as seen’ subject to the Terms and Conditions for the auction. All registration numbers, engine and chassis details are sourced from registration documents provided to Historics by the client or representative or HPI checks and buyers are to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of these details. Buyers are advised to inspect the vehicle in person or use a professional to carry out this service. Historics will not entertain disputes over descriptions.

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