Cooked to perfection: 1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce


This ’67 GT Veloce was probably born painted in “Faggio”, but the Texas sun made its job properly and now it looks basically “cooked”.


It’s however an interesting project. It wears a set of BWA mag wheels and, despite few rust spot, it doesn’t seem sentenced to death by the metal cancer. On the contrary, it seems a dry car, even inside.


With the exception of the ugly side mirror and steering wheel, this GT looks not abused: basically every original part is there: a lot of work to restore it but there’s not a need to replace many parts. Floors are dry, and just for this reason we can’t understand from where that hole comes from. Said so, it remanis and interesting project if the reserve price has been set under $10K. Find it for sale here in Dallas, TX, with bidding at $2,000 and reserve price not met.

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