Texan red italian: 1956 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint


This Giulietta Sprint 750b (chassis #3088) looks like a stalled project. The work done is nothing like a total restoration but a serious “make up”.


Indeed the paint looks good (don’t ever trust photos to judge a paint job) but the undercarriage looks original and with some traces of rust but, from here, it looks like it is still salvageable. The trims on the front edge are completely wrong (they belong to the 101 series) but the car has still the rare small Carello headlights.


Upholstery too need to be redone as it’s wrong: the Giulietta Sprint series never knew anything like leather or vinyl. Some bits missing here and there. We don’t know if the engine is original, for sure the cam cover doesn’t look the first equipment. We are curious to see how high is the reserve price. Now you can find it for sale here in Kyle, TX, with bidding at $7,000 so far.

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