**REGRETFULLY WITHDRAWN**1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Ti

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Silverstone Auctions - The May Sale 2016


20th May 2016


**REGRETFULLY WITHDRAWN**1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Ti


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**REGRETFULLY WITHDRAWN**1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Ti

The Alfa Romeo Giulia (Type 105) sports saloon was manufactured from 1962 to 1978. Alfa Romeo was one of the first manufacturers to put a powerful engine in a light-weight car for mainstream production and the Giulia weighed roughly 1,000 kilograms and was equipped with a light alloy twin-cam four-cylinder engine, similar to that of the earlier Giulietta model. Engine capacities offered were 1300cc or 1600 cc, and various configurations of carburetors and tuning produced power outputs from 80 to 110 bhp. Almost all Giulias made had a 5-speed manual transmission and the cars were noted for their lively performance among saloons of that era, especially considering the modest engine size. The performance was said to be better than many sports cars of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
The styling was quite straightforward, but with a great amount of detail. The engine bay, cabin and boot were all square but the grille, the rooflines and details on the bonnet and boot made for an integrated design from bumper to bumper. Alfa Romeo were amongst the earliest car manufacturers to use a wind tunnel during a model's development resulting in the  Giulia being particularly aerodynamic with one of the lowest drag coefficient designs of the era.
The Tipo was the first model introduced in 1962 with a 1,570 cc twin-cam engine with a single down-draft carburettor. The 'TI' nomenclature referred to a class of Italian saloon car racing known as "Turismo Internazionale" and the Ti was the only version available with steering column gear changebefore this was replaced with floor change in 1964. Right-hand drive cars became available from early 1964 with floor change and disc brakes only. Initially fitted with drums all around, these cars went on to receive discs on the front and later all around. The dashboard with a strip speedo is a notable feature, as is the steering wheel with a horn ring.
This lovely example is believed to be the oldest surviving RHD Giulia, being first registered on the 8th May 1964, and is finished in the gorgeous Blu Hollandaise (Dutch Blue) with a Cloth interior.
Being a very early RHD example, this car has many early features whilst also benefitting from the most desirable features from later cars. Early internal examples include the strip speedo, painted dashboard, horn ring, two-tone two-spoke steering wheel and a bench front seat with a netting newspaper holder on the rear. Externally, the early styling is notable in the four front lights, chrome trimmed front indicators, chrome trim on the bonnet and over rider chrome bumpers.
All of these desirable early aesthetic features from 1962/63 are the perfect blend with the later 1963/64 mechanical aspects that make the car more drivable such as the floor mounted 5-speed gearbox and all-round disc brake configuration.
It is understood that the car was subject to a full sympathetic restoration to maintain its originality in the mid-1990s and has seen little use since, having mostly resided in private collections, however it's clearly been maintained and adored throughout its life with the engine rebuilt less than 2,000 miles ago.
This car is a very rare, early example from the transitionary period between the 1963 and 1964 production models. Presented with a good history file including a copy of ‘Classic Cars Magazine' in which the car features, today's offering poses a fantastic opportunity to purchase a significant piece of Alfa Romeo history at a very attainable price.



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