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Just In - 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint 1600

This little Alfa has caused quite a stir since arriving here – all in a good way. Numerous people recognized the car and have reached out to help provide input and history on the car. The car has been actively, and successfully, campaigned for over two decades as a vintage racer; almost exclusively under the care of a single support team.

With extensive records dating back to the early 1990s, primary support and service has been handled by Vintage Racing Motors (VRM) of Redmond, WA. VRM has overseen all maintenance, trackside, support, and the engine rebuilds. The records include service work, track set-up details for different courses, and show the full history of the most recent three owners.

The current engine rebuild is fresh. It has only dyno and tuning time after being installed in the car – it has not yet seen a race weekend. Sporting a Veloce spec (twin Weber 45 sidedraft carburetors), the dyno sheets show a healthy 132 HP at the wheels. Power is sent through a very low hour Alfa Romeo GTA close ratio 5-speed transmission (with lightened gears) to a welded rear diff.

This Alfa offers a fantastic entry into vintage racing, with a proven platform. 2018 should be your year to go racing in an Alfa!

You can see pictures and full details here 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint 1600

Please call me today to get your vintage racing season started.

Warm Regards,
Jason Harris
+1 206-355-7727

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