1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super



This 1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super is a brilliantly-presented Italian classic car which shows in a gorgeous period-specific colour combination. Power is derived from a naturally-aspirated 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine which sends 72kW (97hp) to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission. The odometer of this car currently displays 62,297 miles.



It’s seldom recognised for the feat, but Alfa Romeo was one of the first car mainstream car manufacturers to introduce a large engine into a small car with the Giulia, in order to create a sports sedan. The lightweight twin-cam four-cylinder engine loves to rev and sings a sonorous note right up to redline, plus its handling characteristics are nimble even by today’s standards. Especially with the modest engine size, Giulias punch above their weight for performance and regularly outpaced more powerful rivals in period. The Giulia Super is a high-spec offering in the line-up which introduces TI racing learnings into a road-going car. As a 1970 model this Giulia Super is tweaked example which receives a suspension update, rear anti-roll bar, wider tyres, dual-circuit brakes, bigger door handles, and a centre handbrake.



Painted in the iconic green-over-tan colour combination, this car selects a light green exterior over a rich tan-upholstered cabin. The exterior is highlighted by chrome bumpers, while the interior features woodgrain trim inserts and black Alfa Romeo floor mats. No obvious aftermarket modifications are listed with this car, which retains its original specification from factory. The car rides on a set of 14-inch Alfa Romeo chrome-capped steel wheels which come wrapped in Pirelli Cinturato tyres.



This vehicle was built new in Milan, Italy in 1970 and was complied in Australia in December 1970. The current owner purchased it one year ago as part of a collection and has never driven it. According to the owner the car has had two previous owners, making this car a three-owner example. There are no mechanical faults and the vehicle is understood to have been restored in the past.



Exterior condition appears in immaculate order, especially for a vintage Alfa Romeo. Bodywork shows in straight order without any dents, marks, or chips. The green paintwork glosses beautifully and displays no overt scratches or imperfections. Chrome detailing of the bumper, door handles and mirrors is polished to a bright shine while the badging displays subtle patina to add to this car’s character. The wheels don’t exhibit kerb rash at all, though do show early signs of tarnishing. Tyres appear to be near-new.



Inside, the cabin appears to have fared very well over the years. The tan upholstery is unmarked of tears or staining, plus no obvious stress marks or scuffing is seen to the leather. The doors and dash appear without damage, though a small hole is seen in the driver’s side door card. A Pioneer sound system is fitted.



To the best of the sellers knowledge, this listing is accurate and not misleading in anyway. As per Trading Garage’s Terms and Conditions, although Trading Garage have completed the following checks, bidders must satisfy themselves to the accuracy of the description and do any research, they feel necessary before bidding. All listings are sold in Australian dollars. This vehicle is currently registered in Victoria under a club permit. There are no security interests registered on the PPSR against the serial number and its not recorded as written off or stolen.



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