1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint 1600 RHD.
Legends are pleased to offer this original and rare UK delivered RHD Giulia Sprint 1600 for sale. Recorded as being built on the 21st of January 1963 and delivered to Rudd Ltd. in the UK on the 18th of February 1963. Once converted to RHD by the authorised UK agent Rudspeed, 258 XVO was registered by its first owner on April 11 1963. The car remains a numbers matching example.
Cosmetically, structurally and mechanically the car stands today in exceptional order. The body and underside will stand any inspection (zero corrosion). Some owner upgrades have been added over the years, including Webber carburation (original air box is included), half roll bar, bucket seats as well as period type quilting to the floors.
Dynamically the car drives as it should, inspiring confidence and encouraging the driver to get a move on. A raspy induction and exhaust note adds to the experience. All running gear operates perfectly without noise or protest.
The file is very complete and contains the original logbook, past MOT slips as well as years of maintenance receipts, most recently from Classic Performance Engineering.
This sale represents an opportunity to acquire a beautiful, rare and well sorted RHD Giulia Sprint in exceptional condition. Viewing at your convenience by appointment.
Listed for 2 months
The price has changed by £4,500 since it was listed on the site
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