Selling an Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Veloce
Today, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Veloce classic car is considered to be one of the finest examples of engineering and automotive design to come from the Italian automaker Alfa Romeo. However, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Veloce did not start out as a priority for the brand. After falling behind on a widely anticipated 1300 Saloon project, the company decided to launch a Sprint Coupe version to please their clientele who were disappointed by the delay. Launched at the 1954 Turin Motor Show in Italy, a Bertone-designed body was chosen for the twin-cam 1300 engine that had been developed. In standard or base form, the classic Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint would give drivers 65hp, which was quite good for such a small engine. Praised for its attractive and elegant design, as well as for its performance, the Giulia Sprint would see a successful launch. Continuing with that success, Alfa Romeo would release a Veloce edition in 1956. Boasting 80hp with two carburetors, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Veloce would serve those buyers looking for more performance. Later, in 1959, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Veloce would increase power to 90hp. If you’re the owner of an Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Veloce and are thinking about selling your classic, you’ve come to the right place.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Veloce Seller’s Guide
In total, it is estimated that little more than 3,000 examples of the classic Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Veloce were built. You can help potential buyers understand the rarity of your classic Alfa Romeo by sharing with them the engine and chassis numbers, and by comparing them to Alfa Romeo historic records. Many buyers will also request a third party inspection to ensure the originality of your classic, and to ensure they understand the overall condition of the engine, electrics, interior and body. You should always be willing to accommodate serious buyers with this request. If you’re selling an Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Veloce that is an unfinished restoration project, it is also helpful to have a list of parts and components that come with the sale. Similarly, if you have a log of the work that has already been completed, that can increase the value. These are just a few of the Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team has learned over their years of experience in the classic car industry.
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